K11 unveils exclusive partnership in Asia Pacific with The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) to showcase limited-production MOCA Masks at K11 MUSEA, with designs by globally celebrated artists Virgil Abloh, Mark Grotjahn, Alex Israel, Barbara Kruger, Yoko Ono, Catherine Opie, Pipilotti Rist, Hank Willis Thomas, and Andy Warhol Available for pre-order, Friday 7 August via K11 eshop https://shop.k11.com/en/eshop/moca #K11 MUSEA #MOCAmasks #CSV #SiliconValleyOfCulture @adriancheng SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 7 August 2020 – K11 is proud to announce its exclusive partnership with The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) to present limited-production MOCA Masks in Asia Pacific. The MOCA Masks (#MOCAmasks) feature nine designs by globally celebrated artists, and are available for pre-order from 7 August 2020 through the K11 e-shop: https://shop.k11.com/en/eshop/moca. Each mask retails at HKD 320 and is available for express delivery to consumers in Asia Pacific. Driven by the vision of “Creating Shared Value” by Adrian Cheng, Group and CEO of New World Development (NWD), the K11 Group continues to bring positive change to society through this exclusive first partnership with MOCA, bringing fashionable options to an everyday necessity, while supporting artists’ creativity. These collectable items include an exclusive creation for K11 by artist Alex Israel which… Read full this story
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