One of the largest and most ambitious art installations ever to grace Hong Kong. But residents won't be required to enter a museum to see it. They just have to look up.
Thirty one sculptures of naked, anatomically-correct men appear across a kilometer stretch in the heart of the city.
Each were placed within eyesight of one another, with four cast-iron sculptures found at street level and twenty-seven, made of fiberglass and suspended on rooftops.
Collectively, the figures make up "Event Horizon," a work by British sculptor Sir Antony Gormley.