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2019.01.09 Wed, by

Booked: Tai Kwun Contemporary’s Hong Kong Art Book Fair

The inaugural “Booked: Tai Kwun Contemporary’s Hong Kong Art Book Fair” will take place on 11-13 January 2019. The art book fair will be hosted within Tai Kwun’s museum-standard galleries, designed by Herzog & de Meuron, situated within the restored Central Police Station compound in the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district. As a landmark revitalisation project, Tai Kwun – Centre for Heritage and Arts, has welcomed over one million visitors since opening in May 2018. >> Read more
2014.10.22 Wed, by

Founders of ART HK launch Art Central – Hong Kong’s new contemporary art fair

Art Central, Hong Kong’s new contemporary art fair, is set to coincide with Art Basel’s Hong Kong edition in 2015. Art Central will present over 90 leading international galleries, showing works by some of the most established contemporary artists from across the globe. >> Read more
2019.11.08 Fri, by

Art Taipei 2019 Review

Before I catch my connecting flight back to Rome, I briefly note down my impression of Art Taipei. “It’s both very young, with the  insecurities and optimism of an adolescent, and very old, with the relaxed attitude of someone who has seen a lot and is a pinch senile”. >> Read more
2019.09.03 Tue, by

China art market at greatest risk since 2008
(but also a great opportunity)

by Chris Moore The China art market faces its most difficult period since 2008. With the developing US-China trade war, increasing skepticism towards corporate China’s debt (particularly banks), growing uncertainty from political unrest in Hong Kong, and a weakening global economy, not least in Germany, the economic “motor of Europe”, and the continuing UK Brexit […] >> Read more
访谈, 2019.03.25 Mon, by

From Basel to Hong Kong. An interview with Dominique Lévy

Just prior to Chinese New Year Chris Moore spoke Dominique Lévy by telephone to discuss Hong Kong and China, beginning by discussing why Lévy Gorvy first opened an office in Shanghai before opening the gallery in Hong Kong. >> Read more
访谈, 2019.02.21 Thu, by

Axel Vervoordt Gallery Hong Kong Announces Move to New Gallery Space in Wong Chuk Hang

Axel Vervoordt Gallery is relocating to an expanded two-level space in Wong Chuk Hang, the dynamic artistic hub on the south part of Hong Kong Island. >> Read more
访谈, 2019.01.24 Thu, by

Qu Leilei, ECHOES
3812 Gallery
London, Hong Kong

As we enter into 2019, we face an important year for 3812 Gallery and for Asian art enterprises. >> Read more
访谈, 2019.01.08 Tue, by

Shen Ling, Intensity of Concreteness, Tang Contemporary Art Hong Kong

Tang Contemporary Art Hong Kong is proud to announce the opening of Shen Ling’s solo exhibition “Intensity of Concreteness”. The exhibition will present series of oil paintings and works on paper by celebrated Chinese female artist Shen Ling and highlight artist's pictorial universe that is based on her sensitive, poetical, empathic interpretation of human complexity. >> Read more
访谈, 2018.12.13 Thu, by

Channing Hansen
Pattern Recognition
Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong

Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong, is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in Asia by Los Angeles-based artist Channing Hansen. In Pattern Recognition Hansen presents a new series of his signature hand-knitted textile-based works, which bring together craft and computation to explore theories related to the intersection of art, science and technology. >> Read more
访谈, 2018.11.16 Fri, by

HKAGA’s 2018 ART SYMPOSIUM “LOOKING UP” EXAMINES HONG KONG’S ROLE IN THE INTERNATIONAL ART WORLD

The 2018 Art Symposium presented by the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association (HKAGA) and Asia Society Hong Kong Center will be held on Friday 16th to Saturday 17th November. The theme of the Symposium is “Looking Up: Remapping Hong Kong’s Art Scene in the Era of New Connectivity and Ruptures”. The Art Symposium has become one of the major events in the Hong Kong and international art calendars. >> Read more

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