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2020.01.13 Mon, by

Travelling from the corners of East Java to a 19th century church in Islington, Edouard Malingue Gallery (Hong Kong, Shanghai) is thrilled to present ‘Madakaripura’ the first solo presentation in London of the Indonesian collective Tromarama (est. 2006, Bandung). Marking the last exhibition in the gallery’s temporary project space, Tromarama transport us to a historical waterfall, which is believed to be the last place where Gajah Mada (c. 1290 - c. 1364) - a central figure in Indonesian culture who used to be a Mahapatih or Prime Minister in the Majapahit empire - meditated before he reached Moksa, a term for various forms of emancipation and enlightenment >> Read more
2019.05.08 Wed, by

The Challenging Souls: Yves Klein, Lee Ufan, Ding Yi
Power Station of Art

In April 2019, the Power Station of Art presents ‘The Challenging Souls’, >> Read more
2018.11.12 Mon, by

Martin Boyce: “The Light Pours Out”
Esther Schipper

Esther Schipper is pleased to announce The Light Pours Out, Martin Boyce's first solo exhibition with the gallery. >> Read more
2018.06.25 Mon, by

Christy Lee Rogers
Borderline
ART LABOR

ART LABOR is thrilled to present new photographic works, >> Read more
2018.06.01 Fri, by

Art for Radio? Radio for Art? – an artist-led symposium

Can radio be art, rather than just be about art? >> Read more
2018.02.27 Tue, by

Jean-Michel Othoniel
Dark Matters
Prominent

Prominent on the French and international art scene, Jean-Michel Othoniel works with materials that have poetic and sensitive properties. >> Read more
2018.02.04 Sun, by

Joshua Nathanson: High Flo
Yuz Museum

Yuz Museum is pleased to announce Joshua Nathanson’s first solo exhibition in China, “High Flow,” >> Read more
2017.08.23 Wed, by

H Queens to mark completion in November 2017

CL3, one of Asia’s leading architecture and design firms, is delighted to announce the completion date for H Queens in Central, Hong Kong. >> Read more
2017.08.22 Tue, by

HERNAN BAS
“Cambridge Living”
Victoria Miro, London

Victoria Miro is delighted to announce an exhibition of new paintings by US Detroit-based artist Hernan Bas inspired by the lore and romanticism of life at Cambridge. Following a period of research while in residence at Jesus College Cambridge in 2016, Bas has developed new subject matter including the famed “Night Climbers of Cambridge,” a […] >> Read more
2017.07.19 Wed, by

Chen Chun-Hao: Reflections of Shangri-La in the Mosquito Nail Landscape

for Chen Chun-Hao, his innovation in media, form, and texture through substitution and amalgamation is informed by “unlikeness in likeness; likeness in unlikeness,” so that the visually unexpected sculptural qualities and the optical illusion they render, together achieve a reasoned liberation in his work. >> Read more

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