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2019.04.11 Thu, by

Ryan Gander: Some Other Life
Esther Schipper

On the occasion of Gallery Weekend 2019, Esther Schipper is pleased to present Ryan Gander’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. >> Read more
2017.02.16 Thu, by

What, and How to Forget?
Review of the 2016 Taipei Biennial “Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future”

As the by-product of international expositions, the biennial/triennial/multi-ennial model not only shapes the development of modern and contemporary art history, it is also intimately tied to the course of modernity... >> Read more
2016.05.19 Thu, by

Rockbund Art Museum presents its latest group exhibition: “Tell Me a Story: Locality and Narrative”

Rockbund Art Museum is proud to present its latest group exhibition, “Tell Me a Story: Locality and Narrative.” >> Read more
2016.04.28 Thu, by

ANTONY MICALLEF’s first solo exhibition in Asia: “Raw Intent”
Pearl Lam Galleries Pedder Building

Hong Kong—Pearl Lam Galleries is delighted to present the first solo exhibition >> Read more
2014.05.23 Fri, by

Baby Basel and HK Island Dreams

While the minimum and average quality of art displayed was noticeably higher than last year (better galleries, minimal kitsch) the art displayed was generally conservative—innovation was seldom seen... >> Read more
2013.09.10 Tue, by


Sundaram Tagore Hong Kong launches the fall season with a joint exhibition by Israeli-American painter and sculptor Nathan Slate Joseph and American sound installation artist Taylor Kuffner. >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.03.09 Fri, by

The City and the Psyche

Catherine Freeman: I come from a design background, and I like how in your pieces you have so much architectural and design imagery. I wonder how this came to be one of your inspirations? >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.01.10 Tue, by

Roy Lichtenstein’s “Landscapes in the Chinese Style”

Like Cubism, Pop Art relied on two great talents who defined the movement for everyone else, contemporaries and followers alike. Roy Lichtenstein played Braque to Andy Warhol’s Picasso. Of the two, Lichtenstein was the quieter, more studious, and more conservative... >> Read more
Think, 2010.09.09 Thu, by
Artist profiles, 2017.04.25 Tue, by

Chim↑Pom: So see you again tomorrow, too?

“Has the decision to host the Olympics not yet been made? Why is it that we dare not do such a thing?” —Deng Xiaoping, 1990 >> Read more

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