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2015.11.08 Sun, by

The Jockey Club CPS Limited will operate as TaiKwun Centre for Heritage and Art

Open call for an art exhibition and request for retail proposals at revitalised heritage site >> Read more
2015.04.21 Tue, by

Tobias Berger switches from M+ to CPS

It was announced this week that Tobias Berger has prematurely left his post as curator of visual art at M+ to assume the leading role at the Central Police Station (CPS) in Hong Kong... >> Read more
访谈, 2020.12.16 Wed, by

Ashley Bickerton
Seascapes At The End Of History

Born in Barbados in 1959, Ashley Bickerton had a peripatetic childhood across four continents, from Guyana to Ghana, on to the Balearic Islands and England, then finally Hawaii. His upbringing followed the career of his Anglo-American father, the eminent linguist Derek Bickerton, who researched creole languages and theorised on the formation of human language. >> Read more
访谈, 2020.12.16 Wed, by

Article: ‘Xu Zhen: Eternity Vs. Evolution’ at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

Exhibitions of Chinese art outside China tend to confirm certain assumptions about the country's history, culture, politics, and people. At first, ‘XU ZHEN®: Eternity Vs Evolution’ at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA), Canberra, seems no exception to this rule, promising viewers a proven combination of two enduring preconceptions about China’s past and present. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.06.16 Tue, by

Simon Mordant
Contemporary Collector, Modern Philanthropist

Simon Mordant is one of Australia’s most prolific art collectors and philanthropists. As chair of Australia’s Museum of Contemporary Art and as Australia’s past Venice Biennale Pavilion Commissioner, Mordant has been one of the major forces driving modernization of Australia’s visual arts scene. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.05.28 Thu, by

Eyes on the Prize: The Inaugural 2020 Sigg Prize
Interview with Uli Sigg, Suhanya Raffel, M+ Director, and winner Samson Young

A prize is always as much about the giver as the receiver. This year’s inaugural Sigg Prize, successor to the esteemed Chinese Contemporary Art Award (CCAA), was as much about M+ as it was about the winner, Hong Kong’s own Samson Yung. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.01.15 Wed, by

Gallery Weekend Kuala Lumpur 2019

The breadth of Malaysia’s small but energetic art scene took center stage last November for the fourth edition of Gallery Weekend Kuala Lumpur. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.06.13 Thu, by

Barthélémy Toguo
Human Nature
HdM Gallery, London

Barthélémy Toguo is a traveller, crossing boundaries of all sorts as his vision evolves. His travels are not just physical – though he has been to many places – but are also concerned with crossing the various borders, barriers and boundaries that human beings construct in their minds. He uses watercolour painting, photography, sculpture, installation, […] >> Read more
Interviews, 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
Interviews, 2018.11.15 Thu, by

What to let go?
Para Site’s 2018 International Conference

This year’s edition of Para Site’s International conference is interested in the renewed discussion throughout the world, often marked by symbolic actions if not yet by government policy, affecting what gets counted within the category of heritage, and who gets to do the counting: from the increasing debate around repatriation of looted artefacts by colonial powers to the varied and dissimilar processes of renaming and removing symbols of past eras, from India and Myanmar to Confederate America and Apartheid South Africa. >> Read more

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