Chinese Surrealism is Alisan Fine Arts' take on Surrealism through the lens of six Hong Kong artists.
For over 30 years, Wei Ligang has revolutionised calligraphic script, upending an ancient tradition to create new formsof expression.
As Hong Kong gradually reopens after lockdown, explore the exhibitions taking place this summer.
'As one of the most important contemporary art fairs in Asia, ART021 reinforces its ongoing commitment to leveraging local recourses with a global perspective, supporting contemporary Chinese art andcultivating new generations of domestic collectors. 111 world's leading galleries from 18 countries and 57 cities are selected to present contemporary...
For the first edition of Taipei Dangdai (18–20 January 2019), connections with the theme of the 11th Taipei Biennial 'Post Nature—A Museum as an Ecosystem', came through on the fair floor.
'With a strong selection of returning exhibitors, the 2018 edition welcomes 87 galleries in the Galleries section, among which 39 are participating for the first time.' – West Bund Art & Design (8–11 November 2018).
The last decade has seen an extraordinary interest in the art of China, yet Hong Kong artists have been significantly overlooked in this bubbling and frothing phenomena. It is timely therefore that Ai Weiwei, arguably the most well-known of the Chinese artists, has chosen to curate an exhibition in Hong Kong featuring only Hong Kong artists; and...