de Sarthe was founded in 1977 in Paris, later establishing galleries in America and most recently in Hong Kong and Beijing. de Sarthe represents and exhibits a diverse spectrum of international artists, with a focus on presenting the highest quality contemporary art and historically significant programming. Since its move to Hong Kong in 2010, the gallery has continued to host groundbreaking shows for artists like Auguste Rodin, Hans Hartung, Chu Teh-Chun, Zao Wou-Ki, Robert Rauschenberg, Chen Zhen and Bernar Venet. The gallery has also exhibited pioneering group shows such as gutai and the Pioneers of Chinese Modern Paintings in Paris. In 2017, the gallery opened a 10,000 square foot space in Hong Kong’s art district, Wong Chuk Hang, to properly honor masterpiece art works and expand its program of contemporary artists from Asia. Before its forced eviction in the summer of 2018, de Sarthe occupied an 8,000 square foot space in Caochangdi, a renowned art district in Beijing. There the gallery took an important role exhibiting a wide range of artists that lead the emerging art scene. This spirit continues in the Hong Kong space, where 70% of the exhibitions are dedicated to showing contemporary art from Asia. The gallery's roster of contemporary artists includes Double Fly Art Center, Liang Ban, Lin Jingjing, Andrew Luk, Mak Ying Tung 2, Ma Sibo, Wang Xin, and Xin Yunpeng.Read More
de Sarthe Artist Residency (deSAR) was inaugurated in 2017. The gallery hosts an artist in its Hong Kong space for two months every summer, with the goal of challenging standard modes of art production and exposing audiences to a side of creation seldom seen firsthand. In a metropolis known for excessively high rent and exceedingly small spaces, the residency allows artists the freedom of a large arena to explore their creativity within Hong Kong itself.
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The colourful, kaleidoscopic patterns that fill the two canvases at the entrance of de Sarthe Gallery appear inscrutable at first glance. They can be a mass of thin tubes, a route map or even a maze. When one takes a few steps back, however, one can perhaps discern views of the titular sites in Hong Kong Central and HSBC (both 2018). In a way...
With art week coming up, it's time to celebrate the people working in the art industry in Hong Kong. As well as bringing art from around the world to the city, these gallerists often promote Hong Kong artists on the international stage. Here's a list of Hong Kong-based gallerists who have helped put the city on the art world's radar.
With works commissioned by K11 Art Foundation (KAF) that examine ideas surrounding nature, The Garden is "an exhibition like a garden in a glasshouse, but without plants". This concept means that the exhibition is constantly in a state of flux, with motion being a key part of the show. Comprising of a variety of media including Aerial...
View the making of ADHD, artist Zhou Wendou's new work for his forthcoming exhibition at de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong. The presentation titled ADHD, after the Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is a strong single piece installation. In the context of this psychological analogy, the artist along with a psychologist will...
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