Political turmoil poses an additional challenge for initiatives such as UNSCHEDULED, announced today.
As Hong Kong gradually reopens after lockdown, explore the exhibitions taking place this summer.
Intended for Art Basel Hong Kong, Andrew Luk's new sculpture at de Sarthe reflects on human brutality and nature.
With art galleries, museums and events closing around the world, the campaign offers a way for art fans and professionals in the city to keep calm and carry on.
The highly anticipated seventh edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong brought together 242 leading galleries, presenting a unique overview of the diverse art scenes across Asia and beyond.
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.
'Why cover the same ground again?' Odysseus asked in The Odyssey, one of literature's most lionised tales of homecoming. His question is echoed by New York and Telluride-based artist Christopher K Ho in the presentation CX 888 at de Sarthe Gallery, which explores the complexities of departure and arrival through a Hong Kong-specific lens. As...
'The sixth edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong brought together a uniquely global mix of galleries spanning six continents, outstanding artworks by established and new artists from across theworld and a singular gathering of international collectors and institutions.' –Art Basel in Hong Kong (29–31 March 2018).
With an ever-expanding list of exhibitions and happenings, here is a selection of things to see during Art Basel Hong Kong (29–31 March 2018).
Following the Chinese artist Wang Guofeng’s recent intervention in the gallery space at de Sarthe Beijing, the artist has just opened a new show at de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong. While for the Beijing show (entitled Probe ) the artist presented a large site-specific installation, for the Hong Kong exhibition (entitled Probe II ), he...
Shanghai’s upstart art fair has moved up a weight class, but some of its moves are as unusual as ever.
When details of the new Parisian art fair, ASIA NOW, were announced only very shortly before its inaugural opening on 20th October 2015, it appeared as though the fair might be a last minute job. Yet, it has, according to numerous accounts, been a very successful fair: carefully planned and organised, and well attended by collectors genuinely...
Asia Now Paris Asian Art Fair is the first art fair in Paris dedicated to the Asian scene and designed with a human size format that makes its specificity : each selected gallery presents a curatorial proposition (less than 20 projects) in an environment that allows in-depth relations with the key players of the Asian contemporary art world.
A hastily cobbled together barricade dissects Connaught Rd. It signals the beginning of the Occupy Central zone where for over eight weeks one of Hong Kong’s main CBD roads has been blocked to all traffic in a pro democracy protest that, in its first few weeks, brought the city to a stand still and captured international attention. A...
The major difference in today’s Chinese modernization is that most of the new generation of artists have no desire to live abroad.