Curator Yung Ma has organised a programme of art performances for special buses that will deliver art enthusiasts to 50 sites around the city.
The Armory Show has shared images of the large-scale works that will show in the fair's Platform section this year.
Su is known for works that explore medical science and other ways humanity intersects with technology.
Artist Lu Yang discusses her current exhibition at Jane Lombard Gallery and recent inclusion in the Asia Society Triennial.
The online auction aims to raise funds for the struggling art centre, which is ending its exhibition and residency programmes.
Lee Mingwei's solo at the Gropius Bau was accompanied by digital activations connecting distant places and people.
As Hong Kong gradually reopens after lockdown, explore the exhibitions taking place this summer.
The 15th Lyon Biennale draws on lines from a Raymond Carver poem about places where water comes together.
I constantly think about what a painting is. Of course, I still don't know what the answer is, but I think painting is more about the practice rather than form.
As the strength of global galleries attending has increased, the proportion of participating galleries with a base in Shanghai has decreased.
I feel one needs to ask, what role can a biennale have in 2018?
Yorkshire-born businessman Howard Bilton is the founder and chairman of the Sovereign Art Foundation, established in Hong Kong in 2003. The Foundation focuses on both recognising the abundance
I think this biennial is a lot about the in-between space... the crack between the physical and the digital
There are few cities in the world like New York for viewing art. If you are in town for the Armory Show, or the ADAA’s Art Show, or the plethora of other art fairs on during New York Arts
‘I don’t have a concept of place anymore,’ was the response given by Ming Wong when asked about representing specific geographies during a panel as part of New York’s 10th Asia
I think I'm one of the rare artists in the area of relational aesthetics who asks for the production of the museum as a structure for my work.
I cultivate lots of projects that are rooted in working with community and this makes me really happy. I always receive a lot of creative energy from this practice. It's a big source of inspiration for me.
One local gallery manager described it as constipation: Hong Kong holds in its art activities all year before forcing everything out in the week that Art Basel comes to town. The fair alone is like
Remember that time when Hong Kong was known only for its banking, pinky-ring-wearing English expats mourning the loss of the ol’ empire, overpriced real estate, and the number of Louis Vuitto
I walk along Tokyo’s Ginza shopping street towards the basement art gallery of Shiseido’s store, where three series of recent works by renowned Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki are on display in Nobuyoshi Araki Ōjō Shashū: Photography for the Afterlife — EasternSky. It’s one of those autumn days when the...
It’s all about being global at Art Basel. Such were the sentiments delivered at the Art Basel in Hong Kong press conference this year, in which Art Basel Director Marc Spiegler noted how the launch of ABHK in 2013 was the moment Art Basel went “truly global.” In fact, “nowhere else in the world will you see such a rich...
The Lee Kit exhibition, You., shown recently the Cattle Depot Artist Village in Hong Kong, was an expanded adaptation of his solo presentation for Hong Kong at the 55th Venice Biennale
It is definitely beneficial to the local community to see a growing interest both regionally and internationally in Hong Kong artists.
William Lim is an award-winning architect and highly regarded artist; and over the last eight years he has amassed one of the most interesting collections of contemporary art in Hong Kong.