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Sunjung Kim’s Real DMZ Project Interrogates the North and South Korea Divide Ocula Conversation Sunjung Kim’s Real DMZ Project Interrogates the North and South Korea Divide

Ongoing since 2012, the Real DMZ Project interrogates the demilitarised zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea through annual, research-based exhibitions that bring together the works of Korean and international artists. Sunjung Kim, the independent curator behind the project, conceived the idea of exploring the DMZ while curating Japanese artist...

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Sydney Lowdown: Exhibitions to See Ocula Report Sydney Lowdown: Exhibitions to See 6 Sep 2019 : Elyse Goldfinch for Ocula

The fifth edition of Sydney Contemporary will take place once again at Carriageworks between 12 and 15 September 2019, with Spring 1883 bringing together a cohort of 27 galleries from across Australia and the region to inhabit rooms at the Establishment Hotel from 11 to 14 September 2019, uniquely presenting contemporary works propped up on...

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Mark Bradford’s Call for Unity at Shanghai’s Long Museum Ocula Insight | Video Mark Bradford’s Call for Unity at Shanghai’s Long Museum 16 August 2019

Mark Bradford walks through Mark Bradford: Los Angeles Mark Bradford: Los Angeles at the Long Museum West Bund in Shanghai (27 July–13 October 2019) is the artist's largest solo exhibition to date in China. In this video for Ocula, Bradford and Diana Nawi, curator of the show, walk through selected works that convey the artist's concerns with...

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Ho Sin Tung

b. 1986, China

Ho Sin Tung was born in Hong Kong and has lived, studied and worked there ever since. Ho began her artistic training at the age of three when she attended workshops in the studio of Hong Kong painter Gaylord Chan. She graduated with a BFA from the Fine Arts Department of The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2008. Ho’s work is multidisciplinary and cross-media. Her two-dimensional work predominantly uses pencil, graphite and watercolour in combination with found and ready-made images – including the use of stickers, maps, charts, rubber-stamps and timelines. These are reinterpreted to narrate stories of places, relationships and periods of time often within a considered, objective historical setting. Ho also creates video art and process-led projects that interpret and extend different narrative frameworks. Her artworks are sometimes exhibited, sometimes collected, sometimes abandoned.  

Featured Artworks

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The American Jim by Ho Sin Tung contemporary artwork
Ho Sin TungThe American Jim, 2017 Colour pencil and pencil on paper
32 x 31 cm
Chambers Fine Art
Installation view by Ho Sin Tung contemporary artwork
Ho Sin TungInstallation view Colorpencil on paper
102 x 68 cm
Duddell's
Hills Won't Heal by Ho Sin Tung contemporary artwork
Ho Sin TungHills Won't Heal, 2012 Ink, pencil, color pencil on paper
75 x 130 cm
Duddell's
Thin Veiled World - The Weaker Man by Ho Sin Tung contemporary artwork
Ho Sin TungThin Veiled World - The Weaker Man, 2014 Colorpencil on paper
102 x 68 cm
Duddell's
Thin Veiled World - Frankensticker by Ho Sin Tung contemporary artwork
Ho Sin TungThin Veiled World - Frankensticker, 2014 Colorpencil on paper
102 x 68 cm
Duddell's
The Green Ray by Ho Sin Tung contemporary artwork
Ho Sin TungThe Green Ray, 2015 Video,
Variable dimensions
Hanart TZ Gallery
Tomorrow you will wear a ponytail for me by Ho Sin Tung contemporary artwork
Ho Sin TungTomorrow you will wear a ponytail for me, 2015 Video: HDV / 13',
Variable dimensions
Hanart TZ Gallery
UA Whampoa, 6th August 1993 by Ho Sin Tung contemporary artwork
Ho Sin TungUA Whampoa, 6th August 1993, 2015 Color pencil and acrylic on paper mounted on board,
102 x 68 cm
Hanart TZ Gallery

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‘Do you know anything about me? Do you understand me?’: A love letter to M+ Ocula Report ‘Do you know anything about me? Do you understand me?’: A love letter to M+ 21 Jul 2017 : Leung Po Shan for Ocula

Dear M+,Forgive me if this letter surprises you. We have never met, but this is the only way I could reach you after years of longing. Nearly 19 years have gone by since the Hong Kong government announced its plans for a West Kowloon Cultural District.Our relationship was bound to be turbulent. The government's original plan, made not long after...

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Ghosts, Spies And Grandmothers At Mediacity Seoul 2014 Ocula Report Ghosts, Spies And Grandmothers At Mediacity Seoul 2014 16 Sep 2014 : Jeesun Park for Ocula

Much has already been said about the fast-paced development and break-neck modernization of Asia but what has been largely forgotten in these breathless accounts is the importance of its history. In order to understand contemporary Asia one needs to look into the past, look more closely at its regional diversity and draw connections to local...

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Mediacity Seoul 2014: Ghosts, Spies, And Grandmothers Ocula Report Mediacity Seoul 2014: Ghosts, Spies, And Grandmothers 15 Sep 2014 : Becca Voelcker for Ocula

Since its foundation in 2000, Seoul’s contemporary art biennial, Mediacity, aims to represent the city’s identity as a hub of media and technology. With an exhibition on three floors of Seoul Museum of Art, and a programme of screenings in the Korean Film Museum, Mediacity surveys the current climate in art production, shifting its...

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Doryun Chong Ocula Conversation Doryun Chong Chief Curator, M+, Hong Kong

Doryun Chong is Chief Curator at M+, Hong Kong’s super museum for visual culture. Prior to joining M+, Chong was Associate Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, and prior to that, he was a curator in the visual arts department at Minneapolis’ Walker Art Center from 2003 to 2009. At MoMA,...

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With a clinical view, Hong Kong art show challenges how we see our bodies Related Press With a clinical view, Hong Kong art show challenges how we see our bodies South China Morning Post : 16 December 2015

Blindspot Gallery’s new exhibition features works by seven artists who have used very different media to tackle the same issue: how do you use art to break down hardened social norms about the human body? A clinical, detached air runs through the first part of a show that parodies the objectification of bodies.On arrival, visitors are...

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Asia Art Archive presents its Annual Fundraiser and celebrates the organisation’s 15th anniversary Related Press Asia Art Archive presents its Annual Fundraiser and celebrates the organisation’s 15th anniversary Randian : 9 November 2015

This November with an auction of over 80 works of art generously donated by local and international artists and galleries. In partnership with Christie’s, the artworks will be available to preview from 10–13 November at The Space. The accompanying dinner and live auction will be hosted on 14 November at the iconic floating restaurant...

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Curator asks Hong Kong artists for their take on tradition Related Press Curator asks Hong Kong artists for their take on tradition South China Morning Post : 20 July 2015

Many curators choose to make statements through their exhibitions, which can be as important as the art itself in the contemporary scene.However, Duddell's is turning this practice on its head in its Here is Where We Meet exhibition. Rather than dictating the agenda, the curator has invited participating artists to offer their take on the...

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