b. 1978, SAR, China

Lee Kit Ocula Magazine

Lee Kit Ocula Conversation Lee Kit By Atsuo Yasuda, Tokyo

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.

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Marc Spiegler Ocula Conversation Marc Spiegler By Stephanie Bailey, Miami

It's about building bridges between East and West, in a sense—creating opportunities for Asian artists in the East and Western artists in the East.

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Lee Kit Ocula Conversation Lee Kit By Anna Dickie, Hong Kong

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

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Lars Nittve Ocula Conversation Lars Nittve By Stephanie Bailey

Lars Nittve has been Executive Director of M+, the visual culture museum for Hong Kong, since 2011.

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Alan Lo Ocula Conversation Alan Lo By Anna Dickie

It is definitely beneficial to the local community to see a growing interest both regionally and internationally in Hong Kong artists.

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Alan Lau Ocula Conversation Alan Lau By Anna Dickie

Alan Lau, based in Hong Kong, is a member of the Tate's Asia-Pacific Acquisition Committee, sits on the board of Para/Site, has served as the 'Mayor' of Cao Fei's RMB City and helped bring Xu Bing's Forest Project to Hong Kong.

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William Lim Ocula Conversation William Lim By Anna Dickie, Hong Kong

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.

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Angela Su to Represent Hong Kong at Venice Biennale 2022 Ocula News Angela Su to Represent Hong Kong at Venice Biennale 2022 Hong Kong, 17 June 2021

Su is known for works that explore medical science and other ways humanity intersects with technology.

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Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong Ocula Feature Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong By Tessa Moldan, Hong Kong

As Hong Kong gradually reopens after lockdown, explore the exhibitions taking place this summer.

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Lyon Biennale 2019: The Art of Dispersal Ocula Feature Lyon Biennale 2019: The Art of Dispersal By Tessa Moldan, Lyon

The 15th Lyon Biennale draws on lines from a Raymond Carver poem about places where water comes together.

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Art Jakarta Drops Anchor in a Stormy Southeast Asian Art Market Ocula Feature Art Jakarta Drops Anchor in a Stormy Southeast Asian Art Market By Sam Gaskin, Jakarta

[Jakarta][0] may be sinking, prompting the announcement last month that Indonesia will create a new capital on the island of Borneo, but the city's longest-running art fair is on the rise. Founded by

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The West Bund Art & Design fair seals Shanghai art's gentrification Ocula Feature The West Bund Art & Design fair seals Shanghai art's gentrification By Sam Gaskin, Shanghai

As the strength of global galleries attending has increased, the proportion of participating galleries with a base in Shanghai has decreased.

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The Art You Missed During Art Basel in Hong Kong Ocula Feature The Art You Missed During Art Basel in Hong Kong By Sam Gaskin, Hong Kong

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

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