Launched in partnership with the Mori Art Museum, M+ Hong Kong, and the Singapore Art Museum, the prize will go towards the creation of a new screen-based artwork.
Featured works will show online, at exhibitions in Hong Kong, Seoul, and Chiang Mai, and at a drive-in cinema in Manila.
Su is known for works that explore medical science and other ways humanity intersects with technology.
Asia Art Archive's Ha Bik Chuen Archive Project provides a space for formulating questions about legacy and institutional culture in Hong Kong.
After years of delay, the museum will open late this year in a Hong Kong that's significantly less free and open.
The work is one of 17 pieces of Asian art donated by lawyer and art collector Hallam Chow.
The prize recognises outstanding artistic practice in Greater China, including Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
The 3 million yen prize is awarded to mid-career Japanese artists who 'deserve global recognition'.
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.
With more events being postponed and institutions closing their doors, Art Basel in Hong Kong is also under pressure to cancel.
Without punctuation, She Said Why Me, the title of May Fung's 1989 video presents itself as a statement, rather than a question. It suggests a subject who expects no response, a person prepared to m
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).
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 ann
I certainly saw that it was a young generation trying to define its identity and voice, literally through physical occupation or the transformation of public roads into a public space.
I'm very much a fan of the public institution. I think only the public institution can provide the long-term guarantee that it will continue to exist and it will be 'the' public memory.
Artists keep a balance; they keep harmony and some happiness. We cannot do so much. We do a little at a time, keep life going.