“Turning Point: Contemporary Art In China Since 2000” at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum


Launched at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum on 24 July 2016, the exhibition “Turning Point” explores the output of China’s art scene in the new millennium.

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Stuck in time and place: emerging artists Alan Kwan and Kenny Wong at Pearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong


Two young Hong Kong artists Alan Kwan and Kenny Wong’s joint exhibition, titled “The Interstitial” at Hong Kong’s Pearl Lam Galleries, uses computational art to narrate a feeling of “stuckness”.

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“Hold your breath, dance slowly”: Hong Kong’s Lee Kit at Walker Art Center – in pictures


Lee Kit’s new site-specific works transform the museum space with objects and new media to create intimacy and poetry at Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.

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“No References”: 9 Hong Kong video and new media artists (Part 1)


Art Radar profiles 9 artists from Hong Kong’s first retrospective of video and new media art at Videotage, which chronicled 30 years of artistic, cultural, technological and sociopolitical development.

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2016 Conversations: artists Tatsuo Miyajima and Samson Young – summary


As part of its ‘Conversations’, Art Basel Hong Kong invited sound artist Samson Young and new media artist Tatsuo Miyajima to find the points of similarity and difference in their practices.

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Preview: Art Basel Hong Kong 2016 – 9 booth highlights


The fourth edition of Art Basel Hong Kong will unveil a greater depth and range of art from Asia.

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Charting the languages of the future, past and present: SeMA Biennale Mediacity Seoul 2016


SeMA Biennale Mediacity Seoul 2016 reveals its title as NERIRI KIRURU HARARA, and its preliminary list of participating artists.

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Videonale in Lagos spotlights African video art


The international festival of video art Videonale Bonn spearheads a project in Lagos, Nigeria, presenting a workshop for local emerging artists as well as an exhibition featuring Nigerian and international video artists.

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