“China 8”: Germany’s largest show of contemporary Chinese art


Nine museums across eight cities unite for the largest ever show of contemporary Chinese art in Germany.

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Finalists for Sovereign Asian Art Prize 2015 on show in Hong Kong


Works by the 30 Sovereign Asian Art Prize finalists, shortlisted from a total of 236 independently nominated entries from 13 countries, will be exhibited in Hong Kong from 11 to 13 March 2015.

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Sovereign Asian Art Prize 2014: Hong Kong’s Adrian Wong wins top award


Hong Kong’s Adrian Wong has won the tenth edition of the Sovereign Asian Art Prize, marking the second consecutive year that an artist from Hong Kong has won the top Asian award for contemporary art.

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The continuous reinvention of Hong Kong art – Caroline Ha Thuc book review


Art writer Caroline Ha Thuc explains how Hong Kong’s contemporary art builds bridges between a place and its people. Hong Kong art is, according to art writer Caroline Ha Thuc, in a state of “continuous reinvention”.  In her newly released … Continue reading

“We had no studios until the ’90s'”: Hong Kong artist panel at Art Basel – video


The Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 Conversations series opens at Asia Society on 19 May 2013 with a debate between  four Hong Kong artists and the curator of the new museum for visual culture M+, West Kowloon Cultural District.

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Hong Kong “Journal”: Curator Cosmin Costinas tells the story of a city – interview


On 16 May 2013 Para Site opens “A Journal of the Plague Year. Fear, ghosts rebels. SARS, Leslie and the Hong Kong story”Art Radar spoke to co-curator Cosmin Costinas.

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“Hong Kong Eye”: New narratives in Hong Kong contemporary art – picture feast


What distinguishes Hong Kong art from other art in the region? “Hong Kong Eye”, which opened the Asian leg of its tour on 1 May 2013, attempts to give us an answer.

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Hong Kong Artists / 20 Portraits book: Must-read for newcomers to Hong Kong art scene


In Hong Kong Artists / 20 Portraits, Christoph and Cordelia Noe share their excitement for the contemporary Hong Kong art scene and its artists with readers.

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