Hong Kong’s Para/Site Art Space announces new curator Qinyi Lim


Singapore-born Qinyi Lim was recently appointed as curator for Hong Kong’s Para/Site Art Space. The appointment marks the first time the non-profit has taken on a permanent curator.

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Changing global retail landscape: Can Hong Kong art galleries adapt? Part III


In part three of an essay for Taiwan-based art magazine ArtcoArt Radar founder Kate Cary Evans discusses the growth and future of art galleries in Hong Kong.

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Changing global retail landscape: Can Hong Kong art galleries adapt? Part I


In an essay for Taiwan-based art magazine ArtcoArt Radar founder Kate Cary Evans discusses the tectonic shifts that have emerged in the Hong Kong art scene over the past decade.

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Mongolian Mugi’s first Hong Kong solo: Rediscovering past lost to communism


Mongolian artist Munkhtsetseg Jalkhaajav, also known as Mugi, recently concluded her first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Her works commonly depict women and deal with the re-emergence of Mongolian heritage.

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Hong Kong Street Art Series: No Borders not boxed in by graffiti art label


In this third feature of our Hong Kong street art series, Art Radar will take you to No Borders Art Gallery, established in the city in September 2009. Founder of No Borders Alina Dickey and gallery manager Zoe Dulay discuss the gallery’s unique concept, its established international reputation and how they plan to attract a more local audience.

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Questioning “Made in China” – Interview Avant-Garde Beijing Artist: Huang Rui


CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ART Father of contemporary Chinese art, Huang Rui is a Beijing artist who dares to think and act differently in a society that demands conformity. Prominent founder of the historically momentous 1979 Stars Group as well as the famous … Continue reading

V+A museum-commissioned photography show The Mother of All Journeys lands in Hong Kong – interview Dinu Li


BRITISH-CHINESE PHOTOGRAPHY Dinu Li, an award-winning British-Chinese visual artist, showcases his exhibition The Mother of All Journeys at Amelia Johnson Contemporary (17 Sep – 31 Oct 2009) in Hong Kong. Initially commissioned by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, … Continue reading

Renowned Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju chooses Hong Kong for his solo debut – interview


JAPANESE ART It was the biggest night of the year at one of the most prominent art galleries in Asia. Hiroshi Senju’s opening of Out of Nature: Cliffs and Falling Water at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Central, Hong Kong has … Continue reading