Preview: Month-long performance series celebrates relaunch of multi-purpose art space ArtisTree in Hong Kong

The new 7,000 square feet venue aims to foster the growth of young talents and mid-career artists, with a focus on the performing arts.

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Experimentation, Abstraction and Design: Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid at ArtisTree Hong Kong

The solo exhibition of contemporary architecture visionary Zaha Hadid in Hong Kong showcases the late artist’s early work from the 1970s to the early 1990s.

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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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Who is the King of Kowloon? ArtisTree exhibition pays tribute to artist and eccentric Tsang Tsou-choi

Hong Kong exhibition “Memories of King Kowloon” tells the story of one of the city’s most iconic and eccentric artists, Tsang Tsou-choi (a.k.a. King Kowloon).

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Curator Valerie Doran on ‘Hope and Glory’ and challenges for Hong Kong art world – interview

HONG KONG CURATOR INTERVIEW For a place that has been repeatedly touted as a cultural desert, Hong Kong has managed to attract arts practitioners from many walks of life who are dedicated to working with the challenging realities present within … Continue reading

Watch Simon Birch’s video tour of conceptual circus ‘Hope and Glory’ in Hong Kong

HONG KONG PUBLIC ART EXHIBITION VIDEO TOUR For international art lovers who aren’t able to see the sprawling conceptual circus for themselves, Simon Birch guides viewers through his masterful art event “Hope & Glory”. Watch the videos to see the … Continue reading

Property companies splurge on art in Hong Kong, recent trend

ART SPONSORSHIP HONG KONG At the end of last year Time Out noticed a new trend in Hong Kong, one with its own strange momentum. Property companies appeared to be competing with one another to sponsor the arts. When the … Continue reading