Millennials and New Media Art in the Conceptual Age: Hong Kong’s K11 and Videotage co-present “One World Exposition 2.1: #like4like”


“#like4like”, a group exhibition by 10 millennial generation artists in Hong Kong, explores art and technology under the theme of “Me: Millennials”.

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“Both Sides Now III”: exploring cultural frontiers with experimental Hong Kong, Chinese and British Films


Hong Kong and Chinese artists explore notions of displacement, migration and memory amidst the socio-political turmoil in the neoliberal world.

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“Ink Remix”: Contemporary ink art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong – in pictures


Contemporary ink art from Greater China takes centre stage in a major touring exhibition in Australia.

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Shenzhen Independent Animation Biennial announces participating artists


Animation art from experimental animation to video art, new media installations and live slideshows take centre stage at the 2nd Shenzhen Independent Animation Biennial.

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What is…digital art? Art Radar explains


Art Radar’s “What is…?” series brings you the basics of digital art: its history and development, the most prominent artists working in the field in Asia and the latest events focusing on the medium.

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Can video games be art? 5 contemporary Asian artists say yes


Despite the controversy surrounding the medium, Art Radar profiles five Asian artists who are pioneering the field of video game art.

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One World Exposition: ambitious Chinese media art symposium in Hong Kong – event alert


“One World Exposition”, a project curated by Videotage, aims to “re-engage contemporary Chinese art from regional, national and global perspectives.”

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14 China rim artists show landscapes at opinion-leading Hong Kong gallery Hanart


CHINESE LANDSCAPE SHOW This show interests us because it points to the classic/contemporary trend in which we see a juxtaposition of  the historic and traditional with the new. Many contemporary Chinese artists are rediscovering the traditional medium of ink and using it … Continue reading