A search for Hong Kong tradition through 6 artists – Part 2


In a two-part series, Art Radar looks into the exhibition “Here is Where We Meet” at Duddell’s Hong Kong, which investigates how “tradition” intersects with the practice of six Hong Kong artists.

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A search for Hong Kong tradition through 6 artists – Part 1


“Here is Where We Meet” is a summer exhibition at Hong Kong-based Duddell’s until 5 October 2015 bringing together six of the city’s most acclaimed artists in an exploration of tradition, individuality and place.

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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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William Lim: Collecting Hong Kong – Artshare video


Architect, artist and collector William Lim talks about his passion for collecting Hong Kong art, while sharing his views about his home city’s place in the global art scene.

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4 books on Asian contemporary art collections – and a giveaway


Art Radar brings you 4 books that looks at 4 influential collections of Asian contemporary art and a chance to win a book giveaway.

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Seoul’s Mediacity 2014 presents 12 new works and a pan-Asian vision


The SeMA Biennale’s Mediacity Seoul, which is one of the few biennales in Asia that focus on new media art, will feature 12 new works for the first time since its inception in 2000.

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Johnson Chang on Chinese art past, present and future – interview


Looking back on 30 years in Hong Kong art, Hanart TZ’s Johnson Chang discusses the changes over the decades and his plans for the future.

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“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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