Revolutionising tradition: Seven Hong Kong artists rethink contemporary ink – picture feast


In “Contemporary San Sui Exhibition” at Kwai Fung Hin Gallery, seven Hong Kong-based artists provide a distinct approach to the theme of classical made contemporary with Chinese shan shui painting.

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Para/Site’s “Taiping Tianguo”: Moving beyond the survey in Hong Kong


Running from 12 May to 12 August 2012, Para/Site Art Space’s exhibition “Taiping Tianguo” empowers the viewer to find or imagine the common threads between its artists.

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ART HK 12: Hong Kong artist Lee Kit wins ART FUTURES prize


The 2012 ART FUTURES award was awarded to Hong Kong artist Lee Kit for his project Something in My Hands. The prize is given to an emerging artist represented by a young gallery.

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ART HK 12: What to do outside of the fair? Essential extra event list


ART HK 12 kicks off this Thursday, 17 May 2012, and will run through Sunday. Art Radar has rounded up some of the best concurrent art events happening around the city.

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Valerie Doran curates STIGMATICS: cross-disciplinary project exploring body modification – event alert


Valerie Doran’s interdisciplinary project STIGMATICS, aims to show the varied facets of body modification as it exists in our society and incorporates two exhibitions and a discussion forum.

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Leung Chi Wo’s identity art: words, buildings, bullet holes


Hong Kong artist Leung Chi Wo’s first solo exhibition in London presents the artist’s reflections on how history is represented and interpreted.

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4 emerging Hong Kong artists naturals at portraying nature


Hong Kong artists Nimchi Yuen, Silvia Chan, Flora Fok and Jessica Cheung are featured in a September 2011 group show at Karin Weber Gallery that explores the natural world.

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Asian Art Biennial 2011: 40 artists from New Zealand to Kazakhstan – event alert


Forty Asian artists are participating in the 2011 Asian Art Biennial. Curator Iris Shu-Ping Huang has asked each to reflect upon today’s “M-shaped” Asian society.

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