Top 10 Hong Kong art gallery picks – The Guardian


Critic Mary Agnew picks for the top ten contemporary art galleries in Hong Kong, as published in The Guardian, includes a mix of large and small, for and non-profit spaces.

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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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Stripping ‘Ophelia’ and more: 3 young Taiwanese new media artists in Hong Kong


Hong Kong-based gallery Input/Output (I/O) featured Taiwanese new media artists Yao Chung-Han, Lin Guan-Ming, and Chang Li-Ren in their show “Made in Taiwan”, which closed April 2012.

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Hong Kong Street Art Series: ufo Gallery quits Hong Kong art scene


GALLERY CLOSURE ART MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVE ART As we wrote in a December 2010 article called ‘Gallery shake-out expected in Hong Kong in 2011’, a number of galleries in Hong Kong have been forced into closure due, in part, to the … Continue reading

Hong Kong a desert for new media art? New gallery I/O an oasis – interview


HONG KONG ART GALLERY CREATIVE DIRECTOR INTERVIEW Situated on Hong Kong’s Hollywood Road, Input/Output (I/O) is not a usual kind of gallery with ink paintings, sculptures and canvases on display. Instead, being the only gallery in Hong Kong that is primarily … Continue reading

Young Chinese artist Lu Yang brings anti-humanist elements to the Hong Kong art scene


CHINESE ART HONG KONG ART GALLERIES BIOLOGICAL ART Chinese artist Lu Yang has shocked and electrified the Hong Kong art scene with her recent solo new media exhibition, “A Torturous Vision” held at Input/Output (I/O). Showcasing her latest music video work … Continue reading