Photo Gallery: a changing Hong Kong in the paintings of Luis Chan

Hanart TZ Gallery in Hong Kong holds double exhibition of paintings by Luis Chan.

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Photo Gallery: Chinese ink artist Xu Longsen’s “Wind on the Mountain” at Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong

Hanart TZ Gallery holds an exhibition of Xu Longsen’s grandiose ink landscape paintings. Xu Longsen is known for his powerful use of shanshui and his monumental landscapes that create awe-inspiring environments in architectural spaces. Running until 30 November 2016, “Wind … Continue reading

“Antiquity-Like Rubbish Research and Development Syndicate”: Taiwanese artist Yeh Wei-Li at Hanart TZ

Taiwanese contemporary artist Yeh Wei-Li’s collaborative project explores the concept of production at Hong Kong-based Hanart TZ Gallery until 5 March 2016.

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Asia in the spotlight: The Prudential Eye Awards 2016

The prestigious event honours well-deserving names from across Greater Asia in 10 diverse categories. Now in its third edition, the Prudential Eye Awards for Contemporary Asian Art bears witness to the rising quality of Asian art.  The Prudential Eye Awards 2016 was held at the Sands … Continue reading

When maths meets art: Inga Svala Thórsdóttir and Wu Shanzhuan at Hanart TZ

Inga Svala Thórsdóttir and Wu Shanzhuan’s joing exhibition “Circles Vibration – Bracket Bridge” at Hanart TZ Gallery in Hong Kong showcases unique conceptual works that reach beyond the senses to tickle the mind.

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“Fair-tigued”: Are there too many art fairs?

Art Radar investigates the burgeoning fair industry, its effects on the art world and the diverse perspectives of dealers, collectors, artists, critics and the slew of players in the global art scene.

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Contemporary art in Hong Kong: Art Radar guide

Art Radar shares its tips on where to go when visiting one of Asia’s art hubs, Hong Kong.

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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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