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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Art Basel Hong Kong 2017: Strong sales and growing collector base in Asia – round-up


Art Radar rounds up the key takeaways from Art Basel Hong Kong 2017.

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Preview: 9 highlights from Art Basel Hong Kong 2017


Attracting over 240 galleries from 34 countries, Art Basel Hong Kong brings together key galleries from the Asia-Pacific region.

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Zhu Lanqing wins inaugural Jimei X Arles Discovery Award


Young Chinese artist Zhu Lanqing is awarded top discovery prize at international-grade photography festival in Xiamen.  “Jimei X Arles: East West Encounters” brings the legacy of Les Rencontres d’Arles to Xiamen in 2015, honouring 388 artists from 16 countries and regions around the … Continue reading

Art Basel Hong Kong announces galleries for 2016


New exhibitors will be joining the 4th edition of Art Basel Hong Kong in 2016. Art Basel Hong Kong will take place again in March 2016, with a strong line-up of galleries from across the world, including new arrivals, as … Continue reading

Russia’s Ural Industrial Biennial announces participating artists


The 3rd Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art unveils impressive roster of Russian and international artists for 2015.

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2015: new calendar and format successful – fair round up


The third edition of Art Basel Hong Kong closed on 17 March 2015 with strong sales and a star-studded turn-out, offering rich regional flavours and providing a significant boost to the Asian art scene.

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Li Zhenhua on the future of film and Art Basel Hong Kong’s second Film sector – curator interview


Art Basel Hong Kong 2015 Film sector’s Curator Li Zhenhua speaks to Art Radar about the programme, healing, revolutions and the future of film in contemporary art.

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