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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“The Shadow Never Lies” at Minsheng 21st Century Museum – in pictures


In April 2016, Minsheng 21st Century Museum in the Pudong district of Shanghai opened “The Shadow Never Lies”, showcasing the work of 35 international artists.

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Experimental Hong Kong and Chinese short films in London this September 2015


One year after the Umbrella Movement, film curators at UK’s videoclub and Hong Kong’s Videotage explore social and political connections between Hong Kong, China and the UK in “Both Sides Now II”.

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10 pavilions to see at the 56th Venice Biennale


Art Radar selects 10 national highlights from the Venice Biennale 2015.

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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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FIELD MEETING at Asia Contemporary Art Week 2014, New York – interview (part 2)


Art Radar’s interview with Asian Contemporary Art Week’s Director Leeza Ahmady and Associate Curator Xin Wang continues. In this instalment, Ahmady and Wang talk about creating a communal studio experience during a two-day forum called FIELD MEETING.

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“My Generation”: Young Chinese artists on American tour – in pictures


Chinese art expert Barbara Pollack curates touring exhibit exploring how young Chinese artists are differentiating themselves from the previous generation who were deeply affected by the Cultural Revolution.

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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