Hong Kong artist Nadim Abbas: ‘The Last Vehicle’ at UCCA, Beijing – in pictures


From 19 August to 23 October 2016, the Long Gallery at UCCA hosts Abbas’ latest multimedia artwork The Last Vehicle, which divides the space into two separate yet interrelated segments – part alien landscape, part domestic living quarters – mirroring today’s ‘virtually-focused’ life.

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Art, Food and the City: ‘The Unappropriated Recipes’, Para Site’s Kickstarter Campaign


Hong Kong’s Para Site art space launches Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for The Unappropriated Recipes, a book championing the connection between art, food and the city.

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William Lim: Collecting Hong Kong – Artshare video


Architect, artist and collector William Lim talks about his passion for collecting Hong Kong art, while sharing his views about his home city’s place in the global art scene.

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4 books on Asian contemporary art collections – and a giveaway


Art Radar brings you 4 books that looks at 4 influential collections of Asian contemporary art and a chance to win a book giveaway.

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Artist Nadim Abbas talks cocktails, bunkers and weevils – interview


Art Radar chats with Hong Kong artist Nadim Abbas, who is designing the Absolut Art Bar at Art Basel Hong Kong 2014, about his works, the city’s art scene and future projects.

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Chinese artists at Armory Focus 2014: Alexandre Errera’s watch list


Alexandre Errera, Founder and CEO of online platform Artshare.com, reveals to Art Radar his five favourite artists and artworks from the Armory Focus: China section at the Armory Show 2014 in New York.

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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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The continuous reinvention of Hong Kong art – Caroline Ha Thuc book review


Art writer Caroline Ha Thuc explains how Hong Kong’s contemporary art builds bridges between a place and its people. Hong Kong art is, according to art writer Caroline Ha Thuc, in a state of “continuous reinvention”.  In her newly released … Continue reading