A Revamped Fair Edition: Insights from Contemporary Istanbul 2017 – round-up


With 73 galleries from over 25 cities with 1500 artworks on show, Contemporary Istanbul reports strong sales and visitorship presence over one week.

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Emerging curators “In search of Miss Ruthless” at Para Site, Hong Kong – interview


Curators Hera Chan and David Xu Borgonjon explore the unlikely relationship between Chinese diaspora queer subjectivities and the infrastructure of the beauty pageant in new group exhibition.

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Installation artist Nadim Abbas’ “poor images” – Para Site Hong Kong artist talk


Nadim Abbas’ take on images, reality and why precariousness is best. On 13 April 2013, as part of Para Site Hong Kong’s International Conference, installation artist Nadim Abbas gave a talk about images and reality, and how his art-making explores … Continue reading

Weekly jobs and opportunities | Art course for Hong Kong youth, Sicilian artist residency


Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is a convenient archive of openings in the visual art world.

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Hong Kong’s Para/Site Art Space announces new curator Qinyi Lim


Singapore-born Qinyi Lim was recently appointed as curator for Hong Kong’s Para/Site Art Space. The appointment marks the first time the non-profit has taken on a permanent curator.

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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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Para/Site’s “Taiping Tianguo”: Moving beyond the survey in Hong Kong


Running from 12 May to 12 August 2012, Para/Site Art Space’s exhibition “Taiping Tianguo” empowers the viewer to find or imagine the common threads between its artists.

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Hong Kong art fair ART HK 12: Top contemporary art walk tips for new collectors


ART HK 12’s art tours offered a fun way to explore the fair and the galleries while learning about art. Two different tours were available and each tackled the fair from a different angle.

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