“Land of Freedom”: Indonesian artist Heri Dono at Tang Contemporary Art, Hong Kong


Heri Dono explores power structures and reflects upon socio-political issues of the current times in his new series of paintings and installation artwork.

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Digital Public Art Installation “Voyages” at H Queen’s (HQ) Building Marks New Developments in Hong Kong’s Art Scene


Large-scale digital art installation “Voyages” on the façade of H Queen’s building gave passers-by a taste of Hong Kong’s new cultural hub.

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What to see at the inaugural Beijing Gallery Weekend 2017


2017 sees the first edition of the Beijing Gallery Weekend.

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Preview: The Armory Show 2017 – highlights from Africa, the Middle East and Asia


The Armory Show continues to expand with a new USD10,000 prize and two new curatorial sections.

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Ai Weiwei: “translocation—transformation” at 21erhaus, Vienna – in pictures


Ai Weiwei’s most significant show to date in Austria integrates his personal story and worldview with topical political issues, Chinese traditions and architectural interventions.

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“White”: Shanghai artist brothers Chen Yujun and Chen Yufan at Tang Contemporary Art, Hong Kong


On 28 April 2016, Tang Contemporary Art in Hong Kong opened “White”, a joint exhibition of Shanghai-based artist brothers Chen Yujun and Chen Yufan, as its May offering in a monthly rotating exhibition schedule.

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Ai Weiwei’s first-ever solo exhibition(s) in China take over Beijing – in pictures


Ai Weiwei has taken over Beijing this month with three simultaneous solo exhibitions, marking his first-ever solo shows in the mainland and a wave of subtle, new works.

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Contemporary art in Beijing: Art Radar guide


Art Radar provides an insightful guide to the vibrant and ever-growing Beijing art scene, with its plethora of museums, galleries and non-profit art spaces.

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