Tag: Cao Fei
Shows to see in Hong Kong: The Lowdown
Published on ocula From Cao Fei’s first large-scale institutional exhibition in Asia, to a showing of historical works by Robert Rauschenberg, Ocula contributor Diana d’Arenberg offers her lowdown of shows to see in Hong Kong this autumn. Cao Fei: A hollow in a world too full Tai Kwun Contemporary, 10 Hollywood Rd, Central 8 September…
Tel Aviv: An Insight into the Art Scene
Published on ocula.com, 24 May 2017 A tiny country, barely bigger than New Jersey, and not yet 70 years old, Israel’s contribution to the international contemporary art scene is mainly overshadowed by its ongoing, seemingly never-ending conflict. And falafels. But returning recently after a 15-year absence I found myself taking in more art than I…
Art Basil (sic) Hong Kong
Published on ocula.com, 31 March 2016 I was Brainwashed the Friday before Art Basel Hong Kong kicked off. French street artist, Mr. Brainwash, was holding court—to an audience full of Hong Kong society types, complete with bodyguards, and media—with a spray can in a graffiti decorated shell-space in Lan Kwai Fong. It was one of…
A Conversation with Uli Sigg
Published on ocula.com, 18 March 2016 When Sydney art dealer Ray Hughes visited Swiss collector Uli Sigg at his Mauensee residence near Lucerne some years ago, a mutual friend asked the dealer how the visit went. ‘Did you feel comfortable and find a place to kick your feet up and read?’ ‘No,’ answered Hughes, ‘it…
Idioms of Identity
After a decade out of the Paris spotlight, Chinese contemporary art returns to centre stage with two exhibitions presented by the Louis Vuitton Foundation. Diana d’Arenberg Parmanand visits the studios where six of the featured artists meditate on the complexities of a society in flux.
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