Tag: Conceptual Art
Haim Steinbach: tin drum at White Cube
In Haim Steinbach’s Hong Kong exhibition, ‘tin drum’, White Cube gallery brings together nine works spanning almost two decades of the New York-based Israeli artist’s career.
Sophie Calle: Intimate Vision
Published in Hong Kong Tatler, December 2014. It would be hard to find clearer confirmation of Federico Fellini’s aphorism that all art is autobiographical than the work of Sophie Calle. For more than three decades the French conceptual artist has plucked events out of her life, and the lives of others, to use directly as…
Looking up in Osaka with Joao Peñalva
Portuguese-born Joao Peñalva is that rare thing in the art world- a refined renaissance man with the sensibility of a poet and intellect of a philosopher, endowed with the ability to woo both curators and critics, as well as collectors, with museological exhibitions heavy on concept and context. Although he’s been a practicing artist for…
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