Art Basel Hong Kong 2019: A Post-Mortem

Lee Bul, Willing to be Vulnerable–Metalized Balloon,  2019 at Encounters. Art Basel HK 2019 If with the advent of Artificial Intelligence, and the concomitant displacement of jobs that ensues, only those servicing the über wealthy will remain employed, then it would appear that the art world, with its numerous advisors, dealers, collection managers and specialists catering... Continue Reading →

Neo World (Dis)order

Published in Hong Kong Tatler, October 2015 For three decades German artist Neo Rauch has been one of the leading figurative painters of his generation creating works that offer up a window onto a strange world. It's a world that operates according to its own laws, a world that is at once familiar with its... Continue Reading →

Post Art Basel HK: Rundown and Fair-tigued

Published on ocula.com, 20 March, 2015 Your head hurts; your liver no longer holds any value on the black market; your dignity is in tatters after falling down a flight of stairs in high heels at an exhibition opening—sober; a random girl licked your leg; and the last conversation you remember was about vodka home-brewing... Continue Reading →

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