Pedder-philes Spring Art 2013

In the past few years Hong Kong's iconic Pedder Building has undergone a remarkable, and expensive transformation. Gone are the vintage designer wear and cheap cashmere shops and in their place are the smooth gleaming floors and glass windows of high-end established commercial galleries, a cigar divan and an enoteca. And of course, Abercrombie and... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

In November I interviewed the wonderful French abstract artist Bernard Frize. Check out the full article below, published in the December issue of Hong Kong Tatler magazine. FRIZE FRAME In an era when painting has seemingly been left for dead in the wake of installations, new media and conceptual pieces, Bernard Frize has been applying... Continue Reading →

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