Tsang Kin-wah: Much Ado About Nothing

Published in Artomity, Issue no.2, Autumn 2016 For someone who has built an art career out of them, Tsang Kin-wah is a man of very few words. Bookish, with thick glasses, the softly-spoken artist measures his words carefully, and it’s hard to hear him over the sounds of drilling and hammering in the newly opened M+…

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Venice Biennale 2015 Preview Week

While the art fair is often seen as the whore, selling its wares to those who can afford them, the Venice Biennale has always been the lady of the art world. The most venerated of biennales dating back to 1895; you can look, but not touch, intellectual stimulation and provocation is valued over the commercial,…

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Tsang Kin-wah to Represent Hong Kong at the 56th Venice Biennale

Congratulations to Tsang Kin-wah who is to represent Hong Kong at the 56th Venice Biennale next year! The multi-media artist was selected by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council and M+, Hong Kong’s yet-to-be-completed museum for visual culture, which has also appointed chief curator of M+, Doryun Chong, and Stella Fong, as the pavilion’s curators.…

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‘Writings Without Borders ‘ at Lehmann Maupin

A record number of art exhibitions are opening in Hong Kong to coincide with this week’s Art Basel HK launch. Among them is Lehmann Maupin who recently previewed their first group show, ‘Writings Without Borders’, by the renowned international curator Herve Mikaeloff. Featuring the work of 11 artists from around the world, including Barbara Kruger,…

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