Picks of Art Basel HK 2014

Art Basel HK 2014 is on our doorstep, and this year's programme is even heftier and more exciting than the last. Invites are flooding in one after and another and you're double booking yourself every night. But what to attend? Where are the great parties and interesting exhibitions? And where will Kate Moss be? Well,... Continue Reading →

Giacometti and Gormley: The Art of Being

It's rather fitting that his month, two sculpting greats, Alberto Giacometti and Antony Gormley, open solo shows in Hong Kong. Although born half a century apart, no two sculptors work has shared so much in common or drawn so much comparison. There are a few names in sculpture that have endured above all and had... Continue Reading →

Marc Quinn: Held by Desire

He's better known as one of the YBAs who ruled the ‘90s art scene, shocking audiences with self-portraits made out of nine pints of his frozen blood, and his unmissable monolithic installations. Earlier this year he unveiled a giant gravity defying sculpture of his infant son in the Singapore Gardens by the Bay. And for... Continue Reading →

Autumn Art in Hong Kong

Summer holidays are over! That means, thankfully, an end to the summer filler group shows at galleries and the beginning of a new art season. In the next two weeks, corks will be a-popping throughout Hong Kong's galleries, and dodgy red wine galore will be spilled down shirt fronts aplenty as new and exciting solo... Continue Reading →

Autumn Art in Hong Kong

This last week has been crazy busy with art events and exhibition openings following one after the other. A host of international artists were in town for their solo exhibition openings, including Bernard Frize, Vik Muniz, Aya Takano and Bharti Kher. French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel also made an appearance for a private project in Hong... Continue Reading →

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