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Hong Kong Protest Art: the Facebook group documenting activist artworks   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Posted 10/7/14

Last week, as demonstrations in Hong Kong intensified with police and mafia clashes, Artnet reported on the ensuing panic at auction houses in the wake of the political situation. They questioned the possible impact on the art market given that the protests were strategically placed to paralyze some of HK’s most important business areas. This weekend, the Asia Contemporary Art Show took place as scheduled at the Conrad in Pacific Place, an area occupied by protestors. “We are please... [more]

Sotheby's Hong Kong Sees 9 Record Breaking Sales for Asian Artists  
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4/7/14 Posted 4/7/14

Zhang Xiaogang, Bloodline: Big Family No. 3, via Sotheby's A slowing economy does not seem to be stalling demand in China’s growing art market. Sotheby’s Hong Kong closed Saturday with record auction sales totaling $86 million, breaking nine records for Asian artists and bringing the auction house to some $140 million in sales in the first three days of its spring auctions. Included in Saturday’s sales was Contemporary Chinese artist Zhang Xiaogang’s Bloodline: Big Fami... [more]

New paintings by Abigail Box showing at Identity Art Gallery, Hong Kong  
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9/1/13 Posted 10/13/14

Sending this lot off to Hong Kong for new exhibition Dualities 1: Dichromatic Allure at Identity Art Gallery [more]

Immaterial Art Basel   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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at Art Basel Hong Kong May 23rd, 2013 - May 26th, 2013
Posted 5/21/13

The art fair in Hong Kong, now falling under the Art Basel umbrella, has succeeded for a number of reasons, perhaps chief among them the transparent market infrastructure of the city and the reputation for pragmatic mercantilism it has accumulated as a British entrepot. But as much as the rule of law has encouraged an internationally viable market structure, it has also made Hong Kong a rare hub for scholarship, particularly of the Anglophone variety, for much of Asia. Long before the launch of ArtHK a... [more]

Internship Programme for the 55th Venice Biennale, Hong Kong Participation – Call for Application  
Posted 3/5/13

West Kowloon Cultural District  Kowloon; Hong Kong   info@wkcda.hk  www.wkcda.hk   Application closing date: 18 March 2013   M+, Museum for Visual Culture of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority is seeking exceptional candidates to join our internship programme for the upcoming 55th Venice Biennale (June – November 2013).  As part of our commitment to nurture local talent in the arts, this programme offers the opportunity to gain a unique insight into the working of the world’s oldest and... [more]

Hong Kong’s maritime museum to reopen  
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2/26/13 Posted 2/26/13

(Excerpt from 'Life on the South China Sea' posted by Alexandra Seno on The Art Newspaper on feb. 12, 2013. Found here http://www.theartnewspaper.com/articles/Life-on-the-South-China-Sea/28349)   While M+, Hong Kong’s museum-in-the-making of contemporary visual culture, attracts international attention, a museum that tells the history of the port city’s rise to global importance is due to reopen on 26 February. The Hong Kong Maritime Museum is moving to a three-storey pier in the city’s cen... [more]


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