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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]

Salesroom Artist: Yun Fan Shen  
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12/12/12 Posted 12/12/12

(Image: Yun Fan Shen, sp24, 2012, oil painting, 80 x 60 x 0 centimeters; ©Yun Fan Shen)   Yun Fan Shen (b. 1964, Beijing, China) I never learnt in art school about painting, and I studied by myself from books for 10 years.  In this summer of 2011, I began to learn painting in the famous Chinese painter He Daqiao Studio.  I really like the color expression. It fascinates me. Only at night time I get time to paint, although I'm very tired, but still very happy. I live and work in Beijing, China... [more]

YES, TAIWAN: 2012 Taiwan Biennial (Oct. 6, 2012–Jan. 6, 2013)  
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10/7/12 Posted 10/7/12

(Excerpt from 'Taiwan Biennial' posted on e-flux. Found on http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/yes-taiwan) YES, TAIWAN - 2012 Taiwan Biennial documents the richness of Taiwan's visual arts and serves as a platform of exchange of views and knowledge among all Taiwanese artists. The YES, TAIWAN – 2012 Taiwan Biennial officially opens on October 6 at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. This year marks the third biennial for this exhibition with a central focus on the current state of artists and creative development in Taiwa... [more]

20120904160237-img_6721c Gu Yuan Museum exhibition get together in September with a foreigners ink paintings that attract the eyes  
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Derrick Fludd at Gu Yuan Museum September 1st, 2012 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Posted 9/4/12

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Collector's Catalogue: Vol. 1 Issue 4  
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Posted 8/27/12

Hong Kong Collector Culture Robin Peckham considers the HK scene with Mimi Brown, Alan Lau, and Lawrence Chu When Artinfo released the China-focused edition of an article featuring the most influential young players in the art world, the preponderance of Hong Kong-based figures, occupying twelve of thirty positions, was unexpected. Despite the meteoric growth of the art fair ArtHK as a pan-Asian platform, the success of international auction firms Christie’s and Sotheby’s in the... [more]

Infographic: Artists & Employment  
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8/22/12 Posted 8/22/12

  Artists:  Where do they work? How much do they work? What do they earn?   The ArtSlant Team ran some analyses of these issues using the 2006-2008 PUMS microdata sample from the US Census 2006-2008 and 2005-2010 American Community Survey (ACS). These statistics apply only to conditions within the USA. While the results are not surprising, there are some interesting things to note.    ARTISTS LOCATION IN USA BY STATE In terms of location, artists in the USA are congregating in the largest US centers of California (Los Angeles and... [more]

Sandra Chung: Catalogue Edition  
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Posted 8/8/12

Sandra Chung Art and Textile Design Lives & Works in: Hong Kong Website: www.nschung.com For purchase: Contact Sandra Chung Sandra Chung, Blue, 2012, Ink on rice paper, 122 x 84cm; Courtesy of the artist. Sandra Chung, Violet I, 2012, Ink on rice paper, 100 x 100cm; Courtesy of the artist. Sandra Chung, Dance II, 2012, digital print on organza with mirror, edition of 10, 146 x 97.5cm; Courtesy of the artist. [more]

Be Featured | ArtSlant Street Special Edition  
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7/9/12 Posted 7/9/12

   ARTSLANT GOES TO THE STREET! Apply Now to be Featured just / justekosystem.org. 2011. Photo of ROA installing a piece in Kreuzberg, Berlin. Creative Commons License. It's been called the most influential art movement since Pop. It's audacious, adventurous, and often anonymous. Street art is truly global, and many of its provocative practitioners are now household names (anyone heard of Banksy?). A new generation of street-savvy galleries and art collectors has emerged, making the market for street-inspired artworks on... [more]

20120620025252-__1 OPENING TIME  
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Yandong Biansong 闫栋 卞松 at NewB Gallery June 1st, 2012 - June 1st, 2012
Posted 6/20/12

OPENING :15:00,JUNE 23,2012 [more]

Special Edition: Art Hong Kong  
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Posted 5/21/12

ARTSLANT'S SPECIAL EDITION ART HK 12 Jiang Pengyi, Luminant: BTV (A) Beijing, 2008, Light box, 180 x 240 cm (Edition of 3), 79 x 100 cm (Edition of 8), Archival inkjet print, 90 x 125 cm (Edition of 3); Image courtesy of the artist and Blindspot Gallery, Booth 1x11, ASIA ONE, Hall 1. Hong Kong Goes Baselistic by Sophia Powers Can going global make a razzle-dazzle art fair more local? We are set to see with this year's upcoming Hong Kong Art Fair, kicking off May 17th. Just a littl... [more]

Get Ready for Art Hong Kong: This Week!  
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5/7/12 Posted 5/7/12

(Beautiful Hong Kong, Photo by Chris Lee, Creative Commons License.) Hong Kong is where East meets West, a thriving art and culture capital, where skyscrapers tower above magnificent temples... Hong Kong has emerged as a collector's paradise, and what better place to experience the excitement than at Hong Kong International Art Fair. This year's Art HK is high stakes, as it joins Art Basel as one of the primary art fairs of the year in one of the biggest emerging contemporary art marketplaces in the... [more]

Li Songsong: On Our China Watchlist  
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3/28/12 Posted 3/28/12

(Image: Li Songsong, Pigs, 2011, Oil on Canvas,160 x 160 cm; © Courtesy of The Pace Gallery, Beijing) Li Songsong (b. 1973, Beijing, China) Li Songsong is interested in the power of images. Working exclusively from archive photos found in books, newspapers and the internet, his paintings place familiar scenes out of context, rendering their meaning as null and alien, misfit within collective consciousness. Through the act of painting, Li replicates the conceptual processes of photographic... [more]

Leong Ka Tai: On Our China Watchlist  
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3/16/12 Posted 3/16/12

(Image: Leong Ka Tai, Matzu Pilgrimmage, Taiwan; © Leong Ka Tai) Leong Ka Tai (b. 1946, Hong Kong) My approach in photography is quite flexible. I can just as well use an elaborate lighting setup as using none. To be quite frank, although there was a time in my life when I indulge in technique for technique's sake, now I tend to be a minimalist. The most important thing is to establish a rapport with your subjects. You have to grab their attention and gain their trust from the beginning. Onc... [more]

Qiu Jie: On Our China Watchlist  
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3/9/12 Posted 3/9/12

(Image: Qiu Jie, Lijiang, 2011 , Graphite on paper , 47.2 x 55.1 in; © Michael Goedhuis) Qiu Jie (b. 1961, Shanghai) Qiu Jie, the solitary artist who calls himself “the man who comes from other mountains” grew up in China before moving to Switzerland in 1989. As a child during the Cultural Revolution, he produced propaganda drawings for the local newspaper in a province near Shanghai. His intricate autobiographical work combines the realism of references to both the Chinese and Western cu... [more]

Wilson Shieh: On Our China Watchlist  
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2/2/12 Posted 2/2/12

(Image: Wilson Shieh, Island Country Love Songs Vol.6,  2011, Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 60 cm; © Wilson Shieh) Wilson Shieh (b. 1970, Hong Kong) Chinese artist Wilson Shieh paints and draws in the gongbi, or fine-line, style of Ming dynasty painters of the seventeenth century, but his subject matter is humorously, stylishly, and politically contemporary. Ian Findlay wrote in Asian Art News in 2001, “There is a timeless quality to Shieh’s images that seems to spring from another age and i... [more]

FAQ - Hints for Maximizing Exposure for Your Gallery or Exhibit on ArtSlant  
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2/1/12 Posted 2/1/12

HOW TO MAXIMIZE YOUR VENUE OR EXHIBIT DISPLAY ON ARTSLANT Are you feeling lost among the lists of galleries and exhibits? Do you feel your venue or exhibit is not getting the right amount of attention? Are you wondering how to get more visibility on ArtSlant?  Well, here are some tips for making sure your entries get maximum exposure worldwide. For details, read our FAQ below. Cheers! ArtSlant Team. _________________________________________________________ One of the most frequently aske... [more]


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