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Lee Kit

20130920080155-___-_______________2 Branding a New Generation of International Artists   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Birdhead, Lee Kit, Li Liao, Kwan Sheung Chi, Hsu Chia Wei, Hu Xiangqian, Li Wei 黎薇 at Rockbund Art Museum September 13th, 2013 - December 8th, 2013
Posted 9/20/13

Art’s relationship with branding sees a new incarnation with the Hugo Boss Asia Art Award, produced in collaboration with the Rockbund Art Museum in Shanghai and in this first instance addressing itself to artists from what is termed the “Greater China” region. The Hugo Boss Asia Art Award creates a new geographical focus for the fashion brand, running in parallel with the original “Hugo Boss Prize” which began in 1996. The seven short-listed artists for this award have... [more]

20120206163645-20120113_okt_3 Baby Blue Bedding   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Lee Kit at Osage Kwun Tong January 14th, 2012 - February 12th, 2012
Posted 2/6/12

Lee Kit’s How to set up a room for Johnny is staggeringly beautiful. Entering a space that constitutes one third of the cavernous factory-building gallery the visitor encounters first simply the title of the exhibition, pasted on the wall and illuminated by a bare fluorescent tube, the actual content of the project visible only in the far corner of the space, well lit but positioned on the wrong side of a dark stretch of empty floor. Walking across the distance we find that the artist has construc... [more]

20110721054636-van-ingelgem_2_ Through Expanding Clusters   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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John Baldessari, Pierre Bismuth, Allora & Calzadilla, Stefaan Dheedene, Masashi Echigo, Vincent Geyskens, Kees Goudzwaard, Suchan Kinoshita, Lee Kit, Joachim Koester, Adam Leech, Oliver Lutz, Mark Manders, Werner Mannaers, Peter De Meyer, Carsten Nicolai, Willem Oorebeek, Sarah Ortmeyer, Oksana Pasaiko, Wilfredo Prieto, Peter Rogiers, Wilhelm Sasnal, Nedko Solakov, Walter Swennen, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Ed Templeton, Ante Timmermans, Koen van den Broeck, Jan van Imschoot, Herman van Ingelgem, Henk Visch, Kelley Walker, Lois Weinberger, Johan De Wilde, Jordan Wolfson at S.M.A.K. June 21st, 2011 - February 26th, 2012
Posted 8/20/11

The collection is S.M.A.K.’s DNA and reflects the museum’s core identity as the pivot between recent art history and current trends. S.M.A.K.’s acquisition policy has developed organically over the years and has three distinct levels. Firstly, the museum strives to form an ensemble around the oeuvre of a select group of artists. Instead of representing an artist with just a single work, S.M.A.K. aims to collect an oeuvre in depth in order to present it in all its complexity. Secondly, there is a sub... [more]

20110214170752-stories_installation At it Again   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Lee Kit at Osage Kwun Tong January 22nd, 2011 - February 21st, 2011
Posted 2/14/11

In his fifth major solo exhibition in two years, Lee Kit demonstrates his ability to think not only in terms of projects and series of work but also through the apparatus of the body of work--an agglomeration of practice similar in scale but evidently distinct in quality from the exhibition, connecting multiple styles and series through a thematic or perceptual axis of experience. Working at an almost superhuman rate of studio production, he has recently consolidated one of his many styles--that of the i... [more]

20100927210010-2010-09-18_18 Crowded and Confused   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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AMA, Margaret CHU, Pak Sheung Chuen, Chow Chun Fai, Josephine CHOW Suk Fan, FOK Sau Ha + LAW Yuk Mui + YIM Sui Fong, MA Chi Hang, Kong Chun Hei, Tang kwok Hin, Carmen Ho, KO Hong, HUI Chui Hung, Karr YIP Siu Ka, HO Siu Kee, KONG Kee, Hung Keung, Lee Kit, Annie WAN Lai Kuen, LUI Chun Kwong, Elise LAI + Sarah LAI, Cass LAM, Jaffa Lam, Woody LEE, Otto LI, LAM Yuk Lin, Parry LING, CHAN Sai Lok, MamaBing, LI Yau Mang, Tsang Chui Mei, Castaly LEUNG Ching Man + TANG Siu Nam, TSE Yim On, Lam Tung Pang, SAMUEL ADAM SWOPE, Woofer Ten, Sara Tse, HO Sin Tung, LAM Hiu Tung, Tsang Kin Wah, Justin WONG, LEUNG Chi Wo + Sara WONG, Wong Tin Yan, Yolanda YEUNG, MOK Yat San + MAN Fung Yi, KWAN Sheung Chi + WONG Wai Yin, LEUNG Ka Yin, SIN Yuen at Osage Kwun Tong September 19th, 2010 - November 7th, 2010
Posted 9/27/10

This project sets out with the best of intentions: on the occasion of the retirement of Lui Chun Kwong, a highly influential professor of painting at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, a number of his students have been invited to work through his contributions to local art. As an exhibition, however, You are Here, I am Not is an utter disaster. The sprawling gallery space is packed to the brim with often barely conceived and poorly wrought installations and paintings from some 50 artis... [more]

Interview with Lee Kit  
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8/15/10

China, Aug. 2008: One of the core members of the cluster of artist studios at Fotan, an agglomeration of several dozen industrial buildings in the New Territories of Hong Kong, Lee Kit has developed art objects and an artistic practice based on his own style of life. Over the past ten years, his series of hand-painted pieces of cloth has become an icon of the Hong Kong art scene: beginning with monochrome sheets of linen and other fabrics, he applies stripes, plaids, hatching, or other patterns to cr... [more]

20100420_okt Colour me Asia   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Gong Jian, Chen Jie, Yang Jiechang, Lee Kit, Masato Kobayashi, Jane Lee, Michael Lin, Milenko Prvacki, Liu Wei, Ding Yi, Zhao Zhao at Osage Kwun Tong May 1st, 2010 - July 10th, 2010
Posted 5/10/10

The first thing to know about "The Burden of Representation" is that it is not, in fact, concerned with abstraction in Asia today. According to curator Eugene Tan, it is instead "about" painting, surveying the limit case of pictorial abstraction as a metonymic model for the medium as a whole. This is important because the announcement of the artist list under the banner of abstraction caused much wailing and gnashing of teeth within the Chinese art community; only after the opening did the projec... [more]

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