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Black-out Viewing at Center   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Hamra Abbas, Adel Abdessemed, Wong Hoy Cheong, Pak Sheung Chuen, Thierry Fontaine, Shaun Gladwell, Tsang Kin-Wah, Dinh Q. Lê, Wangechi Mutu, Dan Perjovschi, Shahzia Sikander, Dimitar Solakov, Nedko Solakov, Sun Xun, Du Zhenjun, Jiang Zhi at Times Museum December 30th, 2011 - February 6th, 2012
Posted 1/2/12
Doubt is a concept close to my heart (for all the right – and wrong reasons). It is a state of being separated from fixed ideas, moving into a region where certainties flicker out like an ageing fluorescent strip. I feel this movement into doubt is a primary activity of art: simulation, illusion, questioning, all the while leaving the audience open to new thoughts and ways of thinking. The artist does things and I ask: “Why are they doing this?” Doubt is a region of productivity, of... [more]
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Crowded and Confused   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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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, 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 artists, not counting... [more]
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No Entrance Fee   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Pak Sheung Chuen at The Hong Kong Museum of Art June 12th, 2010 - August 1st, 2010
Posted 6/14/10
      Pak Sheung Chuen, who represented Hong Kong at the last Venice Biennale in a well-received solo exhibition, has discovered an unlikely but shockingly effective method for dealing with the lack of institutional support for contemporary practice in Hong Kong. Invited to present a "response exhibition" at the Hong Kong Museum of Art in the wake of a similar project organized by his gallery, , at the Guangdong Museum of Art in Guangzhou, Pak was then informed that there would be no support... [more]
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I’m Not Here: An Exhibition Without Francis Alÿs   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Stefan Brüggemann, Pak Sheung Chuen, Vaast Colson, LUISA CUNHA, Grier Edmundson, Noa Giniger, André Guedes, Tatiana Mesa, Gustav Metzger, Roman Ondak, Wilfredo Prieto, Ariel Schlesinger, David Sherry, Mounira Al Solh at De Appel April 17th, 2010 - June 6th, 2010
Posted 4/25/10
  The problem with making an exhibition about what’s not there is that you run the risk of showing nothing at all. Absence is a difficult thing to see, its visibility relying on reference points and shared assumptions. Without the right cues there is a serious risk that viewers won’t notice what they’re meant (not) to see. In “I’m Not Here: An Exhibition Without Francis Alÿs,” a solo-cum-group show at De Appel Jongensschool, curators take this risk, organizing a retrospective of sorts in... [more]
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