Elliat Albrecht

Simon Starling

Rennie Collection

February 2017

Henry Moore once said, “A sculptor is a person who is interested in the shape of things.” Simon Starling is an artist who is interested in stories, and, as evident in his exhibition here, they often involve the twentieth-century sculptor. … READ ON

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Chou Yu-Cheng

Edouard Malingue Gallery

July 2016

Taiwanese artist Chou Yu-Cheng’s current exhibition, “Chemical Gilding, Keep Calm, Galvanise, Pray, Gradient, Ashes, Manifestation, Unequal, Dissatisfaction, Capitalise, Incense Burner, Survival, Agitation, Hit, Day Light. II” is the second… READ ON

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“M+ Sigg Collection: Four Decades of Chinese Contemporary Art”

ArtisTree

March 2016

Billed as the first-ever chronologically arranged survey of Chinese contemporary art, eighty works from fifty artists in the M+ Sigg Collection are presented in this temporary space. The earliest artworks date from the 1970s, such as Zhang … READ ON

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Tony Oursler

Lehmann Maupin | Hong Kong

January 2016

Tony Oursler’s “PriV&te” draws on the artist’s long-standing concern with the implications of data’s encroachment on personal life, in particular Big Brother’s and big business’ yearning to map and identify the human face. This series of … READ ON

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