「在一次又一次被黃炳的藝術功力征服之後，我也意識到，黃炳已成為一個獨特現象：從一個在網絡上傳播離經叛道的青年文化的姿態，到如今在全球藝術市場、大型美術館展覽中被奉為天才藝術家，他的冒起將影響未來幾年的藝術市場和藝術史的走向。」— 吳佩悅 Peiyue Wu (CJC 2014)
Leung Po-shan is an art critic and a member of Art Appraisal Club. Her current book, I Love Art Basel (available in Chinese only for now), has offered some critical insights into Hong Kong’s art market and arts development. By Sam Ng and Helen Yau Q: You were trained as an artist at the Chinese … Continue reading Art Basel is the art world’s Disneyland: Leung Po-shan
It is great to see more and more art lovers in Hong Kong and across the region but as a true art aficionado, your love for art means more than just visiting art exhibitions. YOU as an exhibition-goer are the guardian of the artworks on show! It is our responsibility to protect and respect the artworks. And we would like to remind you what NOT to do at an art exhibition.
As the city braced for Hong Kong Art Week in March, H Queen’s, a new self-described art and lifestyle building officially opened in the heart of Hong Kong’s financial district. But how is this building housing some of the art world's biggest names impact the local and regional art scene? CJC reporters Carmel Yang and Raphael Erhart investigate.
An ambitious art exhibition that challenges colonial influences in the region is now on show at Para Site in Hong Kong, but the show overwhelms the senses rather than clarifying the themes, says Arianna Mercado
By Amanda Hui, Ambrose Li, and Arianna Mercado In Hong Kong, a subdivided flat can hardly fit a bed frame, but at least your mattress is about three steps away from the kitchen. Amidst the glamour of Atelier Swarovski and the flashiness of fashion brand initial’s booth at Art Central, there is an empty box. … Continue reading Hong Kong: a cradle for arts and culture?