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Hong Kong Art Week 2017 - People & Places

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Hong Kong Art Week 2017 - People & Places
"One World Exposition 2.1: #like4like", Curated by Kyle Chung, Isaac Leung at chi K11 art space in Hong Kong
The Phillips preview of 'Warhol in China' at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel 

Auction house Phillips presented a landmark public exhibition and standalone auction of over 200 photographs taken by Andy Warhol during his trip to Asia in 1982. "These images offer a fascinating vista into Warhol's intimate experience of Hong Kong and Mainland China." - Phillips

Andy Warhol, Chinese Stone Lion,《中國石獅》, 1982 – 1987, 
Four stitched gelatin silver prints
Andy Warhol, Nine works: (i) Temple; (ii) Sign: Tiger/Samurai; (iii) Street Scene (Bicycles); (iv) Christopher Makos and Chinese Men and Boys; (v) Building with Sign; (vi) People on Bicycles; (vii) Donkey and Cart; (viii) Christopher Makos; (ix) Fisherman 九件作品: (i)《寺廟》、(ii)《招牌: 老虎/武松》、(iii)《街景 (單車)》、(iv)《克里斯多福·馬可斯與中國男子及小孩》、(v)《建築物及招牌》、(vi)《騎單車的人》、(vii)《驢、車》、(viii)《克里斯多福·馬可斯》、(ix)《漁民,》, Nine gelatin silver prints
Pearl Lam Galleries opening of 'Drops: Kim Tschang-Yeul',
a solo show by Korean artist Kim Tschang-Yeul.

Kim Tschang-Yeul, 'Waterdrops', 1975, Oil on Canvas, 195 x 260cm
A visit to the M+ Pavilion!
Exhibition display on the second floor of the pavilion.

The current show is titled 'Ambiguously Yours: Gender in Hong Kong Popular Culture' and offers new insights into Hong Kong popular culture through representations of androgyny and gender fluidity in Cantopop, fashion, film, photography, and graphic design. Including more than ninety exhibits, among them Roman Tam’s iconic peacock costume, a film clip from Wong Kar-wai’s Chungking ExpressCity Magazine covers; and works by photographers such as Julian Lee and Wing Shya, Ambiguously Yours celebrates the creative experimentation and ongoing influence of the 1980s and 1990s, while further proposing a dynamic dialogue between popular culture and the fields of art, design, and moving image. The show's curator, Tina Pang, states that the exhibition presents a "fresh perspective on Hong Kong popular culture of the 1980s and 1990s by examining it as a platform for avant-garde experimentation in representations of gender identities. Focusing on androgyny, camp and gender fluidity, this exhibition presents the works of pioneers in costume design, music, film, and print media, further proposing the dynamic interplay between popular culture and the fields of art, design and moving image through the M+ collection."

The M+ Pavilion, which opened in September 2016, serves as the primary site for M+ exhibitions in the run-up to the completion of the M+ building. After M+ opens it will become a new space for artists, designers and organisations to stage independent small-scale
exhibitions and events in the Art Park. Image courtesy of M+
Tim Neuger(neugerriemschneider), Emi Eu(STPI), Esther Schipper(Esther Schipper), Atsuko Ninagawa(Take Ninagawa) and Urs Meile(Urs Meile)
welcoming guests at the annual combined galleries dinner at Duddell's. 
Shareen Khattar and Mark Rappolt of Art Review.
Sadie Coles HQ event at Salon 10
The launch of Zhao Zhao's book, 'Provocateur', with Flash Art Books. 

"This new title examines Zhao Zhao’s working practice, emblematic for art’s ability to address conflict—social, political, and aesthetic—in a world undergoing unprecedented upheaval. The artist has consistently positioned his art as a counterweight to systems of control that affect and regulate the lives of individuals in China; while his work’s increasingly global reach testifies to its profound resonance beyond his country’s borders. His deft use of a wide range of materials, combined with a tonal elusiveness that veers between the faintly ludic, the sardonic, and the unambiguously confrontational, justify his position as a crucial agent in contemporary cultural discourse." - Flash Art Books

(Far Right) Shasha Tittman from Tang Contemporary Gallery and artist Zhao Zhao 
Publisher of Parkett, Dieter von Graffenried, Curator/Art Director of the A4 Art Museum, Sunny and Curator/Film Producer Li Zhenhua
'Up Close with Nadja Swarovski / Yana Peel / Simon de Pury' at the Upper House
where they discussed the pivotal role the late Zaha Hadid played in blurring the lines between art and design.
The LACMA event hosted by Alia Al-Senussi, Dino Sadhwani, Aron and Laura Harilela, and Michael Govan, 
CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art at the Harilela Mansion.
One of the many living areas in the Harilela Mansion...

 

 

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