“What am I doing in this world and what is this world anyway?” UK artist Antony Gormley challenges the city dwellers with his controversial installation project Event Horizon in Hong Kong.
Nicola L. Red Coat, 1969 Vinyl Currently displayed at the Tate Modern in London under The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop, Red Coat for Eleven People or Same Skin for Everybody, 1969 is a plastic cagoule made of vinyl, designed to be worn by eleven people together […]
David Hockney Still Life Blue Guitar, 4th April 1982 Polarïods composites The Still Life Blue Guitar, 1982 is a composite Polaroids of David Hockney. Composite Polaroids is the creation of a patchwork to make a composite image by using varying numbers of Polaroid snaps of a single […]
Hyun Jeung Ginkgo, 2011 Wood engravings Ginkgo is the series of impressions made by wood engraving. Created by Korean printmaker and ceramist Hyun Jeung, the works are now displayed at the City Hall of the 8th arrondissement of Paris, under the exhibition “Figurations Coréennes”. The display consists […]
Antony Gormley Vessel, 2012 Cor-Ten steel, M16, countersunk steel screws 370 x 2200 x 480 cm Displayed right at the center of the hall of CENTQUATRE-PARIS in the 19th arrondissement, Vessel has caught the sight of every viewer who visits the exhibition “Follia Continua! 25 years of Galleria […]
Cerith Wyn Evans The Illuminating Gas… (after Oculist Witnesses), 2015 White neon 378 x 319 x 191 cm The Illuminating Gas… (after Oculist Witnesses), displayed right at the entrance of the South Galleries of White Cube Bermondsey in London, is an installation of Cerith Wyn Evans with three […]
Nedko SOLAKOV Good News, Bad News (Villa Manin), 2008 12 spotlights and mixed media Variable dimensions Good News, Bad News is the title of an installation of the Bulgarian artist Nedko Solakov. It consists of islands of light on the floor, and in the spotlight of which […]
The 13e Biennale de Lyon (Lyon Biennial) has begun on 10th September last week. This year, it begins a new trilogy under the theme of “modern”; a theme that Thierry Raspail, artistic director of the Biennial, gave to Ralph Rugoff, guest curator for the 2015 edition. 60 artists from […]
Having the chance to catch the last day (27th July 2015) of the exhibition A / AN “ “ – Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Graduation Exhibition 2015 held at the Hong Kong Arts Centre, I was completely amazed to see the enormous creativity and talent of the […]
What an extraordinary experience it is to visit Yoshitomo Nara’s “Life is Only One” exhibition – it feels like walking with this iconic artist a part of his unique journey of life! This first solo exhibition of Nara in Asia outside of Japan is a well-crafted personal statement that certainly touches your heart with his absolute sincerity.