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27th April 2009

Hong Kong painter Wucius Wong (Wang Wuxie, 1936- ) is among the most dynamic and versatile Chinese artists of our time. Inextricably bound to a life spent living, traveling, and studying in Hong Kong under British and, since 1997, ...full story

27th April 2009

On May 16, Hongkong Post will issue a set of Hong Kong Museums Collection special stamps. This set of stamps, presenting six selected exhibits from the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Art Museum of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong ...full story

24th April 2009

“The discussion is always at least semi-intellectual,” added a woman named Marilyn, who works for a Hong Kong bank. A local art dealer from New Zealand lurched abruptly forward. “I don't come here, but my artists do,” she slurred, emitting a typhoon of ...full story

21st April 2009

He died in Hong Kong in 1991. An educator as well as artist, Lin is considered a pioneer of a school of Chinese art that blends traditional aesthetics with European compositions and use of color. In 2007, the Hong Kong Museum of Art honored him with a ...full story

19th April 2009

This will be the artist's first solo exhibition in Hong Kong and will showcase new paintings, works on paper, photographs and ceramic works. The exhibition will take place during Art HK 09 and will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue with ...full story

12th April 2009

More than one-third of the Asian contemporary art went unsold at auctions in Hong Kong last fall. In Beijing's once-bustling 798 art district, more than 60 of the nearly 200 galleries have closed their doors. But on Monday, a warm breeze began to blow. ...full story

10th April 2009

Known as "the King of Kowloon," Tsang prefigured generations of graffiti artists by tagging the walls of Hong Kong from 1955 until his death in 2007. Tsang asserted that England's 156-year rule of Hong Kong had robbed him of his rightful inheritance. ...full story

9th April 2009

"Barcode + Sound: Traces of Invisible Codes," an exhibit created by Hong Kong-based artist Mae Leong, made its appearance in the College Union's Kinetic Gallery on March 30. Leong addresses the issue of globalization in the world throughout the exhibit ...full story

8th April 2009

The Deputy Director of Leisure and Cultural Services (Culture), Mr Chung Ling-hoi, today (April 7) attended a signing ceremony at the Hong Kong Museum of Art on an agreement for a joint venture with Louis Vuitton and the Fondation Louis Vuitton pour la ...full story

8th April 2009

Its biannual Asia sales in Hong Kong, often seen as a weather vane for the Chinese art market, was characterized this time round by a far smaller, more realistically priced selection. While demand was still weak for lesser objects, the appetite among ...full story

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