After nearly eight years in Britain, the young Shanghai-born artist still speaks in hesitant English, albeit with a faint cockney accent. "Art is always a voice in me, which is pretty cool as I...
The Chapmans have elevated the grotesque into fine art. While it confounds and disgusts, Fionnuala McHugh finds there is humour in madness
Hong Kong on Tuesday joyfully welcomed the return of a giant inflatable rubber duck, which drew tens of thousands of visitors before it was abruptly deflated for maintenance for almost a week.
The reason Ben Brown Fine Arts is holding an exhibition of the portrait paintings and drawings of Frank Auerbach is simple: the 82-year-old figurative painter is one of the most important - and...
Blindspot Gallery’s latest exhibition tells the story of contemporary China – one that is seen through mainland artists who saw the need to have their own independent and critical voice.
With a billion dollars worth of art on offer at their spring auctions in New York, Christie's and Sotheby's are looking to post-war and contemporary works to drive the market this month.
Dissident artist Ai Weiwei has drawn inspiration from the controversy over infant formula in Hong Kong and on the mainland for his new work, which will be unveiled at an exhibition exploring Hong...
Oi!, operated by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department's arts promotion office, will hold its first exhibition on the eve of the city's first Art Basel show in two weeks' time.
The colourful paintings with themes of natural landscapes and animals can be seen in stops at Wan Chai and Taikoo Shing.
One of the more creative projects to emerge in art-obsessed Hong Kong this year is an intriguing installation by architects Eric Schuldenfrei and Marisa Yiu Kar-san, of ESKYIU studio.