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Federal Art Project

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After a search involving the internet and private detectives, Charles Pollock, creator of the iconic Sling Back Chair, is back in business with the new CP Chair. Khuroum Bukhari talks with Jerry Helling, president of Bernhardt Design, to find out how Pollock was brought back into the creative fold

Friday, 2 November, 2012, 2:23pm 1 comment

wacky faces

Surrealist painter whose life was as weird as his art

Salvador Dali was a Spanish surrealist artist known for his weird paintings. Dali didn't paint things as they appear in real life. His work reflects the odd, unconnected nature of dreams - nothing looks like it does when we are awake.

9 Jul 2008 - 12:00am

Right Click

Interactive new media works based on Open Source programming and technology by Daniel Shiffman (US), Joshua Minor (US) and mirco+playground (Taiwan). Includes Shiffman's Swarm (above), a video installation inspired by Jackson Pollock's technique of pouring paint. Mon-Fri, 10am-8pm, Sat-Sun, noon-7pm, Kapok Gallery, B/F, 9 Dragon Rd, Tin Hau. Inquiries: 9645 1104. Ends Jun 13

29 May 2007 - 12:00am

Two conductors find harmony in anarchic work

Earle Brown is Jackson Pollock in sound: random, scattered, shocking, surprising, messy, anarchic, free, expressive and abstract.

11 Apr 2004 - 12:00am

Abstract impression of a French artist

The show Beyond Image at the Museum of Art shows the large-format work of a man who is apparently one of France's best-known abstract artists.

It is intended to encourage a spiritual response, yet the first reaction of many in Hong Kong is likely to be 'Olivier who?'.

7 May 1998 - 12:00am

Such a tart remark by critic of art

THE world of art offers refuge to all sorts. So at yesterday's preview of Art Asia there was this couple doing the rounds of the stands.

To any layman, it was instantly obvious that he was well-seasoned in the art gallery scene, while she was an innocent abroad on the subject.

19 Nov 1993 - 12:00am