Detail from “Ground Invading Figure #22”, Cui Jie (2015). This work belongs to Mimi Brown, one of the four women collectors featured in “Curve of Buoyancy” at Duddell's. Photo: Courtesy of Cui Jie Detail from “Ground Invading Figure #22”, Cui Jie (2015). This work belongs to Mimi Brown, one of the four women collectors featured in “Curve of Buoyancy” at Duddell's. Photo: Courtesy of Cui Jie
Detail from “Ground Invading Figure #22”, Cui Jie (2015). This work belongs to Mimi Brown, one of the four women collectors featured in “Curve of Buoyancy” at Duddell's. Photo: Courtesy of Cui Jie
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Is art show of 4 women collectors’ works sexist or does it give much-needed visibility to women patrons?

  • ‘Curve of Buoyancy’ at Duddell’s in Hong Kong features 16 paintings, sculptures and videos from the collections of four women
  • One collector says she took part because for too long art history has been swayed by the patronage of men

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Detail from “Ground Invading Figure #22”, Cui Jie (2015). This work belongs to Mimi Brown, one of the four women collectors featured in “Curve of Buoyancy” at Duddell's. Photo: Courtesy of Cui Jie Detail from “Ground Invading Figure #22”, Cui Jie (2015). This work belongs to Mimi Brown, one of the four women collectors featured in “Curve of Buoyancy” at Duddell's. Photo: Courtesy of Cui Jie
Detail from “Ground Invading Figure #22”, Cui Jie (2015). This work belongs to Mimi Brown, one of the four women collectors featured in “Curve of Buoyancy” at Duddell's. Photo: Courtesy of Cui Jie
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