In the first solo exhibition by a woman artist representing Taiwan at the Venice Biennale, Cheang questions the legal and visual regimes that have shaped sexual and gender norms over time.
A comic artist tells a story of trans lives in one of China’s most important cities.
Photographer Peter Steinhauer spent two decades photographing the traditional bamboo scaffolding that endures in Hong Kong.
Carol May’s sculpture “Unhappy Meal” was on view at Hong Kong’s Harbour Art Fair when cleaners threw it out, destroying it.
Adjacent installations by Pio Abad and Shen Shaomin at the fair offer cautionary tales on the perils of communism and the evils of neoliberalism.
HONG KONG — A nine-and-a-half-minute video created a stir here when it opened on the giant LED façade of the International Commerce Centre tower.
HONG KONG — Add Oil Team is the name of the artist duo of Sampson Wong Yu-hin and Jason Lam Chi-fai, whose most recent work, “Our 60-Second Friendship Begins Now” — aka, the “Countdown Machine” — has sparked a firestorm of controversy, both locally and abroad.
HONG KONG — Optimism is the new normal among artists from Myanmar, and with good reason.
The protests in Hong Kong and Ferguson, like so many others, were both characterized by a strong presence of artists. Members from both communities are now rallying to save these creations.
China has been detaining citizens across the mainland who express solidarity with the Umbrella Revolution, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported. Since September 22, police have held more than 30 people, including several artists, and have questioned many more.
Art has played a role in the Umbrella Movement since day one, from public art installations like Stand By You: ‘Add Oil’ Machine to a Facebook competition to design the movement’s logo.
Glass tubes twisted into typography and pictorial designs have hummed on the streets of Hong Kong since the 1950s.