Cristina Sanchez-Kozyreva

Robin Rhode

Lehmann Maupin | Hong Kong

October 2014

Contradictions abound when street-art interventions turn up in a gallery space. But South African–born, Berlin-based artist Robin Rhode succeeds in this context, bringing genuine impulsiveness to his first Hong Kong show. Mainly focusing … READ ON


Paul Chan


August 2014

This twenty-four-room exhibition surveys Paul Chan’s sculptures, videos, animations, drawings, and projections, as well as his often-political ruminations on life and death. Though he appears to keep his art-making and activism mostly … READ ON


Michael Williams

Galerie Eva Presenhuber | Löwenbräu-Areal

July 2014

A never-declining artistic medium—painting—is granted yet another harlequin incarnation in Michael Williams’s latest exhibition, where his compositions bring together large-format ink-jet, airbrush, and acrylic on canvas, as well as … READ ON


“Ten Million Rooms of Yearning. Sex in Hong Kong”

Para Site

July 2014

Sex is messy. Establishing a correlation between high population density and a diversity of carnal urges, “Ten Million Rooms of Yearning. Sex in Hong Kong” is a five-venue show spread across town that addresses an arguably decreasing … READ ON


Shao Yinong and Muchen

10 Chancery Lane Gallery

June 2014

Banknotes are memories. In “Spring and Autumn,” Shao Yinong and Muchen present part of their embroidered replicas of obsolete banknotes on large-scale transparent black silk that suggest the fleeting nature of power and its effect on … READ ON


Xu Bing

Taipei Fine Arts Museum

March 2014

Xu Bing left China in the wake of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests and moved to the United States, where he infused themes of cultural transference into his linguistically sensitive work. Weeks before his relocation, however, he initiated… READ ON