I had a brief conversation with an art curator in Hong Kong, and while I was still complaining how the Hong Kong government doesn’t seem to be supporting young emerging creatives enough – he answered otherwise. He highlighted an interesting point – which is that the problems we see here in Hong Kong are, if … Continued

Even for someone who is in the industry, I get confused with all the art fairs that are happening during art month here in Hong Kong. Apart from Art Central and Asia Contemporary Art Fair; there is also the 6th Affordable Art Fair to be happening this May. What makes Affordable Art Fair different though, … Continued

I’m an avid solo traveler. I’ve been to Boston, San Francisco, and parts of Japan myself. I believe that traveling alone offers a much more unique experience in comparison to traveling with a group. I can eat whatever, sleep in until whenever, and freely plan as I go. Not to mention, I also get to … Continued

Parisstoicism// fertility// futurism// hope Presenting a collection of abstract pieces which experiments with grace and form; Rick Owens demonstrates his rejection towards normality once again, by inducing unique twists and curves with exclusively developed fabrics including stiff cotton sateen canvas, twill gazar made from a silk and paper yarn and more. Creating special zipped compartments alongside … Continued

For its fourth year, Art Central, in hands with Lead Partner United Overseas Bank, is returning to Central Harborfront at the end of March with 102 international galleries. Maintaining the fair’s strong regional identity, both young and recognized artists are continued to be featured. Charles Ross, Managing Director of Art Central, exclaims that the fair … Continued