A wild ride into the fantastical world of cyperpunk artist Fury, the prints on show explore a girl’s desire to break free from society’s shackles.
The photography of Leo K.K Wong spans decades and styles while at times expressing the emotions of a Chinese literati painter.
Hong Kong-based emerging artist Catherine Grossrieder’s surrealist and humorous works play with nostalgic, hip aesthetics while exploring issues in contemporary society.
Three artists explore the complexity of identity, a line of inquiry that unites their otherwise quite different practices and backgrounds.
‘Points of Departure’ is an exhibit that showcases the works of three Chinese artists who have created their own spin on the appropriation-based processes pioneered by American artists in the 1980s.
De Sarthe’s first artist residency gives local artist Andrew Luk a chance to work in a big space and visitors the chance to see him at work.
Exploring the sentimentality of Chinese culture through the emblem of Miss Hong Kong, this exhibit combines fantasy with feminism and humour.
Grappling with issues pertaining to life and culture in the Pearl River Delta, this is a re-staging of an old -but still very much relevant – exhibit.
This is a vibrant and thoughtful exhibit that showcases works of emerging figures in Zimbabwe’s exciting art scene.
Sophisticated and intricate works by a roster of talented contemporary Chinese artists are brought together to explore time, beauty and the mundane.