Saturday, 13 October 2012

White Cube and Galerie Perrotin

Last week, escaping from the boring process of looking for jobs, I went to White Cube and Galerie Perrotin located in 50 Connaught Road to see their latest exhibitions. White Cube chose Hong Kong as a place to open their first gallery in Asia. I haven't been to their space in London, so I am curious about how their space in Hong Kong looks like. They are now showing Cerith Wyn Evans's "Grace to be born and live as variously as possible...". I love the title of the show. It provides much room for imagination. But the artworks are not really provoking.

'Grace to be born and live as variously as possible...', White Cube Hong Kong - Cerith Wyn Evans - 28 September - 17 November 2012 - 55453
    © White Cube

The reason that I went to Galerie Perrotin was because of JR. He finally brought Inside Out Project to Hong Kong. 16 large-scale black and white portraits are visible from the gallery which on the 17th floor of 50 Connaught Road. JR also set up a photo booth inside the gallery. Visitors can make their own portraits and get printed posters afterwards. He believes that art can make changes to the society. I think this is why art needs to exist. 

   © Galerie Perrotin

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Friday, 5 October 2012

Back to Hong Kong

After one-year study in Birmingham and 20-day travel to Europe, I am now back to Hong Kong. Everything seems strange and unfamiliar. I have used to live independently overseas, it's hard to readjust my mental state in Hong Kong. But anyway, before I can get away from my current situation, my first priority is to find a job. I saw a post by artist Simon Birch that Future Industries is looking for an intern. They focus on developing projects with both emerging and established artists. I saw some of their great exhibitions before like Hope & Glory, Laughing With a Mouth Full of Blood and Tribe of Many Colors. Really hope that I can join their team.

                                     © Daydreaming with...

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