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Li Xiaofeng is one of my favourite contemporary Chinese artists who work primarily with classical blue and white porcelain and probably the only artist doing his signature style porcelain couture. If I were to invest in art, I’m definitely going for his pieces. Having researched and refined his process for over ten years, Li has […]

Having moved to Hong Kong just a little more than 3 months ago, I haven’t gotten to know the scene as intimately as I had the time and privilege to in Beijing. With new projects like the West Kowloon Cultural District which would put Hong Kong on the international art map as Asia’s authority on […]

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I love the contemporary twist and play on the Chinese language with these then ubiquitous Chinese vehicles now making way for the over 2000 new cars on the road in Beijing every week. Tan’s current toy-like works have an impartial innocence and sense of play, which become a voice for his close and constructive observation […]

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Following the Hubei artist’s success of “Beijing Memory 1 and 2” that he calls “wearable art” made of porcelain shards from the Qing and Ming dynasties strung together by steel, Li was commissioned by Lacoste to do a limited edition design for their Holiday 2010 Collector series complete with the crocodile logo. 20,000 printed polo […]

The Shanghai-based artists’ collective Island 6 is known for their interactive art installation, creating weird and wonderful narratives with LED lights…adding a different dimension to art. They are showing their new pieces at Red Gate Gallery at the Drum Tower, a historic space now becoming a hot tourist spot. My photos didn’t quite turn out […]