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October 29, 2015

Art Basel Hong Kong 2016: The Insights sector

Art Basel Hong Kong 2016: The Insights sector
March, 24-26, 2016

The Insights sector will be dedicated to curatorial projects by 28 galleries with spaces in Asia and the Asia-Pacific region and will feature solo shows, exceptional historical material, and strong thematic group exhibitions. This year’s edition features a particularly strong presentation of Modern work, with around half of the galleries presenting material from this period. This year’s Insights will provide a particularly diverse and in-depth overview of art from across the region with featured artists from Australia, Bangladesh, India, Iran, Japan, Mainland China, South Korea, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Turkey. 

Highlights include eight large photographic works by Michael Cook (b. 1968, Australia), forming a panoramic narrative reflecting on colonial histories and drawing on the artist’s Bidjara heritage, presented by This Is No Fantasy + dianne tanzer gallery (Melbourne); Antenna Space (Shanghai) presents sculpture by artists Guan Xiao (b. 1983, Mainland China) and Yu Honglei (b. 1984, Mainland China) each responding to themes of ‘postproduction’ and ‘reproduction’; a new body of work by Stella Zhang (b. 1965, Mainland China), a continuation of her existing series ‘0-Viewpoint’ and comprising sculptural paintings and an installation, brought to Art Basel by Galerie du Monde (Hong Kong); experimental ink work by Li Huasheng (b. 1944, Mainland China), presented by Ink Studio (Beijing); ceramic sculptures by Kimiyo Mishimo (b. 1932, Japan), many of which will not have previously been seen outside of Japan, brought by MEM (Tokyo); performative video work by Tadasu Takamine (b. 1968, Japan), an artist whose work draws attention to the societal effects of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, presented by Arataniurano (Tokyo); and, brought by Pi Artworks (Istanbul, London), new sculptures by Tayeba Begum Lipi (b. 1969, Bangladesh) reflecting on her childhood, accompanied by video and audio work.

1335Mabini
www.1335mabini.com

Kiri Dalena
Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Gallery EM
www.galleryem.co.kr

Hyemin Lee
White Dream 2015
Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Ink Studio
www.inkstudio.com.cn

Li Huasheng
0699, 2006
Image courtesy: INK studio and the artist.

Lawrie Shabibi
www.lawrieshabibi.com

Farhad Ahrarnia
Intuitive Notion of a Rotation, 2015
Courtesy: The artist and Lawrie Shabibi

Leeahn Gallery
www.leeahngallery.com

Ja Hyun Koo
Untitled, 2012
Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Liang Gallery
www.lianggallery.com

Hsu Chia-Wei
Courtesy of the artist and the gallery


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