I always thought that the galleries in the Pedder Building would focus on contemporary, modern art - and so I was surprised to see so many classic paintings and drawings at the Gagosian Gallery recently. They looked like old classics, and then I realised that they were works by the famous painter Balthus. Balthus used… Continue reading Art exhibition: Balthus at the Gagosian Gallery
One visit to the Pedder Street building provides a lot of input for several blog posts... there are so many galleries in the building, there's always something new to see and discover. This time, my recent visit uncovered a new gallery that I have never visited before: Hanart TZ Gallery. This is one of the… Continue reading Art exhibition: Landscape as Cultural Self-portrait at Hanart TZ Gallery
While I just barely managed to write in time about yesterday's last day of the Vik Muniz exhibition, I clearly missed the boat on the Blackwelder one at the Gagosian Gallery. That happens easily when you have a small baby at home and are busy entertaining overseas visitors! Last week I saw so many great… Continue reading Art exhibition: Blackwelder at the Gagosian Gallery
Quick - today is the last day of another great exhibition at the Ben Brown Fine Arts Gallery in the Pedder Building. It is the second exhibition that I've visited there (after Tseng Kwong Chi at the end of 2014) and again, I am really fascinated by it. The exhibition called 'Album' by Vik Muniz… Continue reading Art exhibition: Vik Muniz at Ben Brown Fine Arts
I think I've found my favourite exhibition in Hong Kong this year - it's at the Ben Brown Fine Arts Gallery in the Pedder Building. When I walked in, I had no idea what to expect and I was blown away. I had no idea who Tseng Kwong Chi and at a first glance, I… Continue reading Tseng Kwong Chi at Ben Brown Art Gallery
A quick review of the Jeff Koons exhibition that ran until December 20, 2014 in Hong Kong.