Art & Culture
Christopher DeWolf CNNGo.com 11/10/2010
Alexandra A. Seno The Wall Street Journal 11/09/2010
This week, when Hong Kong’s arts community should be celebrating the selection of the city’s Venice representative—an artist for whom it should be a career highlight—it is instead reeling. A few days ago, citing a technicality, the government’s Arts Development Council called for restarting the application process, which originally closed in August.
The Standard 11/02/2010
HKSAR Government 10/24/2010
JAMIE STENGLE TIME 10/22/2010
Upcoming Event: Cello Recital by Letty Poon at Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall, Oct 30 - Sat at 3pm
Julia Poon Poon's International Arts Management 10/21/2010
Alexandra A. Seno The Wall Street Journal 10/12/2010
James Pomfret Reuters 10/09/2010
Art Daily 10/06/2010
Today, on the 4th day of the seven-day Sotheby’s Hong Kong Autumn 2010 sales series, the sale of Fine Chinese Paintings achieved triumphant results. The sale commanded HK$407 million / US$52.2 million (est. HK$120-174 million / US$15.4-22 million), establishing Sotheby’s Highest-Ever Total for a Various Owners Sale of Fine Chinese Paintings. All but three of the 270 works offered found buyers, which represents and builds on the solid success of our Spring 2010 sale.
Christine Chow The New York Times 10/03/2010
Madeleine O'Dea Artinfo 10/03/2010
Next Monday the fall auction season begins in China with a jam-packed day of sales in Hong Kong. Sotheby’s will begin the market event in the morning with modern and contemporary Southeast Asian paintings, but most collectors will be focused on the afternoon sales, when Sotheby’s and Seoul Auctions will both offer highly-anticipated lots of recent Asian and Western art.
Ben Blanchard, Jonathan Thatcher Reuters 10/02/2010
Adam Majendie Bloomberg.com 10/01/2010
Kevin Ng Financial Times 09/29/2010
Heidi Blake Telegraph 09/28/2010
Hong Kong Ballet’s New Moon programme last weekend was nothing if not ambitious: it included no fewer than six premieres, five of which were created by the company’s own dancers. An expanded version of the company’s annual choreographic workshop programme, it opened just after the Moon Festival (also called the Mid-Autumn Festival), hence the title.
Ria Vaezian CNNGo.com 09/25/2010
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