All posts tagged: Andrew Luk

Asia Art Archive 2021 Annual Fundraiser Preview Exhibition 

Asia Art Archive 2021 Annual Fundraiser Preview Exhibition This year’s auction features work by artists including Birdhead, Luis Chan, Elizabeth and Iftikhar Dadi, Simryn Gill, Jeff Koons, Andrew Luk, Sopheap Pich, Song Dong, Angela Su, Charwei Tsai, and Cecilia Vicuña. Oct 20 to 23, 2021 Christie’s Hong KongThe James Christie Room22/F Alexandra House18 Chater Road, Central http://www.aaa2021auction.com We are delighted to invite you to the preview exhibition of AAA’s 2021 Annual Fundraiser. Registration is not required for regular viewing hours as listed. Wed, Oct 20, 12nn–5.30pmThu, Oct 21, 10.30am–5.30 pmFri, Oct 22, 10.30am–5.30pmSat, Oct 23, 10.30am–3pm There are over forty-five works generously donated by artists, individual donors, institutions and galleries from across the globe for the auction this year. An essential source of funding for AAA, proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards building our library and research collections on the history of contemporary art in Asia and keeping the materials free and accessible for all. We look forward to seeing you at Christie’s Hong Kong. For bidders, online bidding will open from Oct 12 at 12 noon until Oct 29 at …

Andrew Luk 陸浩明 & Samuel Swope

By Brady Ng / More than a decade ago, futurists and techno-hobbyists started to pronounce with unalloyed confidence that drones would upend the way we live. Aside from widely publicised use cases for the military, law enforcement and surveillance, the proposition was that they could also provide entertainment through photography or as general playthings, while others could automate tasks for us, like robotic cleaners or all-seeing autonomous security guards that watch over homes from above. As social and cultural developments iterate and unfold, technological advancements that ostensibly make our lives easier come with strings attached. Yet the overarching concern is velocity – prosperity and power await the first to switch zero to one. The cultural theorist and philosopher Paul Virilio described this condition as “dromology”, likening the evolution of society and culture to a race. Hong Kong-based artists Andrew Luk and Samuel Swope have teamed up for a project that unpacks Virillo’s observation. To make their point, the duo built a racetrack for drones in de Sarthe’s gallery space. Luk and Swope sound like architects …

「阿輝」A’fair

By Aaina Bhargava / In the midst of Wan Chai, a neon pink roller shutter poses a seemingly innocent question: “What did you dream of last night?” Reading like an ad, a phone number and website, halfdream.org, are listed above and beneath the question. Surrounded by an eclectic mix of shops plastered with flyers and notices, bustling Hennessy Road might be the last place you’d expect to see Chicago-based Hong Kong artist Doreen Chan’s ongoing project Half Dream (Promotion 1, Hong Kong) (2020). She invites people to recall their dreams and subsequently transforms them into an art work. Surreal in spirit and content, the work marks the beginning of an equally unexpected occurrence. What once was a Japanese restaurant became, for a fleeting moment, a pop-up exhibition, A’fair. Outfitted with jagged edges, dirt, partly pulled-out floor tiles and exposed brick walls, the space’s former function was only hinted at by remnants of white, ceramic-like, fan-patterned tiles. The gritty impact of the unfinished, rough-hewn interiors was intensified by a series of sculptural installations. Raw, visceral and fleeting – it lasted just four …

Cheung Yee, Angela Su, Manuel Bravo, Danh Vo, Andrew Luk, Wong Kai Kin and Carolee Schneemann at Dai Bing

Dai Bing presents: Body Works, Body Shop, Body Parts A show of anatomical bits and bobs including paintings and sculpture at Hong Kong’s newest bar serving tall drinks and pesticos. 52 Bonham Strand WestSheung WanT (852) 9838 4438Mo-Su 6.30 to 11.30pm #大冰 #DaiBing52 #LongDrinks #ArtisanIce #CraftIce #IceFromLoveland InstagramFacebook

C. Spencer Yeh

Dec 9 – Feb 10 Opening: Saturday, Dec 9  Solo show.   Empty Gallery 18th & 19th Floor Grand Marine Center, 3 Yue Fung Street, Tin Wan T (852) 2563 3396 Email Web Tu-Sa 11am to 7pm Founded by Stephen Cheng, Empty Gallery showcases both established and emerging artists alongside a program of pioneering multimedia commissions, performances and music. With a special commitment to ephemeral, time-based and non-object-oriented practices, Empty Gallery is committed to fostering conversation across cultural, geographic, and medium-specific boundaries while serving as a regional hub for the flourishing East Asian art scene. Represented artists Amit Desai Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon Tishan Hsu Hans-Henning Korb Takashi Makino Other Artists Xavier Cha Takeshi Murata Catherine Christer Hennix Susanne Winterling C. Spencer Yeh Art Fairs 2018 The Armory Show, New York, March 2018 Frieze, New York, May 2018

Andrew Luk

Practice de Sarthe Gallery Hong Kong Sep 2 – 9, 2017 John Batten Andrew Luk’s short exhibition Practice was the culmination of the Hong Kong artist’s month-long summer residency at de Sarthe Gallery. Given a large section of the gallery to use as a working studio, Luk collected a range of material to produce mixed-media installation pieces, some directly integrating with different physical parts of the gallery. The result was an exhibition with a rawness that was embellished by the finished beauty of the wall-based pieces (his Horizon Scan and Catalyst Kit series), alongside experimentations that successfully moved from studio idea to resolved sculptural form. The main installation Black Square Problem Setting (we’re talking about practice) references Russian artist Kazimir Malevich’s minimal painting Black Square (1915), which, radically for the time, was free from all content. Malevich commented: “I transformed myself in the zero of form and emerged from nothing to creation, that is, to Suprematism, the new realism in painting, to non-objective creation.” Luk evolves Malevich’s idea, literally putting the audience back into the picture by building a functional …

Andrew Luk

Sep 2 – 9 Opening: Friday, Sep 2, 5 – 7pm The gallery is pleased to announce Practice, a solo exhibition by Andrew Luk (b.1988) concluding the inaugural de Sarthe Artist Residency (deSAR). The show features all new work and explores themes of violence, entropy, preservation, and the relationship between civilization and nature, as well as the dynamics of the gallery residency itself.   de Sarthe Gallery 20/F Global Trade Square, No. 21 Wong Chuk Hang Road T (852)2167 8896 Email Web Tu-Sa 11am – 7pm de Sarthe Gallery was founded in 1977 in Paris, later establishing galleries in America and most recently in Hong Kong and Beijing. In the Hong Kong space, the gallery represents and exhibits a diverse spectrum of international artists, from important French Impressionists to Asian and Western modern and Post-War masters to a new generation of emerging artists. Represented artists: Ju Anqi Liang Ban, Lin Jingjing Lu Xinjian Lin Zhipeng, Ma Sibo Wang Guofeng Wang Xin Zhou Wendou