My Highlights from Art Central 2015

William Lim has been the managing director of multidisciplinary architecture and interior design firm CL3 Architects Limited since 1993, and has participated in Lantern Wonderland, the Venice Biennale, and the Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture. He is a member of the Tate’s Asia-Pacific Acquisitions Committee.

My Selection: 

Marc Quinn, Smothered by Desire, 2014, at Human Reproduction


Qin Feng, Angry Angels 10 憤怒的天使 10, 2011, at Galerie du Monde

Feng is a rising Chinese contemporary ink artist. He uses unconventional media, such as tea, in his paintings and creates large size, very intense works.


Nancy Chu WooPaddyfield, 2011, at Contemporary by Angela Li

Nancy Chu Woo is an established artist who has had many museum shows. The work is an abstraction that blends Chinese and Western techniques. I like her use of color.


Bosco LawExhibition #002, 2014, at The Cat Street Gallery

Law is a young artist from Hong Kong. He uses a very fine pen and the amount of detail is incredible.


TamenFlowers Not Flowers, Painting Not Painting, 2014, at Art+ Shanghai Gallery

Tamen is a team of two artists that produce large scale surrealistic paintings. This work is meticulously painted. The contrast between the Chinese painting within the painting and the landscape that the artist within the frame is seeing is mesmerizing.


Miguel Chevalier, Fractal Flowers, 2009, at Puerta Roja

Nobuyoshi ArakiErotos 2013 #02, 1993, at amanasalto

Araki is one of the most important contemporary photographers. This work has an erotic sensual quality and is a beautiful composition.


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