The archive: As a concept/resource/form

Claire Hsu – Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong, Founder and Executive Director, talks about the crucial role of archiving in contemporary art history and art practices. Asia Art Archive in a short period of time has become one of the most important art related projects in Asia. Based in Hong Kong, AAA is a young and dynamic organization initiated in 2000 as a direct response to the increasing number of Asian contemporary art exhibitions and events worldwide. It is the first art education centre and library of its kind, with...

Preserving & managing your artwork

American artist and museum professional, Josh Harris, talks about how to preserve and manage the artworks under museum standards. A question and answer workshop for artists, gallerists, and Museum professionals on how to invest in making your artwork safe and accessible for the future. He will be giving a presentation on traditional versus contemporary art and the standards for exhibiting, storing and crating artwork using archival materials and museum standard practices. Josh Harris has been working in Museums and on exhibitions for nearly 10 years. Since working at the Asia...

Blink

‘Blink’, making the statement, claiming the space and showcasing the talent.

Guided Tour: Time ligaments

In this exhibition nine perspectives grapple with the persisting memories of a country, of a particular space, where the past stubbornly weaves a lingering thread in the literal and mental landscape of the everyday.

Time ligaments

In this exhibition nine perspectives grapple with the persisting memories of a country, of a particular space, where the past stubbornly weaves a lingering thread in the literal and mental landscape of the everyday.