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Hua Founder stars in HK Tatler Cover Story

Hua Founder stars in HK Tatler Cover Story

Virtual Visionary: How Shanyan Koder Is Taking the Art World Digital In this exclusive Cover Story for Hong Kong Tatler, Hua Founder Shanyan Koder speaks about her passion for fine art and how she foresees the online potential in the art world. Featured in the July issue of Hong Kong Tatler. "It’s no wonder Shanyan Koder has forged an enviable reputation as a trusted adviser to serious art collectors and institutions—after all, she is the daughter of renowned collector Canning Fok. Now the creative London-based entrepreneur is shaking up the art market with a digital revolution." "Shanyan founded Hua, a gallery in...

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Our recent artist trip to Beijing, Taiwan and Hong Kong

Our recent artist trip to Beijing, Taiwan and Hong Kong

Artist Xu Lei with Dagmar Carnevale Lavezzoli, Co-Owner of Hua QIN FENG - Bridging the  ancient meditation of ink and modern action painting  Internationally recognised artist  Qin Feng  was one of the first Chinese artists who experimented with and revolutionised the practice of ink in the 1980s. His work has been collected by prominent international museums including The British Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, amongst others. Qin Feng is also the founder of MOCA Beijing.We are pleased to have introduced Qin Feng to  Blain|Southern London. Exhibition date — July 19th to September 14th. Enquire    XU LEI - Blue...

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Qin Feng at Blain|Southern

Qin Feng at Blain|Southern

In collaboration with our Director, Dagmar Carnevale Lavezzoli, the show will present an engaging artistic dialogue between one of the key figures of the China's avant-garde movement, Qin Feng, and one of the pillars of post-war American abstraction, Ed Moses.

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Inside the Mind of Qu Lei Lei

Inside the Mind of Qu Lei Lei

Hua interviews one of the founders of Contemporary Chinese Art. "As an artist, I believe my ultimate purpose is to make art."

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In The Volcano – Cai Guo-Qiang and Pompeii

In The Volcano – Cai Guo-Qiang and Pompeii

On February 21st, an explosion took place at the ancient remnants of Pompeii’s Roman amphitheater. It was staged and orchestrated by the renowned New York-based Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang, famous for his practice of “painting with explosives”. This is Cai’s second major art project in Italy after City of Flowers in the Sky with the accompanying solo exhibition Flora Commedia at the Uffizi Galleries—which closes on February 17, 2019. The aftermath of this site-specific gunpowder work In the Volcano will become a part of his solo exhibition at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli curated by Jérôme Neutres, writer and curator,...

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