Art

At Venice Biennale’s Hong Kong pavilion, a chimera of contradictions in sculpted wood and 3D printing — South China Morning Post

Read more at the South China Morning Post

— by Enid Tsui: A haphazard barricade blocks the way between the reception area and the main exhibition space inside the Hong Kong pavilion at the Venice Biennale international art fair, forcing bewildered visitors to retreat outside and use a different entrance.

After they make their way from the side room into the main section, where they find themselves standing on the other side of the barricade, it will dawn on them that there is only a single, meandering piece of artwork in the entire building…

Image courtesy of the South China Morning Post

May 12, 2019 — 19:00

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