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RadioX Interview: Isaac Chong Wai and Angelika Li

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At Art Basel, Asian Collectors Are Back in Force, While Galleries Nudge Asian Artists Into the Spotlight

//Outside the fair, Asian artists are also making their presence known during the week in Basel. Basel-based non-profit outfit PF25, founded by Hong Kong curator Angelika Li, is showing new works by Hong Kong artists Bouie Choi, an artist residency with the non-profit, as well as Ikebana artist Hedy Leung, who recently relocated from Hong Kong to London. The group’s exhibition opening on Tuesday, which is listed on Art Basel’s events list, saw streams of more than 200 locally-based art lovers and visiting collectors.

“The international crowd’s enthusiasm of our artists’ works and their stories from afar are very encouraging for us. We are very touched,” Li said.'//

by Vivienne Chow, June 14, 2023

RADIOX Basel

Radio interview and online coverage - Handwerke - on PF25 cultural projects autumn pop-up 'hands project'. Angelika Li, Hedy Leung, Laura Sattin, Oscar Chan and Lucien Bricola.

by Paul von Rosen online 21 October, 2022

 

ZOLIMA CITY MAG

ANGELIKA LI IS BUILDING A BRIDGE FROM HONG KONG TO BASEL

by Oliver Giles online 1 September, 2022

 

RADIOX Basel 

Interview of Hong Kong artist Isaac Chong Wai and curator Angelika Li on 'Difference/Indifference' a performance at the Cloister of Basler Münster commissioned by Kunsttage Basel

by Danielle Bürgin at Kunstmuseum Basel live on 3 September, 2022 

ZOLIMA CITY MAG

A HONGKONGER IN GERMANY: ISAAC CHONG’S SPHERES OF INTEREST

by Oliver Giles online 10 August, 2022

KUNSTBULLETIN 6/2022

Coverage of exhibition Homeland in Transit: Carried by the Wind

by Stefanie Manthey June, 2022

both printed and online

MINGPAO WEEKLY

Printed magazine published on 19.7.2019

Online on 24.7.2019

https://www.mpweekly.com/culture/art-basel-basel-巴塞爾藝術展-115732

HONG KONG ECONOMIC JOURNAL

BASEL - A CITY OF ART 

Lau Kin Wai

20 June 2019

 

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