BARRON’S | The Armory Show Aims to Spark ‘Critical Dialogue’

Feb 28, 2018 | by Abby Schultz Zhu Jinshi, Mistaken Dream of the Lotus Pond, 2014, oil on canvas, triptych, presented by Pearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong, at The Armory Show. ILLUSTRATION: COURTESY OF PEARL LAM GALLERIES     Two weeks before The Armory Show was to open its doors, Nicole Berry, the new executive

ARTLYST | Luke Heng: After Asphodel – Singapore Artist Profile – Eva Wong Navan

Feb 11, 2018 | by Eva Wong Navan   Pearl Lam Galleries, Singapore, is situated at Gillman Barracks, one of Singapore’s several art hubs. There, Heng’s current exhibition is entitled, ‘After Asphodel’. Asphodel is a plant often associated with death. In the Greek Underworld, the Asphodel Meadow—a liminal space—is where souls are sent to live

ArtLyst | Singapore Art Week: The Last Word – Paul Carter Robinson

Jan 31, 2018 | by Paul Carter Robinson   Day three: Off to a David Lachapelle exhibition at Pearl Lam Gallery in yet another converted barracks. This time the spaces have been converted to art galleries, design centres, antique shops and a variety of delectable restaurants. Pearl Lam is a world-class international gallery with branches in

CITY WEEKEND | Art Review: Inexplicable at Pearl Lam Galleries

Wed, Jul 19, 2017 04:25 PM | by Niesha Davis   18 Chinese artists explore societal changes in China   Since embracing global capitalism in the 1980’s China has become a global force to be reckoned with, now boosting the second largest economy in the world. This great leap forward hasn’t been without cultural shifts

OCULA | Ged Quinn at Pearl Lam Galleries

Jul 5, 2017 | by Elliat Albrecht     A former Liverpool rock musician with notable 1980s hits to his name, British artist Ged Quinn (b. 1963, UK) now comes off as an avid reader. Among the literary references in his current exhibition of paintings—Rose, Cherry, Iron Rust, Flamingoat Pearl Lam Gallery in Hong Kong

Time Out Hong Kong | Raw Intent

Time Out Hong Kong | 18-31 May 2016 | Art and Culture | ‘Raw Talent’ | by Hannah Hodson From working in a shed in the back of his parents’ garden to winning the BP Portrait Award, Antony Micallef’s career has gone from strength to strength. The artist discuss his latest exhibition with Hannah Hodson from Time

SCMP | Solo Hong Kong exhibition for British paint-throwing artist

Antony Micallef, winner of second place at the prestigious BP Portrait Award in 2000, likens his practice to trying to control a huge wave of water, with results that are far from predictable PUBLISHED : Monday, 16 May, 2016, 11:45am Read more on:


CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART AT TEFAF 2016 BY PAUL LASTER New to TEFAF 2016 is Pearl Lam Galleries, which has locations in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore. Lam is showing lacquered, monochromatic paintings by artist Su Xiaobai and abstract expressionistic canvases by painter Zhu Jinshi, both hailing from China. “TEFAF is one of the most interesting art fairs,” Pearl Lam stated,

Tendencias del Mercado del Arte | ‘Pearl Lam: la perla de Asia’

Portrait of Pearl Lam. Heredera de una familia ligada a la banca de Hong Kong, Pearl Lam se reencontró con sus raíces chinas tras vivir en Occidente. Ser consciente del rico legado cultural de su país le hizo convertirse en adalid del arte contemporáneo chino. Hoy es una de las mujeres más influyentes del mundo