OCULA | Leonardo Drew at Pearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong

In 1988, Leonardo Drew arguably found his artistic voice with his seminal work Number 8. Using rope, animal hide, raccoon skull and a dead bird, Number 8 is a black mass of detritus, which hangs from the wall like a curtain of darkness. With this work in mind, and the thoughts of destruction and decay

JING DAILY | Interview: Pearl Lam of Pearl Lam Galleries

  With a purple pouf and a penchant for extravagance, gallerist Pearl Lam is practically an icon in China’s contemporary art scene. For the past 10 years, she has been a source of fascination for Western media, who have unveiled her jaw-dropping luxurious home furnishings and Chinese contemporary art collection and have dissected her more

Wall Street International | ‘Leonardo Drew’

Wall street International has published a post of Leonardo Drew. Pearl Lam Galleries Pedder Building is delighted to present the first solo exhibition of works by Leonardo Drew in Asia, running from 13 November–31 December, 2015. The show comprises of 13 new works by the Brooklyn-based American artist, which will see the introduction of applied

Creators Project – Vice | ‘Colossal Wood Sculptures Track Death and Regeneration’

The Creators Project has published a post of interview with Leonardo Drew. A massive hanging black sculpture made of wood, paper, rope, a raccoon skull, and dead bird feathers emerges in abstract expressionist sculptor Leonardo Drew’s seminal 1989 woodwork, Number 8. It draws from Drew’s personal history, referencing Jackson Pollock’s all-over drip paintings, and Piet

Hong Kong Tatler | Pearl Lam Galleries Arrives at The Expo Chicago

Hong Kong Tatler has published a post about Pearl Lam Galleries at The Expo Chicago. The critically acclaimed Pearl Lam Galleries will debut at Expo Chicago in September 2015. This exhibition marks the gallery’s first presentation at an art fair in the United States. Intended to stimulate cross-cultural dialogue on modern art between east and west, the

artBahrain | Form, Gesture, Feeling: Robert Motherwell 1915-1991: A Centennial Exhibition

ArtBahrain has published a post about Form, Gesture, Feeling: Robert Motherwell 1915-1991: A Centennial Exhibition at Pearl Lam Galleries Hong Kong. “This exhibition celebrates Pearl Lam Galleries long standing commitment to presenting abstract art and exploring it’s disparate international origins, I feel privileged to bring to Asia for the first time a solo show of works

HK Magazine | Behind the scenes at street art exhibition Hidden Street

HK Magazine has published a post about Pearl Lam Galleries Soho exhibition, Hidden Street. Stepping into Pearl Lam Galleries during the initial stages of street art community project Hidden Street is a profound insight into the desires and motivations of the nine young artists involved in this show. The floor is covered with protective paper, the