E-FLUX | ZHANG HUAN. In the Ashes of History at the State Hermitage Museum in Russia

The internationally renowned Chinese artist Zhang Huan has created a series of works inspired by the events of the pandemic. Entitled “Love,” the new series has been created specially for the exhibition Zhang Huan: In the Ashes of…

19 Aug 2020

NEW YORK TIMES | A Worldwide Focus on Hong Kong for Art Basel

March 26, 2018 | by Ted Loos     When the art fair Art Basel Hong Kong rolls into town for its sixth presentation from March 29 to March 31, about 248 galleries will be…

04 Apr 2018

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…

01 Mar 2018

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…

12 Feb 2018

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,…

01 Feb 2018

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….

06 Jul 2017

ARTICULATE | Gonkar Gyatso Buddha In Our Times

Articulate | Winter 2016 | Gonkar Gyatso Buddha In Our Times | by Russell Kelty    

15 Jun 2016

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,…

26 May 2016

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 :…

25 May 2016