From March 21 to March 26, 2016, Art Basel will present its ambitious Film program of over 70 films by and about artists, in Hong Kong. Alongside the selection of short films, the program will also include for the first time five feature-length films: the premiere of ‘Zeng Fanzhi: YOU Art Project’ (2014 – 2015), the Asian premiere of ‘The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg’ (2016), Takashi Murakami’s ‘Jellyfish Eyes’ (2013), William Kentridge's renowned ‘10 Drawings for Projection’ (1989 – 2011), and ‘Poet on a Business Trip’ (2014) by Beijing-based underground filmmaker Ju Anqi.
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Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Observingarts: Art Basel announces details of its Film sector in Hong Kong
Posted by Kristian Folkman at 2:40 PM
Labels: Art Basel, exhibition, film
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