The No ColorsWilliam Lim Living Collection in Hong Kong

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Edited by: Living Ltd. Texts by: Birgit Donker, Hu Fang, Fionnuala McHugh, Christoph Noe u.a. Graphic Design: Suen Hung-kit Anson English 2014, 392 Pages, 413 Ills. Hardcover 247mm x 176mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-3788-3
I Surprising and informative: a survey of contemporary art from Hong Kong

William Lim discovered his love for art at an early age. A decade ago he began collecting systematically, concentrating on works by emerging contemporary artists from Hong Kong. Lim consistently follows a strategy of challenging his own boundaries on what is considered collectable, questioning the role of a private collector in response to the artists’ creativity and as a bridge to society. Meanwhile, the successful architect also works as an artist and has enriched his hometown by several large-scale, poetic installations.Lim’s private collection, which he also opened up to the public during Art Basel Hong Kong, is now considered one of the city’s cultural highlights. This publication provides insight into a brilliant multimedia collection and acquaints the reader with innovative works by a young generation of Hong Kong-based contemporary artists.


Artists features (selection): Nadim Abbas, Tang Kwok Hin, Tsang Kin-Wah, Lee Kit, Tozer Pak, Kwan Sheung-Chi, Ho Sin Tung, Lam Tung-Pang, Wong Wai-Yin, Kacey Wong, Morgan Wong, and others.


Exhibitions: Chinese Art - the De Heus-Zomer Collection, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam 14.6.–21.9.2014 | Pace New York 10.10.–1.11.2014 | Art Basel Miami Beach 4.–7.12.2014