Exhibition Review

Chris Chong Chan Fui’s ‘Devices’ at Chan + Hori Contemporary

From AsianArtNews (Volume 29 Number 1 2019)

Written by Tessa Moldan

Devices, a solo exhibition by Malaysian artist Chris Chong Chan Fui tells the tale of one of the world’s most unusual commodities: Edible Bird’s Nest (EBN). Revered for their supposed health properties, the nests of swiftlets are harvested from especially constructed ‘bungalows’ in Malaysia to satisfy market demand in Indonesia and Thailand, which own 70 and 20 percent of the industry market share respectively, with Malaysia owning a comparatively miniscule six per cent.

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THE ARTS
Devices
Born and raised in Malaysia, Chris Chong Chan Fui is an established artist internationally. Having exhibited in London, Paris and Austria, here’s a chance to see his works in Chan + Hori Contemporary, Singapore.

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General Info:

WHEN: 23 JANUARY 2019 ONWARDS
WHERE: CHAN + HORI CONTEMPORARY, SINGAPORE

Article posted on 3 JANUARY 2019

Link to Chan + Hori Contemporary Artist Exhibition : link


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Review: Chris Chong Chan Fui's "Botanic Endemic"

ArtHop by Junni Chen

Tucked away in the back corner of Chan + Hori Contemporary is a low table, framed against a broad window opening up to dense, tropical foliage. It is an irony that this should be the setting of Chris Chong’s Endemic (2015) series of work—amidst lush, organic matter, Chong’s hard, plasticky, and bulbous flowers sit.

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General Info:

Exhibition Dates: Botanic: Endemic, 29 June - 23 July 2017, at Chan + Hori Contemporary, 6 Lock Road

Article posted on 20/07/2017

Link to Chan + Hori Contemporary Artist Exhibition : link

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