Daniel Lippitsch

Daniel Lippitsch

Daniel Lippitsch is an art consultant and independent art critic based in Hong Kong and the UK. He advises multinationals and private collectors in Europe and Asia on their art programmes and collection strategies. Daniel regularly publishes on Western and Eastern contemporary art, as well as on developments in the art market.
Venice Biennale Visiting the 57th Biennale di Venezia

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This year’s Biennale di Venezia not only showcased a modest display of the current state of contemporary art, but created attention through a lack of qualitatively curated and presented satellite shows, which unfortunately drew attention from the strong...

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Jisan Ahn - A life on the Ocean Wave, 2016 The Impermanence of Memory – An Interview with Jisan Ahn

After his sojourns in Europe, artist Jisan Ahn, originally from Busan, South Korea returned to his homeland to live and work in the country’s capital, Seoul. According to Ahn, the time was well spent studying and working in Amsterdam, however the memory and...

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Reflection Model (Perfect Bliss), 2010-2012 The Architectural Fragility of Takahiro Iwasaki

In Japanese contemporary art, there is a desire for an aesthetic simplicity which reveals itself most evidently in the works of Takahiro Iwasaki. Iwasaki, who has been selected to represent Japan at the 57th Biennale di Venezia, opening May 2017, finds...

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