10 Chancery Lane Gallery
10 Chancery Lane Gallery Review
A visit here takes you behind the historic Central Police Station, where walls facing the gallery's distinctive space are still topped by broken glass, a common security measure. Since it opened in 2001, the white-walled gallery has focused on emerging artists from all over the world, with a primary focus on Asia Pacific artists, including Beijing-based performance artist Li Wei. Owner-curator Katie de Tilly has a particularly keen eye for photography, and the gallery often screens multimedia installations featuring the works of established names such as Vietnamese American fine arts photographer Dinh Q. Lê, Australian film director Baz Lurhmann, and pioneering Chinese artist Wang Keping.
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