Selected Bibliography
(Please refer to biography for exhibition catalogues)

Artist book / monographs

Mario Cresi(ed), Future Images, Milan: Motta, 2010, pp160-161.
June Yap, "Review: Leung Chi Wo at the Goethe-Institut", Asian Art News, May/June 2009, pp.120-121.
Koon Yee-wan, “Visual Arts: Review Warren Leung”, Muse, Mar 2009, pp.85-87.
Gèrard Henry, “Leung Chi Wo: Asia’s World City”, PAROLES, Mar/Apr 2009 No. 217, p.22.
Bourree Lam, “HK Sound Station”, TimeOut Hong Kong, Feb 16, 2009
Lara Day, “In the name of Victoria”, TimeOut Hong Kong, Jan 5, 2009, p.55.
Vivian Chan, “Preview”, South China Morning Post, Dec 11, 2008
Clare Morin, “Interview: Leung Chi Wo”, TimeOut Hong Kong, May 2008.
Philip Tinari & Mario Ciampi, Artists in China, London: Verba Volant, 2007, pp.379-387, 445
Nadim Abbas, “Review”, ArtAsiaPacific, No.55, Sept/Oct 2007, p.171.
David Phair, “Home Truth, South China Morning Post, Mar 27, 2007
Michael Sullivan, Modern Chinese Artists: A Biographical Dictionary, Berkeley: UC Press, 2006, p.77
Frank Vigneron, “I Like Hong Kong VI : Dé/territorialisation au bristrot”, PAROLES, Nov / Dec 2006 No. 205.
Samantha Culp, “Cantonese Accent”, South China Morning Post, Sept 12, 2006.
Richard Vine, “Report from Guangzhou: Cities on the Make”, Art in America, Sept 2006, pp.71-75.
Katie Lau, “Lost and found in space”, Weekend Standard, Sept 9-10, 2006, pp38-39.
Jaspar Lau, “No ‘Local’ is an Island”, Yishu, Vol.5, No.2, Summer/June 2006, pp.85-91.
Zoë Shearman, “Reviews”, a-n Magazine, Mar 2006, p.9.
Kelvin Chan, "From a distance: homing in on what it means to be a migrant", South China Morning Post, February 12, 2006.
John Clark, "A Spectacle of Questions", Asian Art News, Jan/Feb 2006, pp.68-72
Jonathan Thomson, “The Negative Horizon”, Asian Art News, Jan/Feb 2004, pp.54-59.
Hou Hanru, “The City and the Artists”, Flash Art, March/April 2002, pp.91-92
Danny Huppatz, “Leung Chi Wo’s Open City”, ArtAsiaPacific, Issue 36, Oct/Nov/Dec 2002, pp.58-63
Alice Ming Wai Jim, “Notes from Hong Kong”, Flash Art, March/April 2002, pp.93-94
Danny Huppatz, “Roundup from Hong Kong”, Log Illustrated, issue 15, 2002.
Joan Kee, “Inertia Reels: Mobility in Hong Kong Video”, Afterimage, Jan/Feb, 2002.
Johan Pijnappel, “Asia At Venice”, Asian Art News, Jan/Feb 2002, pp.58-61.
Chang Tsong-zung, “Outer Landscapes And Inner Dreams”, Asian Art News, Jan/Feb 2002, pp.65-67.
Monica Dematté, “Chinese Artists at the Venice Biennale Then and Now”, Chinese-art.com, vol. 4, issue 4, 2001.
Marcia E. Vetrocq, “Biennale Babylon - Venice Biennale 2001”, Art in America, Sept 2001.
Pat Binder & Gerhard Haupt, “Tour of the Biennial”, Universes in Universe, June 2001.
John Clark, “Asian Artists at the 2001 Venice”, International Institute for Asian Studies Newsletter Online, No. 26, 2002.
Chang Ju-ping, “Hong Kong heads to Biennale”, Taipei Times Online, May 8, 2001.
Elaine Ng, “Let's Hear it for the ‘Shanghai Spirit’!” videotage.org.hk, 2001.
Charis Dunn-Chan, “Asian art flavours Venice Biennale”, BBC News Online, June 13, 2001.
“Asian Artists in the 49th Venice Biennale” (Japanese), AsianArt.Net.com, July 2001.
Muriel Rive, “49ste Biennale in Venetie toont verleidelijke kunst met diepgang”, De Museumkrant, edition 45, 2001.
Hajo Schiff, “Unterbrochene Träume”, Die Tageszeitung, June 19, 2001.
Hilary Binks, “A Larger Identity”, Asian Art News, Sept/Oct 2001, pp.70-73.
Josette Balsa, “Biennale de Venise: premiers pas de Hong Kong”, PAROLES, Sept/Oct 2001, pp.4-8.
Richard Vine, Report from Shanghai: After Exoticism, Art in America, July 2001, p30.
Alice Ming Wai Jim, “Hong Kong Artists at the Venice Biennale”, South China Morning Post, June 8, 2001
Phoebe Man, “Contemporary Art in the Venice Biennale”, PS, No.15, Autumn 2001, p.18.
Jaspar Lau Kin-wah, “From Hong Kong to the World/ from Art Science to Aesthetic Reflections on Hong Kong’s Participation in the 49th Venice Biennale”, PS, No. 15, Autumn 2001, p.24.
Franco Fanelli and Jonathan Napack, “The national pavilions at the Venice Biennale”, The Art Newspaper.com, June 2001.
Aigner, Claudia, “Wolken am Bauch kraulen”, Wiener Zeitung, October 19, 2001.
Clarke, David, “The Culture of a Border Within: Hong Kong Art and China”, Art Journal, Vol.59, No.2, Summer 2000, pp.88-101.
Misul Segae (Korean), Vol. 189, 8/2000, pp.44-47.
Clarke, David, “Para/Site Art Space: Installation and Cultural Identity in Hong Kong”, Third Text, No.50, Spring 2000, pp.73-86.
Cotter, Holland, "A Condensed International Melange", New York Times, May 26, 2000.
Iwasaki, Hitomi, Leung Chi Wo: Something About City Sky (exhibition brochure), New York: Queens Museum of Art, 2000.
David, Catherine, Hong Kong: Visual Arts and Visual Culture, Berlin: Asian Fine Arts Factory, 1998.
Ho, Tom, “Art Site in Sheung Wan”, Varsity, Jan. 1999, p.24.
Bragge, Anita, “United but apart”, Herald Sun, Melbourne, May 25, 1998.
Simmons, April, “State of the Arts”, Eve, Apr. 1998, pp.55-60.
Cairns, Alice, “Light falls on Leung”, South China Morning Post, March 13, 1998.
Nadel, Alison, “A Site for Building a New Identity”, Asian Wall Street Journal, Sept. 19, 1997.
Cheng, Scarlet, “Light of modern day burns away the dark”, South China Morning Post, Sept. 7, 1997.
Ho, Oscar, “The Long Road Back Home”, ArtAsiaPacific, Aug. 1997, pp.49-53.
Bonduelle, Scarlett R., “Para/Site Manifeste dans la Ville”, PAROLES, Jul. 1996, pp. 8-11.
Williamson, Linda, “Avant Guards”, HK Magazine, Jan 26, 1996, pp.9-11.
To, Hiram, “Trip down memory lane”, South China Morning Post, Jan 18, 1996.
Au, Desiree, “Installation artists find inspiration in derelict Western building”, Hong Kong Standard, Jan 5, 1996.


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