An interview with Oscar Ho, who had recently resigned as Curatorial Director of Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) after just 9 months on the job. Speaking of his career from 1990s on, first as Exhibition Director of Hong Kong Art Centre and then as Curatorial Director for MOCA, he accepts that he had been in “best positions, at the best of all times”.
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Chinese - Traditional

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5 Oct 2005

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Hong Kong Economic Times, 5 Oct 2005, p. C5

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