This is a review of the show Some Rooms at Osage Kwun Tong (Kowloon, Hong Kong).  It is the second in an annual series of exhibitions that explore collaboration and curatorial process. Ten artists in the Hong Kong show, and four artists in the Shanghai space individually collaborated with one of six curators in the region.  In conjunction with the show's opening was a panel entitled, "The Curator as Collaborator," which opened up for discussion the role of a curator and changing curatorial responsibities. 
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18 – 31 Mar 2009

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TimeOut Hong Kong, 18 – 31 Mar 2009, p. 60

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