The New York Times: Virtual Reality Asserts Itself as an Art Form in Its Own Right
01 May 2018
Virtual Reality is making it's way forward in the Art World. Khora Contemporary is pleased to be mentioned in the New York Times with reference to current display of its first virtual-reality artwork The Bridge,” by the Ukranian artist Nikita Shalenny.
Chinese artists bring VR works to Art Basel Hong Kong
23 March 2018
Khora Contemporary is proud to be attending Art Basel Hong Kong this year, showing Yu Hong's VR artwork “She’s Already Gone”.
Financial times gives an overview of the various VR artworks presented at Art Basel Hong Kong.
Yu Hong and Nikita Shalenny at Cph:Dox Inter:active 2018
21 March 2018
Khora Contemporary is happy to present 'She's Already Gone' by Yu Hong and the world premiere of 'The Bridge' by Nikita Shalenny at CPH:DOX 2018.
SMK Fridays: Art in the Making
09 February 2018
Statens Museum for Kunst opens up a pop-up virtual reality show as a part of the SMK Friday: Art in the Making in collaboration with Khora Contemporary. The Chinese artist Yu Hong takes you through a womans life in the VR artwork ’She’s Already Gone’. Christian Lemmerz VR artwork ’La Apparizione’ is on show as well.
Painted sculptures and postmodern galleries: The world of Virtual Reality Art
04 February 2018
Khora Contemporary is happy to be a part of the Livemint's round-up of the most important artist using Virtual Reality as a medium.
From Two-Dimensional to Multi-Dimensional: the New Challenge of Virtual Reality
10 January 2018
CAFA Art Info reviews Yu Hong's VR artwork at Faurschou Foundation Beijing and reflects on the collision between traditional techniques and new technologies.
The future may be virtual, but who is running the show?
10 January 2018
In depth article about VR and the art market by Anny Shaw, mentioning Khora Contemporary and selecting one of the artists we work with, Nikita Shalenny, as the one to watch!
Yu Hong’s New Virtual Reality Artwork “She’s Already Gone”
10 January 2018
Yu Hong’s VR work “She’s Already Gone” at Faurschou Foundation Beijing reviewed by weixin.qq.com.
Beijing's First Foray Into Virtual Reality Art
17 October 2017
“Beijing’s first virtual reality art exhibition is not for the faint of heart. But it is a one-of-a-kind experience. Or as some call it: the future.” That’s Beijing reviews the current exhibition ‘Virtual Reality Art’ at Faurschou Foundation Beijing. The exhibition is in collaboration with Khora Contemporary.
Podcast: Kunsten på nye platforme og det digitale efterliv
11 October 2017
Danish radio station, Radio 24syv Elektronista, interviews artist Christian Lemmerz and founder of Khora Contemporary Simon Lajboschitz about the future, technology, consciousness and art.
Comprehensive Virtual Reality exhibition opens at Copenhagen Contemporary
25 September 2017
Art Daily took the time to visit the current VR exhibition at Copenhagen Contemporary where Khora Contemporary is proud to present a range of artworks in collaboration with Christian Lemmerz, Tony Oursler, Erik Parker and Paul McCarthy.
EKKO: VIRTUAL REALITY - Mere end en gimmick
24 September 2017
The film magazine, Ekko, reviews the current VR exhibition at Copenhagen Contemporary, presenting works in collaboration with Khora Contemporary.
Exhibition Opening: CC LAB. VIRTUAL REALITY
23 September 2017– 26 November 2017
As part of their current exhibition, Copenhagen Contemporary presents a range of our collaborating artists and their individual takes on how art and technology intertwine in Virtual Reality. The exhibition is in collaboration with Khora Contemporary.
How Virtual Reality Takes Immersive Contemporary Art To The Next Level
5 September 2017
Are virtual galleries the way forward? The Hong Kong Tatler examines the Virtual Reality medium and it's influence on contemporary art. Our collaborating artists Christian Lemmerz, Erik Parker, Paul McCarthy, Tony Oursler and Yu Hong all stand as strong examples of artists working in this new medium. Their VR works can currently be experienced at the Faurschou Beijing exhibition: 'Virtual Reality Art'.
Faurschou Foundation Beijing: Virtual Reality Art
23 August 2017
Faurschou Foundation, in collaboration with Khora Contemporary, is pleased to present some of the highest quality Virtual Reality artworks currently available in the world. Consisting of five consecutive sub-exhibitions for each participating artist, Christian Lemmerz, Erik Parker, Paul McCarthy, Tony Oursler and Yu Hong,
the exhibition will be exhibited in Beijing from August 27th, 2017 - February 3rd, 2018.
How to put a price tag on virtual reality artworks
26 July 2017
Can virtual art be sold as regular artworks when you can't hang it on your wall? CNN adresses the question of valuing virtual art and it's challenges, the discussion taking it's starting point in Christian Lemmerz' VR work 'La Apparizione'.
The Art Gorgeous: Virtual Reality trends in the art world
26 May 2017
According to The Art Gorgeous, Virtual Reality seems to be evolving into one of the most captivating ways of expression on the art scene. Both Christian Lemmerz’ and McCarthy’s works are on the list of five recommended VR experiences.
Khora Contemporary at London Art Night 2017
1 July 2017
At one of UK's largest free art festivals Khora Contemporary presents new virtual reality works by artists Christian Lemmerz and Paul McCarthy. The works will be shown at the creative workspace Second Home – with music and cocktails until midnight.
VR Art comes of age at London Art Night 2017
30 June 2017
FAD Magazine recommends visiting Khora Contemporary's contribution to the London Art Night Festival 2017 the 1st of July at Second Home, two VR works by Christian Lemmerz and Paul McCarthy.
“Both artists can be seen to have pushed their ideas, and ultimately their practice, through their ground-breaking approach to the use of this fast-evolving medium.”
Video by Cobo Social: Virtual Art brought by Christian Lemmerz
13 June 2017
Artist Christian Lemmerz and Partner at Khora Contemporary, Peter Fisher, talk to CoBo Social about working in VR. Footage filmed at our joint exhibition with the Faurschou Foundation in Venice.
Zwei Amis in Venedig
24 May 2017
Two shows stood out at the Venice Biennale according to the Tages-Anzeiger, both by American artists Philip Guston and Paul McCarthy!
Kunsten.nu: Artistic milestones in the virtual reality
18 May 2017
Khora Contemporary’s Venice Exhibition ’New Media (Virtual Reality) is mentioned at Kunsten.nu as an exemplary initiative on the use of VR in the art world.
Venice exhibition featured in Artnet's analysis of the current art market
15 May 2017
Artnet’s columnist examines three stories, raising hard questions about what the art market is – and what it isn’t. The Venice exhibition in collaboration with Khora Contemporary is featured in the section ‘VIRTUALLY THE SAME’ where the new technology and its art market position is discussed.
Paul McCarthy and Christian Lemmerz Show the Brilliantly Disturbing Future of Virtual Reality
10 May 2017
Scott Indrisek reviews Khora Contemporary’s appearance at the 2017 Venice Biennale at Artsy and interviews Christian Lemmerz about the use of VR as a new media in art:
“The funniest part,” Lemmerz tells me, “is that, for the first time, you can see what’s inside my brain. The only time I’ve seen something similar is when I was young and took LSD”
Venice exhibition featured in My Art Guides
23 April 2017
On the occasion of the 57th Venice Biennale and as part of the Faurschou Foundation presentation in Venice this summer, Khora VR launches its new project, Khora Contemporary, a Virtual Reality Company born specifically to enable artists to create new scenarios where the psychological and physical dimensions overlap.