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Art in America review by Cathy Lebowitz

June 2008 issue of Art In America is all about arts and politics and my works got a full page review! Thank You Cathy Lebowitz for the great review!

The Futures of Internet, NYU lecture

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New York Times review by Ken Johnson

Published April 25, 2008 Looking at Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung’s art is like peeking into the fever dream of an overworked political blogger. Mr. Hung, 31, is a fierce, funny and inventive political satirist. In a John Heartfield meets Monty Python style, his animated, neon-hued, cut- and-paste montages gleefully skewer all comers left and right, including…

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Rhizome’s review by Tyler Coburn

Thank You Tyler Coburn for writing this great review!

“Residential Erection” at Postmasters

for immediate release: April 5 – May 10, 2008 KENNETH TIN-KIN HUNG “Residential Erection” opening reception: Saturday, April 5, 6 -8 pm Postmasters Gallery is pleased to announce “Residential Erection” – an exhibition of new works by Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung opening on April 5 and remaining on view until May 10, 2008. The reception is…

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You are gonna see my short animation “Because Washington Is Hollywood For Ugly People” for free in the 10 Shorts 10 Days online program this year. Basically, they pick 10 best shorts from the pool of 83 selected short films (this year they got 5,107 submissions) and stream them online for free. You can see…

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Some great coments from Olbermann

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This is why I am not gonna vote for Rudy

[kml_flashembed movie=”” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] Why don’t you show how Abeer Qassim Hamza al-Janabi was being gangraped and murdered by our countries’ troops?

War Stories- Art / New York Times Review / Roberta Smith

“In a group show at Postmasters Gallery last summer the Hong-Kong-born video artist and Web activist Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung made his New York gallery debut with the short video “Because Washington Is Hollywood for Ugly People,â€? whose psychedelic colors and cut-and-paste animation were as visually irresistible as its indictment of the Bush administration was scathing.”…

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We are going to Sundance!!!

This is crazy, I got two short films in the 2008 Sundance! Here I would like to give my million Thanks and Kisses to Noah Vawter, Gemma Shusterman, John Blue and MC Paul Barman for all the support and hardwork. This year the Festival Short Film Program comprises 83 short films representing 17 countries from…

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