Tracy Emin's "Waiting For Morning," 2015, embroidered calico, 209 x 252.5 cm, as seen in her exhibition “I Cried Because I Love You,” at Hong Kong's White Cube gallery, March 21, 2016.AFP / Anthony Wallace
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Emin is on their shopping list.Her new show coincides with Tuesday's launch of Hong Kong's Art Basel, which sees collectors descend on the city as it increasingly establishes itself as an art hub for Asia. More than 4,000 artists will participate in Art Basel itself, held at the harbor-front exhibition center, with a host of events on the sidelines tapping into the creative buzz. Emin's show is split across Hong Kong's Lehmann Maupin and White Cube – galleries with long-standing relationships with the artist. Emin said the stone is a metaphor for her tendency toward "impossible love" and its shape figures in some of the exhibition pieces.Bradbury says there will likely be discussions about an Emin exhibition in mainland China in the future, but for the time being the artist is about to take a year out from exhibiting to focus on her work.
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