From Hollywood to Hong Kong: Rudy Tseng reflects on his journey in the artworld by Clément Dirié

From Hollywood to Hong Kong: Rudy Tseng reflects on his journey in the artworld

Clément Dirié

'It took me a few years to understand how to buy the art I wanted,' the Taipei-based collector says


David Batchelor's Brick Lane Remix II, 2005, installed in Rudy Tseng's home.
David Batchelor's Brick Lane Remix II, 2005, installed in Rudy Tseng's home.
David Batchelor's Brick Lane Remix II, 2005, installed in Rudy Tseng's home.
Rudy Tseng at Art Basel.
Rudy Tseng at Art Basel.
Rudy Tseng at Art Basel.
Abraham Cruzvillegas, Blind self portrait listening to Arsenio Rodríguez singing 'Dame un Cachito Pa' Huelé' as I walk back to the ice cream shop to buy half a liter of mamey sorbet after reading 'The Andy Warhol diaries' and before going for lunch with the little black dragonness and the wild mutton baby, very probably waiting half an hour to get a table at Niko's, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris. Photo: Nelly Rodriguez.
Abraham Cruzvillegas, Blind self portrait listening to Arsenio Rodríguez singing 'Dame un Cachito Pa' Huelé' as I walk back to the ice cream shop to buy half a liter of mamey sorbet after reading 'The Andy Warhol diaries' and before going for lunch with the little black dragonness and the wild mutton baby, very probably waiting half an hour to get a table at Niko's, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris. Photo: Nelly Rodriguez.
Abraham Cruzvillegas, Blind self portrait listening to Arsenio Rodríguez singing 'Dame un Cachito Pa' Huelé' as I walk back to the ice cream shop to buy half a liter of mamey sorbet after reading 'The Andy Warhol diaries' and before going for lunch with the little black dragonness and the wild mutton baby, very probably waiting half an hour to get a table at Niko's, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris. Photo: Nelly Rodriguez.