04 August - 03 September 2016 Chris Bond MaterialThis Is No Fantasy + Dianne Tanzer Gallery, Melbourne
Jompet Kuswidananto: 'After Voices'News & ViewsJompet Kuswidananto: 'After Voices'31 Aug. 2016
The voices of Indonesian contemporary artists are gaining an increasing profile in Australia along with the region. Yogyakarta is a thriving arts center, attracting artists and curators from around the region for cultural exchange. Indonesian artists appear in biennials and triennials, and are closely watched and supported by commercial galleries a...
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5 international biennials and triennials not to miss around Asia in Fall 2016News & Views5 international biennials and triennials not to miss around Asia in Fall 201631 Aug. 2016
From the 7th edition of Korea’s Busan Biennale to Japan’s new Triennial the Okayama Art Summit, these five international events will provide thoughtful reflection on new and refreshing curatorial practices in the context of the Biennale infrastructure.
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Ocula Report: Spring 1883Ocula ReportOcula Report: Spring 188325 Aug. 2016 : Amelia Winata for Ocula
The VIP preview of Spring 1883’s 2016 edition was surely a contender for the most exclusive ‘money-can’t-buy’ ticket in town. Prior to the art fair’s opening, interested parties were told that requests for tickets would be denied and that only those who received an invitation would be permitted entry. It didn’...
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Kyungah HamOcula ConversationKyungah HamArtist, Seoul
‘You don’t have to paint a fist to challenge authority; it is only natural that the mode of fighting was to devote oneself to the abstract, to deny the unreal reality.’ –Lee Ufan At first glance, Kyungah Ham’s embroidered canvases are beautifully seductive. From afar the works seem to be brightly coloured high-...
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