At the second edition of Taipei Dangdai, global capital gestured towards Taipei's rising status in the global art world.
'Asia Now is expanding and this year will welcome over 50 of the most prominent and cutting-edge galleries presenting over 250 established and emerging artists from China, Korea, Japan, Central and Southeast Asia, who push the boundaries of contemporary art.' –Asia Now, Paris (16–20 October 2019).
With Sydney Contemporary and Spring 1883 opening, Elyse Goldfinch shares a selection of shows to see in Sydney.
For those visiting Art Basel in Hong Kong (29–31 March 2019), find out what is currently making the city's art scene tick with this guide of exhibitions to see.
'Founded by Claude Fain and Alexandra Fain, ASIA NOW aims to present the new perspectives and issues for contemporary Asian art and its market: the value of its artists, its potential for development and its rising stars.' –Asia Now Paris (17–21 October 2018).