Rebuilding after a tough 2020, the new participants come from near and far, including Milan, Pristina, Hong Kong, and Buenos Aires.
In an increasingly usual move, each of the nominees will receive a share of the contemporary art prize.
The Asia Arts Game Changer Awards India celebrate artists who make a major contribution to contemporary art and inspire empathy.
Su is known for works that explore medical science and other ways humanity intersects with technology.
The best way the art world can help is by funding oxygen supplies and medical care, said people on the ground in India.
Naeem Mohaiemen unpacks his most recent film Jole Dobe Na (Those Who Do Not Drown).
Ocula Magazine selects 12 exhibition highlights from the 17th Gallery Weekend Berlin, running between 30 April and 2 May 2021.
Asia Art Archive's Ha Bik Chuen Archive Project provides a space for formulating questions about legacy and institutional culture in Hong Kong.
A Yang Fudong video featuring K-pop superstar Jackson Wang was also released at the opening on Saturday.
The committee selects which galleries can join Ocula as members, ensuring only leading galleries appear on the site.
The Julia Stoschek Collection and the online platform Daata are collaborating to present 112 time-based works by leading contemporary artists online, open to the public and free for all.
Artist Biraaj Dodiya and collector Udit Bhambri on the different ways that art can be experienced.
An online expression of the fair will go ahead from 8–11 April 2021, but the precise dates of the physical fair are yet to be determined.
Adapting to the post-pandemic world, 21 galleries have joined the fluid GALLERIES CURATE initiative.
Opening events for the digital exhibition were postponed due to ongoing conflict between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces.
Ayesha Sultana discusses the arc of her practice, along with her recent return to painting after a long hiatus.
Prateek and Priyanka Raja discuss the evolution of Experimenter as a platform for exhibition-making and knowledge production in Kolkata.
Three video works by John Akomfrah, Naeem Mohaiemen, and The Otolith Group explore histories of decolonisation.
Pandemic permitting, the Hong Kong artist will visit destinations in Europe, Japan and the Americas to explore the past, present and future of materials.
Patrick Sun, founder of the LGBTQ-focused Sunpride Foundation, reflects on what he has learned in the process of developing an institution that aims to broaden perspectives surrounding identity in Asia.
The prize recognises outstanding artistic practice in Greater China, including Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
With India Art Fair set to take place, Kanika Anand's introduces shows in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata.
RoseLee Goldberg discusses the history of performance art and her ongoing support of artists in realising ambitious live performance work through the Performa Biennial, which is set to launch its eighth edition in New York on 1 November.
Bani Abidi discusses her research interests, from gentrification to identity politics, ahead of her exhibition at Sharjah Art Foundation, Funland, which follows They Died Laughing, the artist's first comprehensive exhibition in Germany at Martin-Gropius-Bau.