Find out more about highlights on view across the inaugural Art Week Tokyo.
OOF's Eddy Frankel said liking sport can make you feel like an 'uncultured brute' and liking art can make you feel like a 'museum-shagging wuss'.
At the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, PROVOKE – Opposing Centrism unfurls the history of the renowned post-war avantgarde artist group Provoke, which included figures like Daido Moriyama.
The British artist, who studied 3D digital design and animation at Hampstead Fine Arts, also designed the VR exhibition.
The Royal Academy described the decision as regrettable.
Matthew Shieh introduces his family collection and its development within the context of Taiwan's arts landscape, which boasts a rich collecting culture.
Taipei Connections seeks to build a bridge between galleries and collectors separated by COVID-19.
Singapore Art Week returns from 11 to 19 January 2020 with a host of island-wide events, at the centre of which is the second edition of S.E.A. Focus (16–19 January 2020) at Gillman Barracks, showcasing the best of contemporary art in Southeast Asia.
The longest-running art fair in Asia returned to Taipei's World Trade Center for its 26th edition in October.
Daido Moriyama is one of the most influential avantgarde photographers to emerge out of postwar Japan.
Ask [visual artists] to do something truly subversive and they crawl into a corner and start thumb sucking.
It was a typical Berlin week of contrasts, of darkness and beauty, the sacred and the profane.
A week of memorable highs and lows, and at times crashing expectations, kind of like the contemporary art market, really.
Go East is an exhibition of contemporary Asian art from the collection of Gene and Brian Sherman, who have figured in Australian cultural life for decades as both collectors and philanthropists.
We batted it up and down and ended up with 'Go East', partly to upend east and west
Leading British painter Michael Craig-Martin was born in Dublin in 1941 and moved to the United States as a boy. He went on to study fine art at Yale before returning across the Atlantic to tea
I walk along Tokyo’s Ginza shopping street towards the basement art gallery of Shiseido’s store, where three series of recent works by renowned Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki are on display in Nobuyoshi Araki Ōjō Shashū: Photography for the Afterlife — EasternSky. It’s one of those autumn days when the...
At the height of McCarthyism, American writer Ray Bradbury published his dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451 which describes life in a near future where all books are burned on the orders of the state. Extrapolating from the situation of censorship that he felt pervaded 1950s America, Bradbury imagined a fleet of ‘firemen’ who ignite...
Asia is, for want of a better description, the most fun at the moment – being a growing art world and growing art market.