Caroline Rothwell investigates the relationships between humanity, the botanical, and the industrial.
S.E.A. Focus embraces a hybrid format for its third edition.
The online event came together quickly after the physical fair was cancelled due to the pandemic.
Showing at Yavuz Gallery in Sydney, Alvin Ong's interlinking bodies are visceral depictions of intimacy.
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.
'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).
Jakarta may be sinking, prompting the announcement last month that Indonesia will create a new capital on the island of Borneo, but the city's longest-running art fair is on the rise. Founded by the license holder of Harper's Bazaar Indonesia, the fair began as Bazaar Art Jakarta in 2008. While it's still owned by the same holding company, MRA...
S.E.A. Focus, the new boutique art fair by STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery (24–27 January 2019), will take centre stage during Singapore Art Week (19–27 January 2019). With plenty of exhibitions happening throughout the city, this list offers a selection of shows to see.
Since the late 1980s the major concern for curatorial practice has been the rise of biennale culture; the impact this exhibition format has had upon both the production and reception of contemporary art internationally. Reflecting on this lineage and recent politics from within the Asia-Pacific region, it is apparent that exhibitions such as...
Our definition of “world” has so far been largely Europe and America. That is changing even today as we go to the Middle East.
Launched in April 2012, the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative charts contemporary art in South and Southeast Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East and North Africa. No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia is the Initiative’s inaugural exhibition. Initially shown in New York, (22 February–22 May 2013), the...