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b. 1959, Barbados

Ashley Bickerton Related Press

Ashley Bickerton: Direct, enigmatic and in constant pursuit of profitable alienation... Related Press Ashley Bickerton: Direct, enigmatic and in constant pursuit of profitable alienation... 1 July 2017, ArtReview

Boom! That's how Ornamental Hysteria, Ashley Bickerton's current exhibition at Damien Hirst's Newport Street Gallery, opens—with a box sporting an ominous red LED number-counter bolted to the wall.

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Where are they now? Tracking the Neo-geometric Conceptualists. Related Press Where are they now? Tracking the Neo-geometric Conceptualists. 4 April 2016, LEAP Magazine

We live in a state of the perpetual present. With the revolving door of exhibitions in more and more venues, commercial and scholarly alike, thousands of artists appear on a relatively flat plane of aesthetics. This is good for a lot of things—fair art criticism among them—but it tends to hurt our understanding, as viewers, of where the...

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Mutant Mystique—The STPI network Related Press Mutant Mystique—The STPI network 22 January 2016, Randian

Randian is in Singapore for Art Stage. As part of our coverage we are visiting a number of the institutions and galleries contributing to the emerging Singaporean and South East Asian art scene. In this article, we turn to Singapore’s STPI If New York’s alter ego is Gotham City, then Singapore’s is more like a figment of...

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Ocula Q&A: Jasdeep Sandhu, founder of Gajah Gallery, Singapore Related Press Ocula Q&A: Jasdeep Sandhu, founder of Gajah Gallery, Singapore 29 August 2015, Ocula

In 1996, Jasdeep Sandhu established Gajah Gallery in Singapore with the purpose of promoting Southeast Asian Contemporary Art with an emphasis on Indonesian contemporary art. Now twenty years o

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Art Basel Hong Kong on the Verge (Part 2) Related Press Art Basel Hong Kong on the Verge (Part 2) 21 May 2014, Hyperallergic

HONG KONG — On the first day of Art Basel Hong Kong 2014, Pearl Lam Galleries (Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore) reported strong sales of new LED works in Chinese by the artist Jenny Holzer in the rang

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Singapore Tyler Print Institute At Art Basel Miami Beach Related Press Singapore Tyler Print Institute At Art Basel Miami Beach 5 December 2013, Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop for Artinfo / 03 December 2013

For its first participation in Art Basel Miami Beach, the Singapore Tyler Print Institute is bringing a mix of Asian and international artists who have worked with its print workshop in the hope of appealing to a new American clientele. “It’s a good opportunity to present works by Asian artists to a new audience and our highlights...

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