STPI's Emi Eu reflects on S.E.A. Focus, an STPI project platforming artists and galleries from Southeast Asia, in the wake of Art Stage's decline in 2019.
Curator Sunjung Kim discusses the Real DMZ Project, an exhibition series focused on the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea, ahead of the project's show at the Korean Cultural Centre in London.
I feel one needs to ask, what role can a biennale have in 2018?
This show is a chance to create a visual environment that embraces the viewer similar to how Iolas thought of his gallery as a ballet dance where the audience is a dancer and artists decorate the set.
Rachel Lehmann is not only one half of the gallery powerhouse that is Lehmann Maupin, but she is also an international citizen of the
Asia is, for want of a better description, the most fun at the moment — being a growing art world and growing art market.
White Cube, Lehmann Maupin, and Almine Rech are among the global galleries heading for the hills this summer.
KÖNIG Galerie also opened in the city recently, while Pace Gallery expanded, boosting speculation Frieze will launch a Seoul fair next year.
The exhibition is a who's who of the city's artists, with some surprising international inclusions.
More than half of the galleries at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre won't have their own staff on the ground.
The work is one of 17 pieces of Asian art donated by lawyer and art collector Hallam Chow.
Lee Bul's first solo exhibition in Russia, Utopia Saved (13 November 2020–31 January 2021), is held at St. Petersburg's Manege Central Exhibition Hall. Curated by Sunjung Kim and SooJin Lee, the show brings together environmental installations, architectural sculptures, and design drawings created since 2005.
Hong Kong Spotlight is Art Basel's first physical presentation in 2020.
Lee Bul's first solo in Russia is a first-time encounter between the artist's works and those of the Russian avantgarde.
Phantom Plane, Cyberpunk in the Year of the Future explores cyberpunk in 'a year of no future' in Hong Kong.
Ocula Editor, China, Penny Liu reviews An Opera for Animals at Rockbund Art Museum in Shanghai (22 June–25 August 2019), a group exhibition—first shown at Para Site in Hong Kong—that explores opera as a metaphor for modes of contemporary, cross-disciplinary art-making.
Without punctuation, She Said Why Me, the title of May Fung's 1989 video presents itself as a statement, rather than a question. It suggests a subject who expects no response, a person prepared to m
Ocula contributor Diana d'Arenberg gives her annual post-mortem of Hong Kong's Art Basel week, running through some of the highs and lows of the fair's seventh edition, which opened to the public from 29 to 31 March 2019.
If [Koyo Kouoh]'s [37 th EVA International] took the Easter Rising of 1916 as its starting point, marking the beginning of a revolutionary period that culminated in the establishment of the Iri
Gwangju is only the sixth largest city in Korea but its history has become well-known to art audiences around the world through its provocative biennale, now a fixed event in the international art calendar. The Gwangju Biennale began twenty years ago specifically to commemorate the historic fight for democracy that took place in the city, known...
So everyone who went to the opening of the 55th Biennale of Venice knows that the art world moves at curious speeds. You see movers and shakers lost in chat and apparently blind to the works on the wall or asleep on their feet in queues for the ‘Must See Pavilion’. Well one of the slowest moving of these was for Kimsooja's...