Niklas Svennung and Chantal Crousel reflect on the gallery's history and future projects.
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.
At the time of this interview Ryan Gander is enjoying his last day at STPI before he returns to his native UK, and previous resident Rirkrit Tiravanija has returned for the opening of his solo show...
Frank Gehry, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Tom Eccles, and dozens of leading contemporary artists were enlisted in the execution of Hoffmann's vision.
Ocula Magazine previews a selection of highlights showing with galleries at Art Basel Hong Kong, running between 19 and 23 May 2021.
The artist's first solo exhibition with the gallery will show in Hong Kong early next year.
From Central Eastern Europe comes a group show in Hong Kong that tracks the passage of time in personal stories and interpretations of connection.
The three-day event celebrates the magazine's 30th anniversary.
More than 50 galleries will participate in the platform's first event, entitled SOUTH SOUTH VEZA, in February.
Despite numerous cancellations and postponements, several significant biennales in Europe and Asia will take place this year.
Ocula presents a selection of exhibitions to catch during the 7th edition of Paris Gallery Weekend.
The Ocula team present picks from Taipei Connections, an online platform launched by Ocula and Taipei Dangdai.
This year marked the eighth edition of Art Stage Singapore (26–28 January 2018), founded with the goal of bringing together galleries and art from Southeast Asia under the roof of the Marina Bay Sand
A familiar childhood activity to many, the game of 'exquisite corpse' was invented by the Surrealists as a means of assembling disparate images—usually of bodies—to create an unusual and often hu
Speculation for the lack of buzz became a common talking point. Was it because of Trump? Zika? Fatigue?
It was a typical Berlin week of contrasts, of darkness and beauty, the sacred and the profane.
With over 200 fairs held every year, I feel like a hamster stuck on an ever-spinning wheel. I just can’t seem to hop off, and after several years of this it has all become a bit of a blur.
Art Basel in Hong Kong has been, by all accounts, a success. Of course, no one would have expected anything less from Hong Kong, a city Milton Friedman once held up as a prime example of a “perfect” capitalist society. Perhaps it was this context that made the market a key point of contention at ABHK. It all came to a head on Friday...