At Ishara Art Foundation, curator Sabih Ahmed continues to position art in Asia 'through a prism of complex geographies'.
Ho is taking over from Claire Hsu, who built the world's largest collection of materials related to Asian contemporary art.
The French artist will spend time in his ancestral home of Martinique, a place he says 'haunts my imagination and fuels it'.
Leelee Chan received the opportunity in 2020, the worst year to travel in living memory. She had a blast.
Asia Art Archive's Ha Bik Chuen Archive Project provides a space for formulating questions about legacy and institutional culture in Hong Kong.
At Asia Art Archive, Crafting Communities charts the history of the Thai feminist biennial, Womanifesto.
As Hong Kong gradually reopens after lockdown, explore the exhibitions taking place this summer.
With art galleries, museums and events closing around the world, the campaign offers a way for art fans and professionals in the city to keep calm and carry on.
At first glance, Gao Weigang's International Standard (2018) looks like a regular wooden frame—rectilinear, with a cross bisecting each of its four sides, almost resembling the generic windows from
Enter the colourful world of Pacita Abad in Stained Glass (2000): over the explosions of red, yellow, and green acrylic paint are rings of even more colour and, at their centre, tiny mirrors.
'Good Morning Hong Kong', read the layered calligraphic letters rendered in thick ink and acrylic brushstrokes on a work donated by contemporary artist [Yang Jiechang] for [Asia Art Archive]'s u
For those visiting Art Basel in Hong Kong (29–31 March 2019), find out what is currently making the city's art scene tick with this guide of exhibitions to see.
The multidisciplinary artist Lee Wen passed away on 3 March 2019, in [Singapore], after having suffered from Parkinson's Disease. He was a pioneer who defined and shaped performance art in Asia. He
[Nilima Sheikh] says it was a different time then. Though always true, what she is describing is the specificity of her life as an artist in India. Born in New Delhi in 1945, Sheikh trained in Baro
We live in geographies of drift. Drift has this quality of something shifting, of never becoming centralised or totally perceptible.
With an ever-expanding list of exhibitions and happenings, here is a selection of things to see during Art Basel Hong Kong (29–31 March 2018).
Art periodicals are 'more than mere containers of memory, experience and knowledge,' explained [Asia Art Archive] researcher Chương-Đaì Võ in her introduction to _It Begins With A Story: A symposiu
The Editorial is, in some ways, a culmination of these programmes, and an opportunity to link some of the same people and thinkers that were part of those earlier projects, as well as to reveal their thought processes and ideally provide further platforms for them to talk about their work, and to each other.