The festival locates the East not on a map but the other side of human consciousness.
Thirty-two Asian American and Pacific Island artists have been nominated for the inaugural prize.
Partly inspired by a visit to the Guggenheim, the Golden Lion-winning work hasn't yet been shown outside Europe.
The Paris museum described the show as 'the first all-encompassing exhibition' of the German expressionist giant.
The artist hopes to blast the Sackler name from art institutions worldwide for their role in the prescription painkiller epidemic.
At the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the exhibition Secret Paintings spotlights the legacy of abstract painter Hilma af Klint.
Eight art workers speak to Ocula Magazine about the rise of anti-Asian sentiment, the Asian art community's efforts to address racism, and what art media can do better.
Artist Biraaj Dodiya and collector Udit Bhambri on the different ways that art can be experienced.
Ashley Lee Wong and Andrew Crowe, the founders of digital studio MetaObjects, discuss their approach to knowledge sharing and collaborative processes.
Interest in the website rose sharply as museums and galleries around the world closed their doors.
The rising Hong Kong artist is known for bright animations with dark themes.
The Armory Show opens to the public on 7 March (running to 10 March 2019)—just about a week after the fair relocated a portion of its 194 exhibitors due to structural issues found in Pier 92, forcing its sister fair Volta to cancel its 2019 show so that Armory could occupy its Pier 90 venue. Despite the upheaval, New York 's art week is...
In this third week of ACAW, which offered the continuing opportunity to engage in 'thinking collections' through the lens of Asian arts practitioners in the city, the identity of collecting and collections found its own centrifugal force, with a fusion, proliferation and collision of ideas. Chen Dongfan and Cyoko Tamai 's open studios offered...
In the catalogue for One Hand Clapping, the final in a trilogy of commission-based shows focusing on art from Greater China organised by the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation and the Guggenheim Museum New York (4 May–21 October 2018), curator Xiaoyu Weng poses what she admits is a provocative question to consulting curator Hou Hanru : 'Do...
The exhibition comprises nine large-scale works from mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan that have been newly-commissioned for the Guggenheim's permanent collection.
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