Founded in 2017, the Hyundai Blue Prize is an annual award for emerging Chinese curators sponsored by Hyundai Motor Company and Hyundai Motorstudio Beijing.
This year's Asia Art Space Network forum considered the relationship between art and resilience.
The 12th Taipei Biennial is imagined as a galaxy of interconnected 'planets', which offer different ways to understand and rethink life on earth.
Cornelia Schneider, head of global experiential marketing at Hyundai Motor Company, and curator Jiaying Chen discuss the Hyundai Blue Prize 2020.
Hua Xiaochan, founder and director of Beijing and Berlin based Hua International, discusses navigating the gallery's different geographic contexts.
Yao Jui-Chung explores national identity and political decline through absurdity in 'Republic of Cynic'.
Lai Chih-Sheng's subtle intervention at Taipei Fine Arts Museum highlights the architecture of Space C.
UCCA Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing emerges from lockdown with a thought-provoking group show.
American-Japanese artist Nile Koetting discusses his performative exhibition Remain Calm, which choreographed a vision of catastrophe at the Centre Pompidou x West Bund Museum Project in Shanghai.
At the second edition of Taipei Dangdai, global capital gestured towards Taipei's rising status in the global art world.
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.
Launched in partnership with the Mori Art Museum, M+ Hong Kong, and the Singapore Art Museum, the prize will go towards the creation of a new screen-based artwork.
Lindy Lee described her sculpture as 'a dance between something that is solid and something that is just drifting off into stardust.'
The 34th Bienal de São Paulo speculates on art's role in a challenging and uncertain present.
Hauser & Wirth rises to the challenge of presenting Philip Guston's last and most controversial decade of work.
At Ishara Art Foundation, curator Sabih Ahmed continues to position art in Asia 'through a prism of complex geographies'.
Paintings made for the album Kid A will be part of an online auction and in-person exhibition this October.
It is only in recent years that the artist's kaleidoscopic paintings have found an international following.
The announcement follows news last week that the gallery now represents Donald Judd and the Judd Foundation.
Made using the same technology found in mechanical billboards, the installation was revealed at the opening of the Battersea Power Station Underground today.
Similar events are taking place from Warsaw to Santiago this month in a global effort to reactivate the art world.
The exhibition aims to showcase outsiders and provocateurs in Australian contemporary art.
Made with silver and blue polypropylene, the project will be completed and revealed to the public on Saturday 18 September.
At Simon Lee Gallery in Hong Kong, Dexter Dalwood invites the viewer to consider what painting could be.
Monika Szewczyk, the director of de Appel in Amsterdam, discusses the importance of creating the conditions for deep study.
The talks programme, initiated by Saint Petersburg's Manege Central Exhibition Hall, will introduce ideas to help us rethink our relationship with the world today.
The Armory Show is an important New York art fair presenting leading international art galleries. Held in September at the Javits Center, view Ocula's highlights from the ground in this photolog.
Ho is taking over from Claire Hsu, who built the world's largest collection of materials related to Asian contemporary art.
The sale will include coveted works by Mark Rothko, Alberto Giacometti, Andy Warhol, and Cy Twombly.