This year, Melbourne's Spring1883 art fair returns with an online programme featuring 29 galleries from Australia and New Zealand.
Participating galleries will join under a virtual tent to plan exhibitions outside their usual spaces.
Ink Reveries (2021), a UOB commission for Art Central 2021, continues Hong Kong artist Chris Cheung (h0nh1m)'s visualisation of digital data to raise awareness about human complicity and potential to affect climate change.
Ahn Kyuchul's retrospective exhibition at Kukje Gallery reflects on three decades of investigating and confronting art's relevance in the world.
The biennial art award, organised by the Taoyuan Museum of Fine Arts (TMoFA), Taiwan, grants a prize of NTD500,000 to the Grand Prize winner.
The Julia Stoschek Collection and the online platform Daata are collaborating to present 112 time-based works by leading contemporary artists online, open to the public and free for all.
Kader Attia, whose atmospheric installations explore ideas of repair, has been appointed curator of the 12th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art.
March Meeting 2021 will include online discussions, on-site film screenings and live performances.
The São Paulo-based gallery also represents artists such as Lucas Arruda, Sonia Gomes, Paulo Nimer Pjota, and Kishio Suga.
Now in its third instalment, DESERT X 2021 is among the first major art events to return to the region since California went into lockdown last year.
Organised by London's National Gallery, the exhibition will include both paintings and a film when it premieres later this winter.
Tomokazu Matsuyama brings his eclectic palette to Long Museum West Bund.
For its second edition, CHRONIQUES has invited Taiwan as a guest of honour.
Mai-Thu Perret introduces new ceramic and tapestry in her solo show Flowers in the Eye at Simon Lee Gallery, New York.
SWAB Barcelona Art Fair highlights four Seoul-based galleries as part of Focus Korea.
Don Sunpil, Camille Henrot, and Mire Lee examine various states of the body in three concurrent shows.
Lee Mingwei's solo at the Gropius Bau was accompanied by digital activations connecting distant places and people.
Thirteen artists from China respond to the French term force majeure at Eli Klein Gallery in New York.
Guo Hongwei's watercolours at Chambers Fine Art New York trigger pareidolia, seeing objects or patterns that do not exist.
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.
Korean artist [Hyungkoo Lee]'s exhibitions evoke a scientist's lab or an archaeologist's workshop, often equipped with outlandish gadgets, skeletal or anatomical models in vitrines, or a desk with
'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
Ongoing since 2012, the Real DMZ Project interrogates the demilitarised zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea through annual, research-based exhibitions that bring together the works of Korean and