At Barakat Contemporary in Seoul, Fiona Banner, aka The Vanity Press, reflects the 'powerlessness of a human annus horribilis'.
Shumon Basar, Douglas Coupland, and Hans Ulrich Obrist's new graphic novel The Extreme Self attempts to track the accelerated hieroglyphs of the emoji age.
When the average price of an NFT plummeted from four thousand U.S. dollars in February to just over twelve hundred dollars in April, Bloomberg was quick to ask if the NFT 'fad' was over.
At LAXART, an installation by Cassandra Press demarcates 'a sense of self as raced entity'.
The group exhibition Oh, Museum at Cement Fondu in Sydney examines complex questions around representation, ownership, and authenticity.
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.
Launched by Schoeni Projects, Sham Shui Po Is Still Sham Shui Po opens a window into community life in the Hong Kong district.
Ellen Lesperance's intricate grid paintings, showing with Hollybush Gardens, single out sweater designs from archival photographs of protesters.
With a busy year of exhibitions, new directions continue to emerge in the practice of painter Manuel Mathieu.
Chinese Surrealism is Alisan Fine Arts' take on Surrealism through the lens of six Hong Kong artists.
Loie Hollowell's geometric compositions use a personal lexicon of symbolic forms derived from religious iconography and architecture.
Curated by Alberto Salvadori at M77, The Visibility of the Invisible demonstrates the 'Dada approach and playful pleasure' present in Alberto Biasi's work.
Ocula Magazine previews a selection of highlights showing with galleries at Art Basel Hong Kong, running between 19 and 23 May 2021.
Rodel Tapaya's latest paintings are an explosive collision between humanity, the natural world, and the human-made.
Featuring 13 artists, Esther Schipper's latest group exhibition is a braiding of fantasy and foreboding.
Between 6 and 15 May 2021, Art Fair Philippines shifts entirely online with 43 international exhibitors.
Yasiin Bey, also known by his stage name Mos Def, brings his sonic intervention Negus to Dubai.
The third Daata Fair will show leading video and digital art when it takes place online from 20 April to 9 May.