For its 2020 edition, ASIA NOW has taken a two-format approach. ASIA NOW presented a physical edition in Paris from 21 October to 24 October, while its online version, presented exclusively on Ocula, remained accessible to collectors until 7 November.
Almine Rech, ASIA NOW, Paris (20–24 October 2020) © ASIA NOW.
Gisela Colón's monoliths and rectanguloids portend a quick end to the pandemic (and humanity).
With his first solo exhibition in Europe on view at Gagosian in London, Meleko Mokgosi reflects on his ongoing project, Democratic Intuition, within the development of his practice.
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye's portraits, on view at Tate Britain for the artist's first major survey, are drawn from the artist's imagination, their bodies freed 'from the bounds of a specific time, place, or context.'
A replacement has not yet been named for Fatos Üstek following her resignation.
Brussels-based collector Frédéric de Goldschmidt shares his selection of artworks by seven artists at Asia Now.
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