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2016.03.06 Sun, by
Interviews, 2016.01.21 Thu, by

Art Stage Director Lorenzo Rudolf on a Shifting Art Scene in Asia

Lorenzo Rudolf talked to Randian about the need for a stronger non-commercial scene (including museums) in Southeast Asia, better bridges and connections throughout the region, and how he will continue to keep his eyes on China. >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.09.11 Fri, by

ASIA NOW – PARIS ASIAN ART FAIR SHINES A LIGHT ON THE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART SCENE

ASIANOW is an exceptional fair that allows its audience to freshly reconsider contemporary Asian art. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.08.27 Tue, by

The (un)-related Sceneries
Richard Koh Fine Art

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA - SG) is pleased to announce Wong Perng Fey’s (b. 1974) solo exhibition in Singapore. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.01.30 Thu, by

Martial Raysse

The HdM gallery is currently hosting an exhibition of French artist Martial Raysses’s works on paper. Born in 1936 in a ceramicist family, Raysse is perhaps one of the most important and well-known artist of the contemporary art French scene. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.12.03 Tue, by

Li Jingxiong X Nik Kosmas
Sifang Art Museum, Shanghai Pop-up

by Alice Gee Sifang Art Museum Shanghai pop-up (Jing’An District) 8 Nov.-8 Dec. 2019 I stand beside three large rings mounted on white platforms at equidistant intervals. Nik Kosmas is talking about 13 years ago and being 20 someplace else. ‘I’m 21!’ I blurt out. I edge back and hope one of Li Jingxiong’s tarpaulins […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.11.08 Fri, by

Art Taipei 2019 Review

Before I catch my connecting flight back to Rome, I briefly note down my impression of Art Taipei. “It’s both very young, with the  insecurities and optimism of an adolescent, and very old, with the relaxed attitude of someone who has seen a lot and is a pinch senile”. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.09.03 Tue, by

China art market at greatest risk since 2008
(but also a great opportunity)

by Chris Moore The China art market faces its most difficult period since 2008. With the developing US-China trade war, increasing skepticism towards corporate China’s debt (particularly banks), growing uncertainty from political unrest in Hong Kong, and a weakening global economy, not least in Germany, the economic “motor of Europe”, and the continuing UK Brexit […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.09.03 Tue, by

Independent Art Spaces Announces Fourth Edition

Independent Art Spaces (IAS) is pleased to announce its fourth edition from 6 – 8 September 2019. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.09.02 Mon, by

Jonas Burgert
ein Klang lang
Tang Contemporary Art, Hong Kong

Tang Contemporary Art is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by the German artist Jonas Burgert. >> Read more

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