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2019.12.04 Wed, by

Open Call | All the Way South:
Residency in Exchange 2020
Guangdong Times Museum
The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre

The Guangdong Times Museum is pleased to announce an open call for All the Way South: Residency in Exchange with The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre in 2020. >> Read more
2018.02.14 Wed, by

Hong Kong Cultural Centre

The Hong Kong Cultural Centre (Chinese: 香港文化中心) is a multipurpose performance facility in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. >> Read more
2018.02.13 Tue, by

MARK RYDEN
‘The Art of Whipped Cream’
Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Paul Kasmin Gallery is delighted to present three simultaneous projects celebrating the work of formative “pop-surrealist”, Mark Ryden, this March 2018 in Hong Kong. >> Read more
2017.09.28 Thu, by

INTERNSHIP Beijing
Three Shadows Photography Art Centre

Three Shadows Photography Art Centre is China's premiere space for contemporary photography and new media art. >> Read more
2017.09.28 Thu, by

ARTIST RESIDENCY Beijing
Three Shadows Photography Art Centre

Three Shadows Photography Art Centre – AIR Studios Available from March to November 2018 >> Read more
2017.05.21 Sun, by

VALÉRIE BELIN “Meta-clichés”
Three Shadows Photography Art Centre, Beijing

Valérie Belin explores the materiality of matter, primarily using the human form and its manmade and virtual representations. A central theme is her work is the boundary between reality and illusion; where, in our perception, in our habit of seeing and understanding, does this lie? In approach, Belin makes deft use of light, detail, texture and […] >> Read more
2017.01.20 Fri, by

“Before the Rain”
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney

Luke Ching, Liu Ding, Yuan Goang-Ming, James Kong, Tang Kwok Hin, Sarah Lai, Swing Lam, Ellen Pau and Sampson Wong. >> Read more
2016.10.26 Wed, by

“Jogja Calling”
4A Centre for Contemporary -
Asian Art
Sydney

Jogja Calling examines the long-standing links between the artistic communities of Australia and Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Over the past few decades Yogyakarta has become a leading destination for Australian artists looking to expand their practice and undertake residencies in Indonesia’s leading contemporary art city. Abdul Abdullah, Briony Galligan and Reko Rennie have all completed residencies in […] >> Read more
2016.07.05 Tue, by

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