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2015.03.12 Thu, by

Art Basel Hong Kong 2015: New York gallery preview images

Randian asked New York-based galleries to choose one work from what they will bring to Art Basel Hong Kong this year, and to tell us why. >> Read more
2020.05.09 Sat, by

Wu Chi-Tsung Opens a New Studio in Saigon, Vietnam

Recently, Wu Chi-Tsung has set up a new studio in collaboration with Vietnamese artist Cam Xanh in Saigon, Vietnam as a significant step of his internationally-minded exploration. >> Read more
2020.04.22 Wed, by

We Move Among Ghosts
Jakarta Exhibition Explores the Ephemeral Nature of Values, Symbols, and Systems

I stood at the entrance to Jakarta’s Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics one fine day, and instantly I was transported to another time in a past every born-and-bred Jakartan of a certain age would remember. >> Read more
2020.03.07 Sat, by

Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn & Clare Woods
Simon Lee Gallery, New York

Simon Lee Gallery, New York, is pleased to announce a group exhibition featuring new works by Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn, and Clare Woods. Connected through an interest in figurative representation, the exhibition brings together three artists who present the body in unconventional ways, each exploring contemporary issues surrounding gender, sexuality, society and politics, as well as addressing the long and problematic history of the male gaze. The submissive female subject typically depicted reclining, seated or kneeling, is one of the most recognizable motifs in art history. As seen in this exhibition, Dancy, McGurn, and Woods respond to this convention through disparate methods presenting the figure as alternatively dominant, vulnerable, playful, or even androgynous, restoring to their subjects a sense of agency and recontextualizing the trope for our contemporary moment. >> Read more
2020.02.08 Sat, by

Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn & Clare WoodsSimon Lee Gallery, New York

Simon Lee Gallery, New York, is pleased to announce a group exhibition featuring new works by Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn, and Clare Woods. Connected through an interest in figurative representation, the exhibition brings together three artists who present the body in unconventional ways, each exploring contemporary issues surrounding gender, sexuality, society and politics, as well as addressing the long and problematic history of the male gaze. >> Read more
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
2020.01.14 Tue, by

João Penalva
Simon Lee Gallery
New York

Simon Lee Gallery is proud to announce a solo exhibition by the London-based Portuguese artist, João Penalva. >> Read more
2020.01.13 Mon, by

Natee Utarit & Nadiah Bamadhaj
Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore

To inaugurate its 10-year anniversary celebration in Singapore, Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) kicks off the year with two special solo presentations by Natee Utarit and Nadiah Bamadhaj. RKFA is pleased to announce two highly anticipated exhibitions titled DÉJÀ VU: Your Past is My Future by Natee Utarit (b.1970) & Dreaming Desire by Nadiah Bamadhaj (b.1968) at RKFA Singapore. >> Read more
2019.12.19 Thu, by

Faurschou Foundation expands to New York

Faurschou New York resides in a former shoe factory in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint area. Designed by New York-based German architect Markus Dochantschi, the single-story building has a definite Danish understatement. >> Read more
2019.12.19 Thu, by

MAI-THU PERRET
News From Nowhere
Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong

The exhibition’s title derives from British polymath and socialist activist, William Morris’ 1890 novel of the same name, in which he imagines a utopian future liberated from systems of capitalism. >> Read more

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