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2014.01.10 Fri, by

We Are—and Will Be—Asia: Preview of ArtStage Singapore 2014

With the slogan “We Are Asia,” Art Stage Singapore returns next week for its fourth annual edition. Randian previews this year's fair, with comments from founding Director Lorenzo Rudolf. >> Read more
2014.01.07 Tue, by

No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia — A Re-Hash of Identity Politics

Broad beyond belief, in cultural terms, in comparison with the millennia-spanning survey “China: 5,000 Years” or the more standard national survey shows still favored by mid-sized institutions today, the exhibition's remit is both ambitious and impossible. >> Read more
2017.02.07 Tue, by

Art Paris Art Fair 2017: Africa guest of honour

From March 30 to April 2, 2017, the 19th edition of the Art Paris Art Fair will play host to some 130 modern and contemporary art galleries at the Grand Palais. >> Read more
2016.12.01 Thu, by

“Position Fixing 定位” – Three Group-Exhibitions at Guangzhou Opera House

The main idea of those group-exhibitions was too show the new generations of Asian Artists with a special selection group show from China, Greater China ( Taiwan, Hong Kong,) South-East Asia (Singapore) and Korea >> Read more
2014.11.05 Wed, by

Swimming in Sand; Growing Rice Under an Umbrella

Swimming in Sand; Growing Rice Under an Umbrella presents a new generation of leading contemporary artists from Southeast Asia, highlighting works that have never before been shown in Australia. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.03.21 Fri, by

The Committed Artist: Han Sai Por

Han Sai Por is a Singaporean artist born in 1943. Having studied abroad, she returned to Singapore in 1983, and has since become an internationally-acclaimed artist—particularly for her stone sculptures based on natural forms.
 
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Interviews, 2014.03.14 Fri, by

In Conversation with Jason Wee

Jason Wee is a Singaporean artist and the founder of Grey Projects, a non-profit artists’ space in Singapore. Here, he tells Iona Whittaker about the origins of the space, its activities and future, working in a censored state and the Singaporean art scene. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.01.21 Tue, by

Platforms Read Positive at Art Stage

Borrowing from the Art Basel model, Art Stage Singapore has this year sought to emphasize content, and to integrate it closely with the sales imperative of the fair. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.01.09 Thu, by

Found for the Future?

This exhibition aimed to puncture the sanguine spirit of the Singapore Biennale. Seldom does one have the opportunity to see the distinctive contemporary art from Central Asia, and this show only whets one’s desire to see more of it. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.11.29 Fri, by

Site-specific: Can Yavuz explains his Gallery’s Commitment to the Local

Yavuz Fine Art breaks the boundaries of convention and zeroes in on issues pertinent to the region. In the opening week of the Singapore Biennale, Iona Whittaker met Can Yavuz at the gallery, close to the Singapore Art Museum. >> Read more

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