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2020.05.29 Fri, by

Lê Lan Anh (1993–2020)

Lê Lan Anh, also known as Lananh Le, one of the most vivid young artists in the Ho Chi Minh City art scene, died on April 19. She had been suffering from depression and it seems this was exacerbated by the social restrictions introduced to control the pandemic. >> Read more
2020.02.24 Mon, by

Buddhist Youths: United Collective Indifference

If we really need to find it out, we may best say that as long as there is the individual, oppressed by reality and the difficulty in expressing their emotions, this passive way of resistance will inevitably reappear. >> Read more
2019.10.05 Sat, by

Yin Changzhi
from One to Another
Gallery 55

Gallery 55 is pleased to announce that Yin Changzhi’s individual exhibition “from One to Another” will open on the 26th of October, 2019. >> Read more
2019.09.25 Wed, by

Paulina Olowska
Destroyed Woman
Simon LeeGallery, London

Paulina Olowska’s exhibition at Simon Lee Gallery, London, >> Read more
2019.03.06 Wed, by

In Memory of Lee Wen

The performance artist Lee Wen passed away on 3 March 2019, in Singapore, after having suffered from Parkinson’s Disease. He was a pioneer who defined and shaped performance art in Asia. Together with some of his peers, Lee reimagined the foundations of academic art, opening its vocabulary and techniques to a socially engaged practice. >> Read more
2018.11.30 Fri, by

Calder / Kelly
Lévy Gorvy Gallery, London

Lévy Gorvy is pleased to present Calder / Kelly, the first major exhibition exploring the visual and personal affinities between landmark American artists Alexander Calder and Ellsworth Kelly. Presented in collaboration with the Calder Foundation and Ellsworth Kelly Studio, the exhibition is a discourse between generations that celebrates the artists’ friendship and their extraordinary experiences as […] >> Read more
2018.11.27 Tue, by

Todd Bienvenu
Slapstick
Almine Rech Gallery, London

In Slapstick, Todd Bienvenu’s new show at Almine Rech, comedy springs from the physical world failing human ambition. His scenes teem with raucous energy, feeding off the kind of ugly emotions usually swept under the carpet by art world good manners. Humiliation, embarrassment and loss crash-land into his canvases like uninvited guests. Bienvenu’s eye is compulsively […] >> Read more
2018.11.16 Fri, by

HKAGA’s 2018 ART SYMPOSIUM “LOOKING UP” EXAMINES HONG KONG’S ROLE IN THE INTERNATIONAL ART WORLD

The 2018 Art Symposium presented by the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association (HKAGA) and Asia Society Hong Kong Center will be held on Friday 16th to Saturday 17th November. The theme of the Symposium is “Looking Up: Remapping Hong Kong’s Art Scene in the Era of New Connectivity and Ruptures”. The Art Symposium has become one of the major events in the Hong Kong and international art calendars. >> Read more
2018.11.02 Fri, by

MUCHTOOMUCH
Gallery 55

Gallery 55 is proud to present “MUCHTOOMUCH” - a multimedia group show from the 7th of November 2018 through the 27th of January 2019. >> Read more
2018.10.22 Mon, by

Todd Bienvenu
“Slapstick”
Almine Rech Gallery, London

In Slapstick, Todd Bienvenu’s new show at Almine Rech, comedy springs from the physical world failing human ambition. His scenes teem with raucous energy, feeding off the kind of ugly emotions usually swept under the carpet by art world good manners. Humiliation, embarrassment and loss crash-land into his canvases like uninvited guests. >> Read more

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