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2017.04.21 Fri, by

ABHK 2017 UNREPORT

Reports on the art market are suddenly very hip. The art market is still such a tiny little thing compared with other markets, like pork bellies or copper, but a sufficient number of investment bank clients are involved in it to make the analysis worthwhile. The trouble is that most reports are rubbish, with a few exceptions. >> Read more
2015.07.25 Sat, by

Unfounded Predictions : Sun Xun Solo Exhibition

Singapore, June 2015 - ShanghART Gallery is pleased to present ‘Unfounded Predictions’, Sun Xun’s second solo exhibition in Singapore from 1st August to 4th October 2015. >> Read more
访谈, 2015.01.22 Thu, by

The Balance will Change

Randian talked to Lorenzo Rudolf about his SHContemporary days and his observations of the Shanghai art scene. He also discussed the challenges (and potential) of operating in Singapore, and the reasons behind some of the curated exhibitions ArtStage has pushed in the fair. >> Read more
访谈, 2014.07.24 Thu, by

The Fantasy Factory: New Works by Ye Hongxing – Art+ Shanghai Gallery

Contemporary China exists in a state of fantasy, and artist Ye Hongxing is no exception. >> Read more
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, 2014.02.26 Wed, by

London Briefing with Stephanie Dieckvoss, Art14 director

Art14 Fair Director Stephanie Dieckvoss on London, emerging markets and how she got involved in art in the first place.
 
 
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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, 2014.01.07 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
Think, 2010.09.09 Thu, by