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2016.10.30 Sun, by

Phnom Penh, Cambodja

With Decomposition, Yim Maline imaginatively prods and ponders expanded notions of landscape and its representation. After a year of residencies and travel to diverse ecosystems on four continents, Maline continues to cultivate a deeper consciousness around the tenuous state of the global environment, with her home and country as both a core and comparative concern. >> Read more
2016.09.03 Sat, by

ASIA NOW, Paris Asian Art Fair

ASIA NOW, the "boutique art fair" dedicated to contemporary Asian art, will take place from October 19 to 23, 2016, in a new exhibition space located at 9 Avenue Hoche in Paris. >> Read more
2016.08.10 Wed, by

Singapore Art Archive Project at SA SA BASSAC | 31 July – 8October, 2016

We are pleased to announce the exhibition and programs of Singapore Art Archive Project at SA SA BASSAC: Koh Nguang How and Shui Tit Sing with curators Vera Mey and Mélanie Mermod >> Read more
2016.01.12 Tue, by

Southeast Asia Forum Talks Programme at Art Stage Singapore 2016

In its 2016 edition, Art Stage Singapore will introduce the Southeast Asia Forum, which aims to emphasise the balance between art, commerce and content. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2016.01.12 Tue, by

Vietnam’s Guerilla Kunsthalle—
Interview with Zoe Butt
Director of Sàn Art

For most, Vietnam is an idea formed, since the beginning of the twentieth century, by a foreigner’s idea of the foreign, rather more than by its residents. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2015.06.26 Fri, by

HUGO BOSS ASIA ART 2015 shines a spotlight on Greater China and Southeast Asia, with six exciting emerging artists on the shortlist

The second edition of the Award returns with a focus on Greater China but also encompassing exciting artists from Southeast Asia... >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2014.12.08 Mon, by

Traitor and Tradition – art from Cambodia and Thailand

Tradition is subjective and even traitors have one. And sometimes traitors turn out to be heroes. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2014.04.25 Fri, by

Relentless Playfulness: Mit Jai Inn in Phnom Penh

“Words kill,” says Mit Jai Inn. A widely respected and hugely influential yet seldom exhibited senior Thai artist, he is startlingly articulate when discussing such diverse topics as transcendental meditation or party-political impasses. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 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
艺术家档案, 2016.11.03 Thu, by

Asia Now and Paris Internationale: a Tale of Two Fairs

How did we get here? Fiac was fizzo-amazing. But not everyone gets to go to the ball, and this is where the rôle of the subsidiary art fair is so important. It can be a step up. Or it can be a step down, possibly off a cliff. >> Read more

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