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2014.05.23 Fri, by

Baby Basel and HK Island Dreams

While the minimum and average quality of art displayed was noticeably higher than last year (better galleries, minimal kitsch) the art displayed was generally conservative—innovation was seldom seen... >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.05.07 Wed, by

Life for Huang Zhiyang

"The Phenomenology of Life: Chapters in a Course of Study” at the National Museum of China was the latest major exhibition by Taiwanese artist Huang Zhiyang. In this profile, he relates his experience of becoming an artist, and his continuing journey into self-expression and understanding... >> 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, 2014.03.19 Wed, by

Interview with Brian Wallace

Rightly credited with founding the first foreign-owned contemporary art gallery in Beijing, Brian Wallace came to China from Australia in 1984, and founded Red Gate in 1991.
 
 
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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, 2014.01.24 Fri, by

Art Stage & Singapore Art Week report card

Dear Mr & Mrs Singapore: Your children, Art Stage and Biennale, have successfully completed the year and may enter the next class. Here is our report card. They are performing stronger but still have some work to do.
 
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Interviews, 2014.01.07 Tue, by

Flesh and Chen Fei

This week, “Flesh and Me”, a solo exhibition by Chen Fei, will open at Galerie Perrotin Hong Kong. Here, Chen talks about this new show, his approach to art and the development of his work >> 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
Interviews, 2013.11.29 Fri, by

Meeting Chinese Artists: Don and Mera Rubell

Based in Miami, the Rubell Family Collection is one of the world’s largest private art collections. Here, Iona Whittaker speaks to the founders Don and Mera Rubell about their collection and the keenly anticipated exhibition"28 Chinese Artists", which opens next week... >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.10.22 Tue, by

“It’s a sustained curiosity”: ICA Director Gregor Muir on Zhang Enli

ICA Director Gregor Muir speaks about his first contact with the artist Zhang Enli's work, their shared impressions of Shanghai, Zhang Enli's artistic practice and why now is the time for a show in London by one of China's "lasting artists". >> Read more

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