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2016.01.12 Tue, by

Richard Koh at Art Stage Singapore 2016

We begin this series of articles on South East Asia visiting Richard Koh, whose eponymous gallery in Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia's most influential, representing artists throughout the region, including Haffendi Anuar, Justin Lim Natee Utarit, and Pattana Chuenmana. >> Read more
2015.10.30 Fri, by

ASIA NOW and FIAC 2015

Initiated by the Paris-based collector and founder of Happy Art Collectors, Claude Fain, and co-founded and directed by Alexandra Fain, ASIA NOW opened for the first time. The fair was ideally placed in Espace Pierre Cardin, diagonally across the street from FIAC’s home in the Grand Palais... >> Read more
2015.09.11 Fri, by

ASIA NOW – PARIS ASIAN ART FAIR SHINES A LIGHT ON THE CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART SCENE

ASIANOW is an exceptional fair that allows its audience to freshly reconsider contemporary Asian art. >> Read more
2015.06.16 Tue, by

Transition / Evacuation by Khadim Ali

ARNDT Singapore is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new works by Sydney-based artist Khadim Ali. >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.03.12 Thu, by

Art Basel Hong Kong: Marc Spiegler & Adeline Ooi

Randian recently sat down with Marc Spiegler, the director of Art Basel, along with Adeline Ooi, in a wide-ranging conversation about the strategy and direction of Art Basel...
 
 
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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, 2014.12.08 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
访谈, 2014.07.10 Thu, by

MANILA: THE NIGHT IS RESTLESS, THE DAY IS SCORNFUL

Manila is a city of extremes, and at a time that only the extreme makes an impression, it still manages to shock. >> Read more
访谈, 2014.04.02 Wed, by

Rodel Tapaya: The Chocolate Ruins

More magic-diorama than tableaux, “The Chocolate Ruins” (2013), after which Rodel Tapaya’s solo-show at ARNDT Berlin this month is named, is a multidimensional statement. >> Read more
访谈, 2014.03.13 Thu, by

Rodel Tapaya – The Chocolate Ruins

Rodel Tapaya is one of the leading Filipino visual artists of his generation and belongs to the most acclaimed artists in Southeast Asia today. Due to exposure in international exhibitions and success in important regional art contests his works have gained renown and critical endorsement. >> Read more

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