Preview: 9 highlights from Art Basel Hong Kong 2017


Attracting over 240 galleries from 34 countries, Art Basel Hong Kong brings together key galleries from the Asia-Pacific region.

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“Destination: Still Unknown”: Thai photographer Pramuan Burusphat’s retrospective at BACC – in pictures


Thai photographer Pramuan Burusphat holds retrospective show at Bangkok Art and Cultural Center until 26 February.

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Preview: Singapore Contemporary 2017 art fair highlights


Held in conjunction with Singapore Art Week, the second edition of the Singapore Contemporary art fair will bring together over 90 exhibitors from 20 countries.

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Thai artist Pannaphan Yodmanee wins 11th Benesse Prize at Singapore Biennale 2016


Pannaphan Yodmanee wins the Benesse Prize, while Singaporean artist Zulkifle Mahmod is awarded an inaugural special award. The Thai artist won out of a shortlist of five East and Southeast Asian artists, while Singaporean artist Zulkifle Mahmod won the Soichiro … Continue reading

“BODY/PLAY/POLITICS”: Asian and African artists at Yokohama Museum of Art


“BODY/PLAY/POLITICS” presents the work of six artists from Asia and Africa, including Yinka Shonibare MBE, Malaysian Yee I-Lann, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, UuDam Tran Nguyen, Ishikawa Ryuichi and Tamura Yuichiro.

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11th Benesse Prize announces shortlist at Singapore Biennale 2016


The Benesse Prize is for the first time presented in Asia and will award an outstanding artist at the 2016 Singapore Biennale.

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6 highlights from Japan’s KENPOKU ART 2016 festival


Art Radar takes a look at six of the artists included in the 2016 line-up of KENPOKU ART running until 20 November 2016 in six cities in Ibaraki prefecture.

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“The Serenity of Madness”: Thai filmmaker and artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul – artist profile


A travelling exhibition of Thai artist and filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul co-organised by ICI Curators International is now at Chiang Mai’s MAIIAM and will soon move to Hong Kong’s ParaSite.

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