“People, Money, Ghosts (Movement as Metaphor)”: curator Roger Nelson on Southeast Asian art – interview


The recent group exhibition at Jim Thompson Art Centre reflected on the increasing global mobility in the artistic community and beyond.

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“Departures: Intersecting Modern Vietnamese Art with Richard Streitmatter-Tran” at de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong – artist interview


The exhibition, co-presented by de Sarthe Gallery and Art Agenda, S.E.A., features major new work by Ho Chi Minh City-based contemporary artist Richard Streitmatter-Tran.

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Christie’s Hong Kong Spring Week Auctions set a new record – round-up


Zao Wou-Ki’s 29.09.64 (1964) sold for a record USD 19.7 million USD at Christie’s Hong Kong Spring auctions 2017.

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6 Asian and Middle Eastern artists at the Whitney Biennial 2017


In a time of turmoil, the Whitney Biennial considers how racial tensions, economic inequities and polarising politics affect our sense of community.

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“Political Acts: Pioneers of Performance Art in Southeast Asia” at the Arts Centre Melbourne


Art Radar takes a closer look at some of the participating performance artists and their practice in “Political Acts: Pioneers of Performance Art in Southeast Asia”.

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Sotheby’s Hong Kong Spring Auctions 2017 signal a return to a stronger art market – round-up


Andy Warhol’s Mao breaks records as Sotheby’s Hong Kong open up to works by western artists. Improving on the autumn sales of 2016, the recent results in Hong Kong indicate a return to the strong sales from a year ago. … Continue reading

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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Preview: The Armory Show 2017 – highlights from Africa, the Middle East and Asia


The Armory Show continues to expand with a new USD10,000 prize and two new curatorial sections.

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