Filipino artist Pio Abad explores political “Counternarratives” at Silverlens Gallery


Artist Pio Abad brings up the archive of resistance to the Marcos dictatorship in the Phillipines following the recent burial of the dictator.

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Millennials and New Media Art in the Conceptual Age: Hong Kong’s K11 and Videotage co-present “One World Exposition 2.1: #like4like”


“#like4like”, a group exhibition by 10 millennial generation artists in Hong Kong, explores art and technology under the theme of “Me: Millennials”.

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Chinese artist Lu Xinjian’s “Infinite Lines” at de Sarthe Gallery, Beijing – in pictures


Contemporary painter Lu Xinjian repurposes images from Google maps to make colourful compositions of well known cities.

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“Please fasten your seatbelts as we are experiencing some turbulence”: young Chinese and international artists at Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai


“Please fasten your seatbelts as we are experiencing some turbulence” runs at Shanghai’s Leo Xu Projects until 30 April 2017.

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Digital Public Art Installation “Voyages” at H Queen’s (HQ) Building Marks New Developments in Hong Kong’s Art Scene


Large-scale digital art installation “Voyages” on the façade of H Queen’s building gave passers-by a taste of Hong Kong’s new cultural hub.

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“Time, Light, Japan”: Japanese art from the 1990s to now at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney


The exhibition “Time, Light, Japan” at the Art Gallery of New South Wales explores the cyclical nature of time through video, photography, sound and installation.

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“Things Lost/Remembering the Future”: South Asian artists at Ganges Art Gallery


Inaugural exhibition at Ganges Art Gallery in Kolkata seeks to spark dialogue through region’s contemporary art practices.

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