“Artist and Empire: (En)countering Colonial Legacies” at National Gallery Singapore


The National Gallery Singapore features an exhibition first presented at Tate Britain in 2015, shedding light on the art in Asia associated with the British Empire and contemporary artists’ critiques on colonialism.

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Taiwanese artist Wu Tien-chang at festival of new media art MADATAC 08, Madrid


Art Radar takes a look at some of they key themes in Taiwanese artist Wu Tien-chang’s work, on show at Spain’s contemporary festival of new media arts MADATAC 08.

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Singaporean and Indonesian artists explore “Fantasy Islands” at Objectifs, Singapore


“Fantasy Islands” presents the work of seven Singaporean and Indonesian contemporary artists that deal with the notion of ‘island’ and the fantasies and ideas attached to it.

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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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Anna Laudel Contemporary launches in Istanbul with “When did we stop playing…”


Anna Laudel Contemporary Gallery in Istanbul hosts inaugural show “When Did We Stop Playing…”

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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

“Slavs and Tatars: Mouth to Mouth” at Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw


Through Slavs and Tatars’ explorations of the contradictions and complexities of identity, “Mouth to Mouth” features a range of works created over the past decade.

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The figurative art of Pakistani artist Huma Bhabha at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London


The exhibition continues Huma Bhabha’s investigation into figuration, taking inspiration from a wide spectrum of references that cross genres, time, art history, continents and popular culture.

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