“Recovering the Past”: Myanmar artist Htein Lin at Yavuz Gallery, Singapore

In his first solo show in Singapore, Htein Lin explores family history, life in Myanmar and past challenges.

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Myanmar artist Aye Ko wins Joseph Balestier Award for Freedom of Art 2017

A finalist for three consecutive editions, Aye Ko tops the 2017 shortlist including female artists Arahmaiani from Indonesia and Chaw Ei Thein from Myanmar for the Joseph Balestier Award for Freedom of Art.

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PROVOKE: Japanese photography between protest and performance 1960-1975 – in pictures

A touring exhibition looks at the work of postwar Japanese photographers and members of the historic Provoke magazine.

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Photo Gallery: Indian artist Shelly Jyoti’s “Khadi March” at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

Delhi artist Shelly Jyoti, known for her textile-based installations, presents her newest series dedicated to the lives of spinners, weavers and traditional artisans. Shelly Jyoti revisits Gandhian philosophies through multimedia artworks using khadi textile, ajrakh printing and kantha embroidery to … Continue reading

Kader Attia wins Prix Marcel Duchamp 2016

The French-Algerian artist was announced as the winner of the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2016 on Tuesday, 18 October 2016 at Centre Pompidou in Paris. Presented by ADIAF in partnership with Centre Pompidou, the Prix Marcel Duchamp honours a French artist … Continue reading

“Signs of the Times”: Burmese artist Htein Lin at River Gallery – in conversation

With 20 new works, painter, installation and performance artist Htein Lin explores Myanmar’s changing environment.

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Queer Artivisms in Asia: 10 artist highlights

Art Radar highlights a selection of queer art practices from around the Asian region.

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Broad Art Museum celebrates Bangladeshi artists Tayeba Begum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman with joint exhibition

Acclaimed Bangladeshi artists Tayeba Begum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman confront gender specific violence and the offshoots of socio-political conflict in their first joint exhibition at the Broad Art Museum.

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