The rise of Asian 20th century and contemporary art: Christie’s Hong Kong autumn auctions – round-up


With a strong auction season behind it, Asian 20th century and contemporary art looks set to rise in value in the upcoming year ahead. Zao Wou-Ki’s 29.01.64 sets a new world record for oil painting by any Asian artist at the last season … Continue reading

What is Dansaekhwa? Art Radar explains


Art Radar defines Dansaekhwa that literally translates to ‘monochrome painting’ in Korean in its latest ‘What is…?’ series.

Continue reading

Nalini Malani visualises the influence of globalisation on India – Asia Society video interview


Nalini Malani talks about globalisation and the changing Indian culture in a video interview with Asia Society in New York where her 2009 video installation Transgressions II is currently being exhibited.

Continue reading

Chinese artist Chen Fei’s bad taste – Schoeni video interview


Chinese artist Che Fei talks about his “bad taste” art with Schoeni Art Gallery, as part of the gallery’s video interview series to celebrate their twentieth anniversary.

Continue reading

Chinese painter Xia Xiaowan travels to the third dimension – Schoeni video interview


Xia Xiaowan talks to Hong Kong’s Schoeni Gallery about his artistic development and experimentation with glass painting in this video interview, part of the Schoeni video series.

Continue reading

What does the future hold for abstraction in Asia?


Many curators are re-examining the emergence and development of Asian abstraction and considering the role it could play in the future of the Asian art world.

Continue reading