Singapore Gillman Barracks 2012 opening: Optimism abounds


Gallerists and artists are optimistic that Gillman Barracks, which officially opened on 14 September 2012, will have a positive impact on the contemporary art scene in Singapore and Asia.

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The (potential) politics of art: China’s soft power push


The New York Times ran an article in June 2012 on Chinese museums and their recent push to host exhibitions of international artwork. We take a closer look at China’s soft power push.

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Foreign-owned Beijing 798 gallery expands into creative entrepreneur incubator – WSJ Scene Asia


David Ben Kay’s Yuanfen Flow started out as a house, became a new media art gallery and is now a creative business incubator. Read on to find out more about this unique Beijing space.

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Lado Sarai’s Art Nite: one night, 9 New Delhi art galleries – event alert


Lado Sarai, one of India’s newest gallery districts, is holding nine exhibition openings in one night on 5 April 2012, an event certain to attract art professionals and enthusiasts alike.

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Seasoned Hong Kong artist sees WKCD project as “one step forward” – AAA interview


In a recent interview with Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong artist Chu Hing Wah commented on the West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) and the M+ contemporary art museum.

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Lado Sarai: New Delhi’s “new high street of art” – AFP


Art Radar takes a closer look at the proliferating galleries and art spaces of Lado Sarai, an art district that has sprung up in the south west of New Delhi, India.

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Tour new Tokyo art and design district – The Japan Times


The Japan Times takes a quirky look at a new Tokyo art district in Nihonbashi, publishing an article in which Kit Nagamura brings you a colloquial chronicle of his tour.

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Norman Foster promises accessible arts for Hong Kong Kowloon project – Time Out


In a recent Time Out Hong Kong interview, Lord Norman Foster talks about his plan for the West Kowloon Cultural District, the biggest cultural project in the region.

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