12 galleries launch simultaneously at Singapore Gillman Barracks debut – event alert


Singapore’s newest contemporary art district, Gillman Barracks, will open on Saturday 15 September 2012. Twelve of the district’s thirteen galleries are opening shows to coincide with the debut.

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“Boutique” Abu Dhabi art fair welcomes 6 new Asian galleries


Abu Dhabi Art recently announced the participating galleries for its fourth edition, set to run from 7 to 10 November 2012. This year, six new galleries from Asia have been added to the exhibitor list.

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Ocula connects Australasia with online art auction platform, gallery portal


Following the success of Saffronart and Artnet, Ocula is a new member in the online art sales club. Does Ocula’s practice shed some light on auctions of the future?

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Singapore Tyler Print Institute first Southeast Asian gallery to attend The Armory Show


In 2012, the Singapore Tyler Print Institute will participate in The Armory Show in New York City. STPI is the first Southeast Asian gallery ever to attend Armory.

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ART HK repositions ASIA ONE section for 2012, now “heart” of fair


By centralising its ASIA ONE section, ART HK is attempting to assert its “unique” position as the “only world class art fair to have a 50/50 balance of Asian and Western participation”.

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What is ahead for contemporary Asian art, 2012 and beyond? Part II


The past decade has seen galleries expand, both in their reach and roles. Just how are they responding to the challenges of a globalised world? We explore in the second post in our 2012 and beyond art trend series.

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Art Basel takeover of ART HK: What did dealers at ART HK 11 say?


In this post we collect gallerist responses to the Art Basel buyout of ART HK. Will raise professionalism with the Asian art world or homogenise it? What do dealers think?

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ART HK 11 top topics media round-up: Ai Weiwei, Gao Weigang, ASIA ONE and gallery sales


Art Radar collects what journalists, critics, bloggers and Tweeters had to say on the top trends of ART HK 11: Ai Weiwei, Gao Weigang, ASIA ONE and gallery sales.

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