“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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Art Stage Singapore 2017 sees strong local collectors’ support – round-up


Despite flagging local engagement, Art Stage Singapore 2017 draws strong support from regional collectors.

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Reframing Modernism at the National Gallery Singapore: curator Lisa Horikawa – interview


National Gallery Singapore’s latest show “Reframing Modernism” is a jointly curated endeavour with Paris-based Centre Pompidou, exhibiting over 200 works from 48 modern artists from Southeast Asia and Europe.

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Christie’s Hong Kong autumn auctions 2015 evidence evolving trends for Asian art


Christie’s autumn art auctions in Hong Kong, which wrapped on 30 November 2015, demonstrate a continued healthy appetite for Asian modern and contemporary art despite challenging market conditions.

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Southeast Asian art in a global context: National Gallery Singapore Director Eugene Tan – interview


Eugene Tan talks to Art Radar about the National Gallery Singapore and the future of Asian art.

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Christie’s Hong Kong autumn auctions: A pan-Asian vision


Christie’s Hong Kong’s autumn auctions for Asian Contemporary, which closed on 24 November, broke new records showing renewed strength in the Asian art market.

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A new wave of energy in the art market – Christie’s Hong Kong Spring Auctions 2014


Christie’s in Hong Kong held its “The Era of Asia, The Art of Asia” spring sales on 24 and 25 May 2014. Although no records were broken, sales proved that regional collectors have growing appetite for art collection.

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Shanghai surprise? Christie’s in Shanghai – art world reaction


Art Radar interviews two gallerists and an artist from Shanghai, to discuss the impact of Christie’s opening in Mainland China on the Chinese art scene and art market.

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