Enveloped in abstraction: Li Songsong’s Pace Beijing solo exhibition


Best known for his expressionistic painting style and historical scenes of modern China, contemporary artist Li Songsong decided to use a new visual language in his show at Pace Beijing.

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How do time gaps affect urban spaces? Young Indian artist Prajakta Potnis explores


The third solo presentation of Prajakta Potnis with The Guild gallery in Mumbai, entitled “time lapse”, explores the intimate and public spaces of Mumbai and Kolkata through the meshes of time.

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First Syrian artist among 5 Abraaj Capital Art Prize 2013 recipients


The Abraaj Capital Art Prize (ACAP) announced the five winning artists for its fifth edition on 27 August 2012. Among them is first time Syrian winner, artist Hrair Sarkissian.

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Red stools central in first JavaArts Cambodian artist residency – picture feast


Cambodian-born artist Anida Yoeu Ali completes the inaugural artist-in-residence at JavaArts Gallery in Phnom Penh, Cambodia with the exhibit “The Space Between Inside/Outside”.

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Mamoru Okumo’s sound art in Hong Kong: Everyday objects become musical instruments


Japanese sound artist Mamoru Okuno transforms everyday objects and practice into musical instruments, introducing Hong Kong audiences to an art experience that blurs the line between viewing and listening.

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BNEv4: 3 emerging Indonesian artists consider individual role in global art world


Version four of the Bandung New Emergence (BNE) exhibition was held at Selasar Sunaryo Art Space in Bandung, Indonesia in June and July 2012.

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Public art turns profit? New models for cultural investment


The Atlantic Cities ran an article in May 2012 on the financial sustainability of public art projects. The piece highlights two major Los Angeles artworks that brought tangible monetary gains.

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