“MANILA: Hidden in Plain Sight”: a travelling exhibition at MET Museum Manila


“MANILA: Hidden in Plain Sight”, a traveling exhibition of works by 8 contemporary Filipino and Manila-based artists, reveals facets of the city that are ignored, exoticised and forgotten.

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Art Stage Singapore 2016 launches new Southeast Asia Forum


Southeast Asia’s ‘flagship’ Art Stage Singapore introduces new programme focused on Southeast Asia and urbanisation.

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The New Filipino Natives at Lightbombs, Hong Kong – Zoe Peña interview


Lightbombs Founder and Director Zoe Peña talks to Art Radar about the place of Filipino contemporary art in the international art scene and their latest exhibit “The New Natives”.

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Transcending borders: “No Country” at Asia Society Hong Kong – June Yap curator interview


The Asia Society Hong Kong Centre presents Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative’s touring exhibition “No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia” (30 October 2013 – 16 February 2014), a show that explores the diversity of contemporary art from the region.

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