Taiwanese painter Lien Chien Hsing’s fictional reality – picture feast


Lien Chien Hsing returns Taiwan to nature, imagining its future as a country of ruins, in his paintings on show as part of “Between Reality and Fiction: Sceneries of the Mind”.

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Art Jog ’12 opening weekend sales: Indonesian contemporary painting dominates


The 2012 edition of Art Jog saw healthy sales on its opening weekend, with buyers favouring contemporary Indonesian paintings. Art Jog ’12 officially opened on 14 July 2012. Initial sales indicate a healthy interest in contemporary Indonesian painting. While it is … Continue reading

Art Jog ’12: Fresh contemporary art makes for meaningful Indonesian fair


Organisers of the 2012 edition of Art Jog hope to stand out on the now-crowded Asian art fair calendar with their focus on emerging practitioners and an artist-centred exhibition format.

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Mongolian Mugi’s first Hong Kong solo: Rediscovering past lost to communism


Mongolian artist Munkhtsetseg Jalkhaajav, also known as Mugi, recently concluded her first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Her works commonly depict women and deal with the re-emergence of Mongolian heritage.

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10 Xu Bing prints among auctionable items in Bonhams 2011 autumn sale – event alert


Bonhams Fine Chinese Paintings and Modern Asian Art Autumn Auction features work by contemporary artist Xu Bing and living artists Zhu Ming and Liu Kuo-sun.

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5 Indonesian painters in Hong Kong group show – picture feast


Work by five Indonesian painters was on show at Hong Kong gallery iPRECIATION. The selection included work by artists like Alfi Jumaldi and Budi Ubrux.

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What sold at Art Taipei 2011? Day 2 in pictures


Art Taipei opened Saturday 28 August and closed two days later. Art Radar was in attendance on Sunday and we bring you works that we noticed had earned the red dot.

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Paradox opens in Singapore with diverse Indian contemporary artworks – picture feast


Paradox presents established and emerging artists, some never seen before in Singapore, in its inaugural exhibition of Indian contemporary art, “A Material Difference”.

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