Asian artists on the world stage at New York’s Performa 13


Performa 13 in New York, taking place at more than forty venues across the city and featuring more than a hundred events, sees the participation of a number of Asian artists, including names such as Subodh Gupta, Raqs Media Collective and Jennifer Wen Ma.

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Indian artist Nikhil Chopra’s performance work premieres in Australia


In September 2012, Carriageworks commissioned Indian artist Nikhil Chopra to develop a site-specific work in response to the space’s industrial history and architecture.

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Alserkal Avenue’s 2012 art season to open amid expansion plans


Alserkal Avenue, an organically-grown, self-sustaining arts district in Dubai, is celebrating the opening of its annual art season on 10 September 2012.

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Whimsy or dark psychosis? Tate Modern Yayoi Kusama retrospective – review round up


The Tate Modern in London recently wrapped up a massive retrospective of works from Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. The exhibition covered all of Kusama’s major stylistic periods.

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The art of history: Singaporean artist Choy Ka Fai rediscovers lost republic


Singaporean artist Choy Ka Fai’s project “Lan Fang Chronicles 2012″ wove together fact and fiction to create a tangible legacy for what was possibly the first democratic republic in Southeast Asia.

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Yeondoo Jung Prix Pictet prize photographs peer into Korean family homes


Shortlisted work by Yeondoo Jung, a leading Korean contemporary photographer, is part of a travelling exhibition for “Growth 2011″, the third theme for the Prix Pictet.

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Ken Freidman’s Fluxus anthology available for free download – resource alert


In honour of the fiftieth anniversary of Australian writer Ken Friedman’s Fluxus Reader, Swinburne University of Technology has made the book available for free digital download.

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