Highlights from Asia Contemporary Art Week 2017 in New York


Running from 8 to 26 October 2017, Asia Contemporary Art Week pulls together some of New York’s biggest museums, galleries, and institutions to shine the spotlight on the visual arts in Asia.

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Martha Atienza wins Baloise Art Prize at Art Basel Statements 2017


The Baloise Art Prize 2017 at Art Basel is awarded to Filipino artist Martha Atienza and American Sam Pulitzer.

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“Figures in a Landscape”: British-Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf


British-Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara turn his anthropological gaze to the languages of social media, marketing and advertising in solo exhibition entitled “Figures in a Landscape” at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf.

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Okayama Art Summit 2016: a new triennial for Japan


The Okayama Art Summit is holding its inaugural event in Autumn 2016, and has recently announced its participating artists and curatorial concept.

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Asian art highlights at Frieze in New York – in pictures


This year’s Frieze New York may only have a handful of participants from Asia-based galleries, but some exciting works by artists including Ai Weiwei, Chen Zhen, Shilpa Gupta and Lee Ufan will be on show.

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Japan’s art decade: 10 years of Mori Art Museum – picture feast


10 years after its establishment, Mori Art Museum continues to provide an overview of Japanese contemporary art with the triennial “Roppongi Crossing”, which this year looks at Japanese works with global perspective.

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Singapore Biennale 2011, 29 of 63 exhibiting artists are from Asia


The list of artists for the 2011 Singapore Biennale has been revealed. Beginning in early March, and this year titled “Open House”, SB2011 will feature over 150 works by 63 artists from 30 countries, with more than half of them premiering new works or creating new commissions. We have picked out the 28 artists who are living , working in or originally from the Asian region and listed them.

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