Photo Gallery: Southeast Asian artists in “Mekong – New Mythologies”, Hong Kong Arts Centre

“Mekong – New Mythologies” at Hong Kong Arts Centre features the work of 18 Southeast Asian artists.

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Transforming materiality: Jane Lee at Singapore Tyler Print Institute

Following a residency by the artist at Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI), the creative workshop and gallery opened a solo exhibition of the work of young Singapore artist Jane Lee on 17 January 2016. The show entitled “Freely, Freely” runs until 5 March.

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Art Basel in Hong Kong announces plans for 2013 art fair – press release

Art Basel in Hong Kong, formerly ART HK, announced the composition of the gallery selection committees and exhibition sectors, which mirror the 2012 edition.

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Singapore Tyler Print Institute first Southeast Asian gallery to attend The Armory Show

In 2012, the Singapore Tyler Print Institute will participate in The Armory Show in New York City. STPI is the first Southeast Asian gallery ever to attend Armory.

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VIP 2.0: Online art marketing channel in the making?

VIP Art Fair returns in 2012 for its second installment. Although many galleries failed to sell works, participants applauded the tweaks to the website interface and the fair’s publicity potential.

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VIP Art Fair announces gallery and artist line-up: We list Asian participants

The week-long VIP Art Fair is soon to debut its entirely online event and has released a list of participating galleries and artist highlights. Opening on Saturday 22 January, this unusual fair is free to browse through but offers special features to VIP ticket holders. We list the attending galleries and artist/artwork highlights as well as give readers an idea of what to expect if they participate.

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The Singapore Tyler Print Institute – international art collaboration at world-class print studio – profile

CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART ORGANIZATIONS Art Radar remains devoted to sharing important and unique Asian arts institutions with readers, and few are as exciting as the Singapore Tyler Print Institute. Regular art fair goers may already be familiar with the institute, … Continue reading