Gallerist-to-watch Lorraine Kiang Malingue on Hong Kong-based Edouard Malingue Gallery – interview


Art Radar spoke to Lorraine Kiang Malingue about the expanding role of private galleries, creative hubs and the international perspective of the Edouard Malingue Gallery.

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Art Stage Singapore 2017 sees strong local collectors’ support – round-up


Despite flagging local engagement, Art Stage Singapore 2017 draws strong support from regional collectors.

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“Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7”: a new generation of Indonesian artists


“Indo Pop: Indonesian Art from APT7”, held in the Gold Coast City Gallery from 6 February to 20 March 2016, brings together nine new important works from a young generation of Indonesian artists.

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From MTV to perpetual “nowness”: Tromarama at Edouard Malingue in Hong Kong


Indonesian collective Tromarama explores the concept of reality in today’s digital age.  In their debut Hong Kong solo exhibition, the acclaimed collective uses digital imaging to interrogate the internet generation’s accelerating temporality.  “Tromarama: Panoramix” runs at Hong Kong Edouard Malingue Hong Kong gallery until 23 … Continue reading

When bamboo meets politics: 4 Indonesian artists at the Frankfurter Kunstverein


The Frankfurter Kunstverein spotlights 3 artists and a collective from Indonesia’s Post-Reformation generation.

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“Sip!” Three generations of Indonesian Art in Singapore – picture feast


The travelling exhibition “Sip! Contemporary Indonesian Art Today” at ARNDT Singapore (14 September to 20 October 2013) features sixteen artists spanning three generations.

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Asian Art Biennial 2011: 40 artists from New Zealand to Kazakhstan – event alert


Forty Asian artists are participating in the 2011 Asian Art Biennial. Curator Iris Shu-Ping Huang has asked each to reflect upon today’s “M-shaped” Asian society.

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19 Indonesian contemporary artists in first Australian commercial showcase – Art Radar interviews MiFA


MiFA’s “Closing the Gap” is Australia’s first commercial survey of contemporary Indonesian art but educating collectors and the public is just as important as sales.

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