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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Of Time, Places and People: “Time of Others” at the Singapore Art Museum

An exhibition exploring boundaries, differences and ‘otherness’ in a survey of contemporary art from the Asia-Pacific region. “Time of Others” tours four major Asian museums with its third stop being the Singapore Art Museum featuring over 25 artworks by 17 … Continue reading

Thai artist Wuttin Chansataboot wins Celeste Prize 2015

The 7th Celeste Prize awards Thai artist Wuttin Chansataboot for his multimedia project.

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Hugo Boss Asia Art 2015 shortlist reveals striking new artists

Hugo Boss Asia Art 2015 announces shortlist of emerging artists from China and Southeast Asia.

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6 Southeast Asian photographers you should know

Art Radar profiles six Southeast Asian photographers that were among the thirty finalists for this year’s Sovereign Asian Art Prize in Hong Kong.

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Transcending borders: “No Country” at Asia Society Hong Kong – June Yap curator interview

The Asia Society Hong Kong Centre presents Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative’s touring exhibition “No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia” (30 October 2013 – 16 February 2014), a show that explores the diversity of contemporary art from the region.

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10 exhibitions in Tokyo in April, May 2013 – Tokyo Art Beat

In April 2013, blogger Emily Wakeling from Tokyo Art Beat picked out ten art exhibitions taking place in and around Tokyo during April and May 2013.

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Sa Sa Gallery and Art Project, new artist-run initiatives in Cambodia

CAMBODIAN EMERGING ARTISTS ARTIST-RUN SPACES PHOTOGRPAHY In 2009, a group of artists and photographers called Stiev Selapak founded Sa Sa Art Gallery, Cambodia’s first artist-run gallery. The programming focuses on emerging Cambodian contemporary artists.With the idea of wanting to promote … Continue reading