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Upcoming: Eustaquio’s and Manley’s Art to Bulwark against Forgetting
We want to say the shows will tackle history, but that's a matter of perspective.
In the Landscapes of ‘Latent Fictions,’ Anxiety Comes in a Bright Palette
Carried in Latent Fictions
Pat Frades Sees with Mushrooms
Sometimes, it takes something bizarre to see things differently. Like shrooms.
How Abidi’s ‘The Distance from Here’ Strips the Glamour of Travel
The second of the director's four films, on view at Experimenter Gallery
On Fleek: Space Encounters Gallery’s Comeback Is Lowbrow, Unibrow Galore
Raise spirits, not brows
In the Paintings of Ronson Culibrina, Viral Is an Atmosphere
This pandemic is heavy. For artist Ronson Culibrina, the way we’ve been left to guess how heavy plays…
Forget Sophistication, Go See ‘Jack of Golds’ at Blanc
Entering the exhibition with a gilded idea of gold is not the best foothold, not at all, actually,…
Thai Artists of Differing Views Reconvene for 'Conflicted Visions Again'
Shortly after the first show, Conflicted Visions, Thailand experienced a coup.
Shirley Tse’s ‘Stakes and Holders’ at M+ Pavilion
From plastic to plasticity
Tomona Matsukawa and Yusuke Yamatani at a Turning Point
Turns out, adulting is hard for everybody
Sculptures as Events in Chung Seoyoung’s “Knocking Air”
Looking at what goes behind the strange title
Attasit Aniwatchon Has Us Reexamining Our Personal Biases
The exhibition we didn't need, but probably deserve.
The Day is Now: Silverlens Galleries Reopens with Two New Shows
No need to anticipate the day any longer.
Alisan Fine Arts Presents “Uniquely Hong Kong”
Explore Hong Kong's unique art heritage.
“They Do Not Understand Each Other” at Tai Kwun Contemporary
Zhao Zhao’s “China Garden” Is a Real Piece of Work
Capturing the agon of history's impermanence at Tang Contemporary Art's White.
Silverlens: Anticipating the Day, Delicately
A culmination of artworks from the gallery’s #athomeseries, which began as early as March 28, and pieces…
Chow Chun Fai Offers Glimpses of a City in Crisis
Fai depicts Hong Kong's mass protests on the ground
Artinformal’s “Becoming Trees” Does More than Talk About Coping
Take a look at the lived experiences of the thirteen artists who comprise the exhibition
Contact, Contact! A Warm Trove of Stories in Atreyu Moniaga’s “Confide”
Each of the eight large-scale watercolor works chronicles a pivotal (and…
This Exhibit Highlights the Asian Experience in COVID-19 America
It's the first of an upcoming virtual exhibition series by curators…
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