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STPI Considers Post-Disjunct Living

Under the curatorial direction of Tan Siuli, Turning the Axis of the World looks engages with the…

Morocco-Made Hassan Hajjaj Debuts in Asia at Barakat Contemporary

The artist's body of works illustrates the unique coexistence of European and North African cultures.

No, You Move: 'Big Wind Blows' at Rossi & Rossi

Seven of Hong Kong's up-and-coming artists exhibit artworks against the grain of demand

Space Encounters Gallery Drops Its August Show Online

Artists churn out their ruminations for group show,  I Think We're Alone Now: Portraits of…

Six Philippine Contemporary Artists Make for a Stunning Bangkok Debut

On display at La Lanta Fine Art is their group show, "Displacement"

Artinformal Celebrates Its 16th in Multilayered Reflection

Exhibited are works of seven multigenerational artists called to answer the question, "What does the number…

Pat Frades Sees with Mushrooms

Sometimes, it takes something bizarre to see things differently. Like shrooms.

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…

Thai Artists of Differing Views Reconvene for 'Conflicted Visions Again'

Shortly after the first show, Conflicted Visions, Thailand experienced a coup.

Tomona Matsukawa and Yusuke Yamatani at a Turning Point

Turns out, adulting is hard for everybody

Attasit Aniwatchon Has Us Reexamining Our Personal Biases

The exhibition we didn't need, but probably deserve.