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Pick of the Week

In issue 108, editor and publisher Elaine W. Ng profiles collector-couple Kim and Lito Camacho. Unlike many of the current art buyers in Asia, the Camachos started acquiring works well before it was fashionable to do so. Today, they own not only six major digital works by teamLab but also one of the most impressive collections of Yayoi Kusama works in the world. Find out more about how their collection was shaped.

ISSUE 108

MAY/JUN 2018

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Ways Of Marking Time

Also available in:  Chinese
Ways Of Marking Time

A homecoming event in Sydney to celebrate ArtAsiaPacific’s 25th anniversary and the opening of the 21st Biennale of Sydney—graciously hosted by art patrons Gene Sherman and Andrew Cameron—brought together many editors and contributors from the magazine’s early years in Australia, as well as young artists, students and writers. 

Reports: Dispatch

Pyongyang

Pyongyang

All art in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is produced by the state, and is primarily controlled by the three main art studios in Pyongyang: Mansudae, Paekho and Central Art Studio. 

Profiles

Culture Vultures
Kim And Lito Camacho

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Culture Vultures

In an era full of aspiring, soi-disant collectors, it can be startling to encounter the real thing.

Features: Young & Emerging

Alternative Neo-Spiritualities
Shen Xin, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, Mountain River Jump, Zadie Xa and Waqas Khan

Alternative Neo-Spiritualities

Shen Xin’s video works—which focus on the ways spirituality and everyday life intermingle in a world complicated by power, science and love— convey a perpetual instability.

Reviews

Open City
Manila Biennale

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Open City

Survivors of war often carry scars. The inaugural Manila Biennale, and its works under the theme of “Open City,” presented its own array of wounds.

Reviews

Between Worlds
Raden Saleh And Juan Luna

Between Worlds

Raden Saleh and Juan Luna are cornerstone figures in 19th-century Southeast Asian art history.

Want to read more about the 53 countries covered by ArtAsiaPacific? 

Purchase Almanac XIII, a compendium of the most significant art events of 2017 and a look ahead at what’s next in 2018.

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