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Almanac 2021

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A mainstay of Singapore Art Week, the IMPART Collectors’ Show returns in a digital format, with virtual tours of rarely exhibited works in the residences and offices of six collectors in Singapore, Jakarta, Manila, Mumbai, and Geneva.

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The Museum of Contemporary Art Busan is currently showing “Blue Peal of Bells,” curated by Sosul Kim and featuring projects that interrogate the notion of shared sorrow. With a focus on music and audiovisual installations by the likes of Samson Young and Angelica Mesiti, the group exhibition asks how we might devise new modes of connecting and empathizing with others.

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On view at Tokyo’s Gallery On The Hill, photographer Kensaku Kakimoto’s “TRANSFORMATION” features series created with artificial intelligence. The images subtly express the interplay of the physical and virtual worlds.

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Check out our Opportunities page for information on awards, open calls, residencies, job openings, and more from organizations and initiatives around the world. Stay tuned for updated listings, or contact us if you have an opportunity to offer.

Pick of the Week
Pick of the Week

The AAP editors previewed ten 2021 shows in the latest edition of the Almanac. The full article is now available in English and Chinese

Gathering: Political Writing on Art and Culture

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Totebag Bundle: Au Hoi Lam, Kunié Sugiura, Pio Abad, Slavs and Tatars

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