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Feb 25 2013

What’s Up: Istanbul

by HG Masters
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Feb 21 2013

From A to Zine: Orbs

by Beryl Kwan
From A to Zine: Orbs
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Feb 19 2013

Art Fair Report: Gabriel Barredo at Art Fair Philippines

by Marlyne Sahakian
Art Fair Report: Gabriel Barredo at Art Fair Philippines
In February, the reclusive and gentle Gabriel Barredo (b. 1957) opened the doors to his studio south of Metro Manila to preview “Asphalt,” a 30-feet long installation that has occupied the days—and nights—of this artist in the months leading up to the inaugural Art Fair Philippines (2/7–10).
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Feb 13 2013

A Tale of Two Exhibitions: Warhol in Singapore and Hong Kong

by Sylvia Tsai
A Tale of Two Exhibitions:  Warhol in Singapore and Hong Kong

A traveling show of the largest collection of Andy Warhol’s works opened at the Hong Kong Museum of Art (HKMA) in December. “Andy Warhol: 15 Minutes Eternal,” organized by The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to mark the 25th anniversary of the artist’s death, hit Singapore’s Art Science Museum (ASM) in March before coming to Hong Kong and continuing onto Shanghai, Beijing and Tokyo. Having visited the exhibition in both Singapore and Hong Kong, I found suggestive differences between the two editions.

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Feb 11 2013

Song Dong: 36 Calendars

by Noelle Bodick
Song Dong: 36 Calendars

In an age of smartphone schedules, pop-up reminders and Facebook timelines, a hanging wall calendar might strike us as something preciously outmoded. There is nothing sentimental, however, about the 36 wall calendars recently presented by the Chinese artist Song Dong at Hong Kong’s ArtisTree arts venue.

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Feb 07 2013

From A to Zine: News

by Beryl Kwan
From A to Zine: News
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Feb 06 2013

Art Fair Report: Art Stage Singapore

by The Editors with Marybeth Stock
Art Fair Report: Art Stage Singapore

The third edition of Art Stage Singapore (January 24–27) coincided with Singapore Art Week and the first “public showcase” of the Centre for Contemporary Art at Gillman Barracks prior to its long-awaited opening later in the year. January thus became a merry onslaught of openings, special exhibits, artist talks and performances across the island-city. 

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Feb 01 2013

Spring Workshop and “Moderation(s)”

by John Jervis
Spring Workshop and “Moderation(s)”

Housed on one floor of an imposing 1970s industrial building, the Remex Centre, are the immaculate white interiors of Spring Workshop, the brain child of its dynamic founder and director Mimi Brown. With four working studios and two (currently rather dusty) terraces, and a total of 1,350 square meters, Spring had its soft opening in December 2011, since when its program has slowly gathered pace.

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