All eyes were on China this August for the grandiose spectacle of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Some four billion television viewers—more than half the people on the globe—were said to have tuned in.
India’s first major non-profit art center, the Devi Art Foundation, opened its doors to the public on September 1.
Launched in 2007, the Shanghai eArts Festival will hold its second edition this October, another addition to the already dynamic roster of art events occurring later this year in the city.
The 11th biennial Melbourne Art Fair opened on July 30 in the grand Royal Exhibition Building. The five-day-long fair showcased over 3000 contemporary artworks from more than 80 Australian and international galleries from across the Asia-Pacific region.
Saturday July 19 marked the official opening of the seventh edition of Manifesta, the European Biennale of Contemporary Art.
The police raid on the Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery in Sydney on May 23 just hours before the opening of the Bill Henson exhibition was a clumsy attempt at censorship and an indirect attack on freedom of expression.
Unspooling the threads between science fiction, social engineering and a renegade relational aesthetics in the work of Singapore’s prodigal enfant terrible.
His works look like artifacts from alien civilizations, emanating a signature red glow that suggests they may even possess their own sentience. How a legendary sculptor gives life to monumental installations while taking himself out of the creative process.
Having grown up during the height of the Vietnam War, a photographer goes behind the scenes of conflict to turn her lens on the military apparatus and its balancing act between fact and fiction.
Tirelessly photographing his surroundings since the 1960s, Daido Moriyama has established himself as one of Japan’s most gifted artists for his portraits of diverse subjects, including working-class people, theater performers and both urban and natural landscapes.
Liang Yuanwei’s first solo show at Boers-Li Gallery featured a collection of paintings that revel in the simple aesthetic pleasures of textile design yet question the medium’s greater worth.
For the past decade, the central concern of Atul Bhalla’s art practice has been the physical, historical, religious and political importance of water to urban environments and populations.
Serendipity lies at the heart of Laleh Khorramian’s varied practice, which includes painting, drawing and animating.