Welcome the second week of October! We would like to inform you the art events and exhibitions in Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and Beijing on 10th – 16th October 2016. Please check the information below.
Bangkok Art Exhibitions
Jam – Death for Five Voices
A 1995 film by German director Werner Herzog. It follows the works, legend and murders of Carlo Gesualdo, a notorious Italian composer and murderer from the 16th century.
When: 12th October 2016
Toot Yung Gallery – The Ratchaprasong Art Maze: Urban by Nature
Toot Yung Gallery presents works of 6 artists, Sakarin Krue-On, Montri Toemsombat, Haritorn Akarapat, Ruangsak Anuwatwimon, Noraset Vaisayakul and Sophie Kao Arya. They will transform the skywalk between the BTS Chitlom station and Central World with their interpretations of nature in an urban space for this celebration of Thai creativity.
When: 13th October – 13th November 2016
Where: Ratchaprasong Sky Walk
Bridge – The House Of The Devil
A college student who desperate to make some money for a new apartment, takes a mysterious babysitting job to find out that there is no child, but an old lady that she has to care of instead. Soon she discovers a horrifying secret behind her employment.
When: 13th October 2016
NACC – FLASH FORWARD: Rapat’s Photo Festival
Developed from a project called Flash Forward : Neon Blink twice mean someone missing you. It will exhibit series of photographs that narrates how the artists tried to capture the change that happen around them.
When: 14th October 2016
Subhashok The Arts Centre – One For The Birds
Natanel Gluska, the artist who sees the spirit of nature in materials, plays with wood to create a woodcut that presents the image of the woods in his memory profoundly and passionately.
When: 15th October – 13th November2016
Where: S.A.C. Subhashok The Arts Centre
BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY – Dream Property
DREAM PROPERTY is a project of Miti Ruangkritya that examines the nature of property development and its relationship to the city. It reflects upon transformed of nature in the context of an ever-expanding Bangkok cityscape and raise questions concerning aspiration, reality and the future of the city.
When: 15th October – 27th November 2016
Where: BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY
23 Bar & Gallery – Art Exhibition by Moon
“Moon” a group of artists based in Bangkok that come together to show their art in a different place.
When: 15th October 2016
Where: 23 Bar & Gallery
Art Exhibition and Event in Singapore
artcommune gallery – Urbanscape Duet
This joint exhibition showcases 20 new works by Anthony Chua Say Hua and Hong Sek Chern. The artists collaborated in an effort to create a new pictorial language through the marriage of their creative aesthetics using Chinese ink as a medium.
When: 14th – 23rd October 2016
Where: Artcommune Gallery
TAKSU – Swimmer: Seah Zelin
Swimmer is a solo exhibition by Malaysian artist Seah Zelin. The body of work defined Zelin’s strong statements on form, identity, and remedy for homogeneity.
When: 13th – 20th October 2016
Anthroponymous – Sensorium Emporium
Anthroponymous returns with the Sensorium Emporium. Come join in the reading group / experiment / body, as we begin to make sense of our non-sense, reimagining our kaleidoscopic sensorium beyond the traditional division of the five senses, and its stake in our sensibilities towards the world.
When: 10th October 2016
Where: 1 Jalan Pisang
iPRECIATION – Portable Art Week 2016
Portable Art Week 2016 is an annual group exhibition of small collectible fine art aims to dispel myths that art collection is only for a select few, and ease off any intimidation that people may face in buying or collecting art. The exhibition includes Boo Sze Yang, Jason Lim, Quek Kiat Sing, Ezekiel Wong, Kel Win, Tay Bak Chiang, Oh Chai Hoo.
When: 13th – 22nd October 2016
Visual Arts Centre Exhibition Gallery – Why Nude Why Not
a solo exhibition and book launch by Loh Khee Yew. A seminal presentation of his artistic career, featuring a comprehensive body of his works on nude as art from 1990 – 2016.
When: 14th – 18th October 2016
Where: Visual Arts Centre Exhibition Gallery
Hong Kong’s Art Exhibitions
Contemporary by Angela Li – An Inner Journey
‘An Inner Journey‘ aims at looking at the wider and wiser perspective of life. The artworks by the various artists will represent the form of human which is in dire need of taking the path of the inner journey in order to redefine the meaning of life. The artists featured include Cang Xin, Chen Wenling, Wu Didi and Zhang Qikai.
When: 6th October – 28th November 2016
Where: Contemporary by Angela Li
Simon Lee Gallery – One way conversation
New sculptures by Angela Bulloch. One way conversation… is a continuation of Bulloch’s latest body of work. The stacked columns of polyhedra have a stylized geometry and manufactured surface sheen that alludes to minimalism and technology.
When: 14th October – 19th November 2016
Where: Simon Lee Gallery
Pearl Lam Galleries – A Romance of Many Dimensions
A Romance of Many Dimensions vibrant geometric paintings explore the concept of “dimensions” through the use of colour and shapes. Sinta Tantra combines public art elements inside the gallery space, splicing together the interior and exterior world—tentatively, fluidly, and on and off the beat.
When: 23rd September – 22nd November 2016
Where: Pearl Lam Galleries
Ben Brown Fine Arts – Claude & François-Xavier Lalanne
The exhibition will bring together the organically-inspired and ornate works of Claude Lalanne and her husband François-Xavier Lalanne in the form of mirrors, chairs, lighting and various whimsical sculptures with the iconic works in the form of sheep and deer.
When: 15th September – 9th November 2016
Where: Ben Brown Fine Arts
Fine Art Exhibition in Johor, Malaysia
Art Gallery of Southern University College – Masterpiece 2016
The Museum and Art Gallery of Southern University College in Johor is hosting a solo art exhibition entitled Masterpieces 2016. This show will feature 20 paintings on rice paper by veteran artist Tang Juey Lee. Paintings are done with acrylic and Chinese ink for outline.
When: 8th – 31st October 2016
Where: Art Gallery of Southern University College, Johor
Animation Forun in Beijing, China
Frontier Center – Gravitational Wave
The 5th China Independent Animation Film Forum “Gravitational Wave”, which is planned by Lei Lei and Chen Xi. Independent Animation exudes charm uninterrupted as people long for from the great pleasure that echoes with animation.
When: 14th – 18th October 2016
Where: Frontier Center, Beijing, China
More events from previous post
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