It is almost the end of summer, August 22 – 28, and there are plenty of upcoming and on going events and exhibitions in Asia. Let’s go to Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala lumpur and Taiwan…
Art events in Bangkok
JAM – Adam & Paul
Adam & Paul are two youngsters living in Dublin and perpetually on the lookout for their next fix. They get into a good share of trouble as they do whatever they can to score heroin as they get deeper into more shady activities.
When: 24th August 2016
The Art Center Chula – Quiet Encounters
Dow Wasiksiri’s journey through series of images records raw mixture of scenery and modernity collide. The scattered manner of construction makes both nature and architecture look out of place.
When: 25th August – 15th October 2016
Where: The Art Center Chula
JAM – Untrue Blue
The solo photography exhibition of young photographer, Muangthai Jirawongnirandon. His work is personal observation of scenes from the daily life that reflect class roles, curiosity, anxiety and isolation.
When: 26th August – 16th September 2016
Ubaan Art Station – Relationship
Group exhibition of 4 Thai artists : Kanith , Adisak J. , Nakrob and Warit T.Wong . The exhibition including paintings and illustrations that reflect each artist’s’ perception of the word ‘Relationship’
When: 27th August – 24th September 2016
Where: Ubaan Art Station
KBank Siam Pic-Ganesha Theater – Personal Development Workshop
A Performance development workshop through Drama and applied Dramatherapy. Participants of the workshop will be giving quality space and time for self-exploration and self-reflection, which will benefit both your life and work. Note that the number of participants is limited
When: 28th August 2016
Where: KBank Siam Pic-Ganesha Theater
Interesting events in Singapore
VSA Art Space – An Ecstatic Vision
An Ecstatic Vision is an art exhibition showcase more than 100 pieces of artworks by artists with special needs to gain financial aids through their work.
When: 23th – 28th August 2016
Where: K+ gallery
The Arts House – Cita Seni
Exhibition of sketches by Dr Ho Chee Lick on everyday life that takes place in Singapore’s HDB void decks.
When: 25th – 28th August2016
Where: The Art House
Visual Arts Centre Exhibition Gallery – The Victory Icon – Contemporary Ganesha Art
Another grand edition of Gnani Arts’successful and celebrated series of contemporary Ganesha Art exhibitions since 2003. Curated by Vidhya Gnana Gouresan.
When: 26th August to 1st September 2016
Where: Visual Art Centre
ARNDT Fine Art – Wasak! Reloaded
WASAK! Reloaded is a group exhibition exploring the Filipino contemporary art landscape and is accompanied by a major hard copy publication WASAK! Filipino Art Today.
When: 28st August – 1st October 2016
Where: ARNDT Fine Art
Exhibition in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences – Zhang Yanzi – Essence
The interactive exhibition in colaboration with Chinese artist Zhang Yanzi explores the philosophy and culture of Western and Eastern healing practices.
When: 8th July – 28st August 2016
Where: Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences
ArtisTree – 1000 Families
Meals are a significant part of Chinese culture, these pictures highlight the feeling of love and happiness from family eating and sharing meals together. Featuring photographic works by local and overseas artists including Masashi Asada and Chan Dick.
When: 6th August – 4th September 2016
Hong Kong Heritage Museum – What Do You Want for Tomorrow
Female artists are invited to extend their work in photography by examine how technology and concepts have influenced the contemporary perception of images/ digital images under the theme of ‘tomorrow’
When: 10th August – 26th September 2016
Where: Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Landmark North – Art of World Sports 2016
See the creative side of three former Olympians athletes , including Roald Bradstock, As part of an international campaign to promote and recruit international Olympic and Paralympic athlete-artists.
When: 19th – 31st August 2016
Where: Landmark North
Art events in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Islamic Arts Museum – Dala’il al-Khayrat
One of the most important manuscripts from the 16th to 19th Centuries in the Islamic world, the Dala’il al-Khayrat has inspired calligraphers, illuminators and painters through the ages.
When: 19th – 31st August 2016
Where: Islamic Arts Museum
Taipei Art Exhibition
Gallery E – State of Flux
Chou Tai-Chun Solo Exhibition. reflect on the landscape and the environment we live in with The concept of destruction that occurs as cold and distant, yet not entirely hopeless.
When: 6th August 2016 – 25th September 2017
Where: Gallery E
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