Asian Art Events - Art exhibitions - Art Fairs in Asia
We promote asian art events of any kind in Asia - Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, Hong-Kong, China, Myanmar, Laos etc.
A Dual-space exhibition by Gao Weigang and Francis Ng will be featured at both the Gillman Barracks and Dempsey Hill spaces in Singapore.
On an occasion of the artist turning 60th, 100 Tonson gallery invites Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook to return to being a writer.
Arin Sunaryo and Syaiful Garibaldi, finding parallels and divergences between and throughout two distinctive artistic practices
Sina’s “The Last Exhibition” portrays the fact that he has censored himself as an artist. During this time where he is determined to stop creating art.
Li Ting Ting presents a body of work that includes her signature still-lives and landscapes, as well as works incorporating woodcarvings.
Labyrinths re-makes installation by Jason Wee that activates a dialogue between site-specificity and the affective demands of space.
‘A Trace of Mortality’ is the first solo exhibition in Thailand by Malaysia’s leading contemporary photographer Eiffel Chong.
"Empirical Atlas" focuses on the relationship between identity and politics, as well as globalization, material production, and consumer culture.
Art Group Exhibition that defining the realm of a new era as Thailand grapples with itself, a tug of war ensues between prosperity and collapse.
In conjunction with the exhibition, Watercolour Landscapes, artcommune is hosting an art talk and demonstration of watercolour by Khor Ean Ghee.
Luke Satoru cultivates his visual narrative on living/working in a multi-cultural through tattooing and painting pulls from his Asian - American background.
A solo exhibition of oil paintings, which Verapong Sritrakul humbly compared them to “a speck of dust in a chronicle record” of the world history
"If You Give Me Lemon, I’ll Make Lemonade" invites the audience to consider an unexpected yet beautiful relationship between the objects and the human life.
Since 2015 the world has been witness to a migration crisis estimated to be at a highest since WWII. Drawn Lines explores the fragility of the human condition while in this transitory state. The exhibition focuses on the gruelling journeys spent at sea or in land while fully exposed to perils and the natural elements. The artist's interest lies in depicting the disquiet experienced by many migrants while in prolonged and indefinite stays in makeshifts centres and camps. As well…
Embassy of Mexico brings to Cho Why a wide selection of contemporary Mexican films as well as short films as a side event to Natalia Ludmila's Exhibition.
Li Xinping intuitive grasp of colour, aura and composition erase the boundary of time and space contemplating on truth, existence and the universe.
For September Jam will be screening under the theme 'Ascendancy'. Wed, 27 Sept - Kids In The Hall: Brain Candy (Kelly Makin, 1996)
Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan explore the pertinent themes of home, community, and identity in an increasingly migrant world.