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“The concept of self: On power, identity and labels” - An exhibition featuring Indonesian and Thai artists Curated by Linjie Zhou.
a major exhibition of Stephan Bagradian’s paintings chronicling the building of the Armenian Democratic Republic in the 1920s.
Le French May Art Festival in Hong Kong, Accidental Art present the solo exhibition of Denis Ribas, an outdoor landscape painter from Provence, France.
To pay tribute to the women of Hong Kong and celebrate their beauty, sensuality and mystery through works of eight local and international artists.
Duddell's is pleased to co-present an artist talk by Wangechi Mutu with Lehmann Maupin, which will present Mutu's first solo exhibition in Hong Kong from May 18–July 8
Thai artist Natee Utarit returns to Kuala Lumpur with 29 still-life paintings of flowers, 4 years since his last solo feature held in this city.
The White Box in Publika will host an exhibition about Jacques Ferrier’s architectural projects and main sources of inspiration.
Rook Floro, a half Thai half Filipino emerging artist, takes over Yenakart Villa with colorful installations, sculptures, paintings, photography, videos.
Through Foreign Eyes highlighting the challenges between the artists, the community and the environment in integrating into Singapore society.
Ode to Art proudly presents the second solo exhibition of Coplu, a Turkish-Canadian artist, with his whimsical style of painting.
" Plastic Dreams " by MIST. The artist will exhibit a new collection of paintings and sculptures at his first exhibition in Asia at Avenue des Arts.
Kwanchai Lichaikul invites the audience to explore, ponder and contemplate the lifestyle in urban societies, complex and chaotic.
"Inside the soul" was created for a unity of aesthetics in a state of peace with the process of Graphic Arts creative thinking.
Micisu Art Studio has Invited Teacher Sarana to open a Pastel Mandala art class for to have experiencing the graceful pastel mandala art.
Exhibition runs from 29 May - 12 June opening time 1pm - 9pm Weekdays and Weekends. A selection of Scottish landscapes, Singapore culturally inspired themes and Portraits of people in Singapore. painted in oil and mixed media - please come along experience the cross section of work by the artist Niall McWilliam
Milos Forman’s first color film The Firemen’s Ball (Horí, má panenko) is both a dazzling comedy and a provocative political satire.