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.
It’s about an exhibition of two artists from Netherland and China. They are living in different places geographically, but their arts shares the same thinking basis, which is the art of logics.
By bringing together both of our stable of artists, we hope to highlight the connection between legacy and new proposals through the deeply universal ideals of the movement.
The Evolution of Eian & Eien - an exhibition meant to challenge preconceived boundaries of the evolutionary process, and expand our perception of normalcy.
Catherine Opie’s combination of photographs and sculptures in So long as they are wild expands on her deep exploration of the American landscape in relation to the human body.
“So Near Yet So Far”, the first solo exhibition of the Chinese artist Ni Youyu in Hong Kong. Showcasing 12 pieces, the exhibition gives a comprehensive view of the artist’s diverse creations.
showcase Xu’s most important works of his recent oeuvre. Comprised of massive ‘landscape pillars’ measuring over three meters high, Xu’s artwork acts as its own intervention in the gallery space, conjuring a spiritual landscape through which one can ‘leisurely wander’.
Lynn Hershman’s first solo exhibition in Asia – Alter Ego (Roberta Breitmore Series), showcasing her best-known series created from1973 – 1978, giving the audience here an opportunity to better understand the artist who has not just been advancing with the times, but often even ahead of her time.
Everything was going through our eyes every step we walked through life. The physical information both letter and symbol absorbed quickly into the auditory system. We cannot step back sensation does not that exist. Pichaya Khunnawat is one of the few Thai artists that uses Abstract Graffiti Painting as a medium to observe his surroundings, reviewing inner feelings, and to analyze the current state in society. Colors, lines, symbols, traffic signs and letters were recorded through his visual perception and…
A series of ten new works completed in the past three years, including a continuation of the artist’s renowned Thomas series, as well as still-life and landscape paintings that present a broader development in Mao Yan’s oeuvre.
Billy Apple’s examination and promotion of an identity, and his uncompromising and singular means to do so, place him amongst the most idiosyncratic artists of our time.
Galerie du Monde is pleased to present a joint exhibition of emerging ink artists Lin Yusi (林于思) and Yeh Jen-Kun (葉仁焜), the first presentation of the two young artists’ work in Hong Kong.
Changing China: Chinese short films screening featuring with works by Chua Chin Hon and How Hwee Young. Film Screening start from 21 Jun to 8 Jul 2018. Artist Talk will be held on Saturday 23 Jun 2018.
"There are More Monsoon Songs Elsewhere" by Dusadee Huntrakul Opening Reception : Friday 22nd June 2018, 7:00pm onwards The exhibition features new works on paper, found photographs and special sculpture installation by the artist in collaboration with Naroot Pitisongswat of Flo Furniture to present his new ceramic pieces. "There are More Monsoon Songs Elsewhere" (2018) is a series of hyper-real drawings of prehistoric Ban Chiang bracelets that dated back ±3,000 years ago. The original bracelets are now in the collection…
Inspired by his time in meditation at the seaside, Latiff Mohidin re-emerged a couple of years later with Langkawi. These ‘sculptural paintings’ are named after the western Malaysian archipelago comprising 99 islands on the Straits of Malacca that is well-known for its mythical tales and landscapes.
Recognized for his body of works that seamlessly blends sculpture and canvas to produce playful and dreamy three-dimensional paintings, Ohata depicts life-like scenarios of the simplest experiences in everyday life.
The Festival provides a platform for photographers exhibiting their works alongside their international peers at various venues across Bangkok. Its aim is to inspire and encourage people to contribute knowledge and experience and working together effectively to help create better community of shared future for mankind.