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Hiroshi Maeda has been trying to express his childhood memories of fireflies and the treasure they are considered to be in Japan.
Art Moves began as a project between LASALLE and The Connoisseur Concerto in 2015 to give fresh graduates an opportunity to establish their names.
“Parallel: Erwin Olaf” presents fifty photographs from the career of renowned photographer Erwin Olaf, covering the recent 15 years of his creative work.
Pabhawin Disthajorn was able to capture people cut themselves off from environmental disturbances as if that public space was their safe haven.
Historical and cultural aspects of Southeast Asian countries is a phenomenon that has a major impact on most of the new artistic generation.
After five years since the last one,Taka Sui will present his third exhibition. Taca has traveled extensively throughout China in search of inspiration
ShanghART Beijing is delighted to present for the first time in Beijing and second overall Zhao Yang's solo exhibition “Roma Is a Lake”.
Yu Hong is primarily known for several series of paintings but this exhibition is envisioned as an “introspective” into her unique, wide-ranging vocabulary.
Zhao Yang's work is influenced by Chinese painting. He applies what he has learned of the traditional ink painting to different materials and spaces.
Affinity Art Gallery is very pleased to present the exhibition by Somyot Hananuntasuk, Intangible journeys for the first time.
The Beijing based artist created his most recent installation works by assembling pieces of furniture and objects collected from abandoned university.
Power Station of Art will present a major retrospective exhibition for Luis Chan, one of China’s most important art figures.
This exhibition is first conceived from a series of photographs. The silhouettes in these images from the past awaited for careful identification.
The independent designer of furniture, lighting, ceramics etc., Lin is well known as a co-founder of the 798 Art District pioneering concept design space
Rockbund Art Museum Shanghai – Tobias Rehberger – If you don’t use your eyes to see, you will use them to cry
The artist‘s work has been an instrument in expanding the possibilities of sculpture, and diver range of fields including design and conceptual art.
Pearl Lam is pleased to present a duo exhibition of work that span over half a century by two generation of mother and daughter artist Pang Tao and Lin Yan
The first first solo exhibition of the late renowned French-American artist Louise Bourgeois will be Opening on 26 March Hauser & Wirth in Hong Kong
The Paris-based Argentine artist Julio Le Parc in Asia will be commemorated for the first time in Asia at the gallery with his exhibition Light - Mirror.
Lui Shou-kwan who is recognized as Hong Kong’s pioneer in the New Ink Movement has had a far-reaching influence on contemporary Chinese art.
The paintings exposed at the Pearl Lam gallery illustrate a unique concept of space that is born out of a relationship between movement and transformation.
The Australien artist, Heimo Zobernig will be holding is first every art exhibition in the Simon Lee Gallery in Hong Kong.
The collaborative exhibition of the artists, Cézanne, Morandi, and Sanyu will take place at the Larry Gagosian in Hong Kong on March 26th until May 11th.
On view at the gallery, this exhibition marks the debut solo presentation in Asia of the German artist, Neo Rauch and will feature novelist Daniel Kehlmann.
Pékin Fine Arts is pleased to host the 1st solo exhibition of the Cape Town-based South African photographer Pieter Hugo.
Pearl Lam Galleries is pleased to present an exhibition of new two- and three- dimensional works by New York-based sculptor Leonardo Drew.
In the 22 years since she has moved to live in Thailand, it is the Seventh Solo Exhibition organized by Japanese artist Kyoko Abe.
Power Station of Art will present a design exhibition titled Why We Design. Through non-typical exhibition approaches the event will revisit Dutch designs.
The exhibition Anthology is a solo exhibition of oil paintings, which Verapong Sritrakulkitjakarn humbly compares to the history of the world.