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Group exhibition at SongEun ArtSpace in Seoul curated by Aaron Cezar, Director of Delfina Foundation. Power play explores the complex nature of friendship and the power dynamics at play within relationships between individuals, institutions and the state.
The exhibition features the artist’s newly commissioned work, Prison Architect, a new film that is shown here in a specially conceived installation setting.
Aditya Novali: Significant Other ShanghART Singapore is pleased to present Significant Other, a solo exhibition by Indonesian artist, Aditya Novali, featuring an entire series of new works. The exhibition opens on 8 September 2018 and will be on view from 9 September to 21 November 2018. Aditya Novali’s new series of work seeks to explore the universal experience of coming to terms with the numerous uncontrollable facets of life. Novali’s inspiration…
Shed light on the notion of memories linked to architecture. Intrigued by historical buildings across Malaysia – at the same time distressed by their rapid disappearance – the artist created embroidery patchworks that mix and match portions of different structures as if recycling them into new edifices.
Echoes the dynamics of urbanity anywhere, while also forging an entirely unique way of conceptualizing the new urban individuality of China. Two artists, with almost a 10-year gap in age difference, create works influenced by hip-hop – or what we interchangeably call, ‘street culture.’
As the foremost international exhibition of contemporary art in Thailand, the Office of Contemporary Art and Culture (OCAC), Ministry of Culture in Bangkok, is organising the First Thailand Biennale.
the first large-scale museum exhibition in China of work by French-American artist Louise Bourgeois. Widely regarded as one of the most important artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, Bourgeois is renowned for creating a body of work that fuses psychological depth with high formal invention.
The Nerve That Eats Itself are a series of sculptures that attempt to offer consolation in touching the core of viewers’ bodies and minds. However chaotic the compositions may seem, viewers can sense various forms of energy from the subatomic to cosmic.
Detachments from reality change how we see our nature, our society, and our concepts with the movements and moments that provide the memories of life in a fixed time. These works, just as our perceptions, are deceptively strong while being often delicate in construction.