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Made in Tashkeel 2016
To initiate the summer season, Tashkeel Dubai presents Made in Tashkeel 2016, an annual exhibition showcasing the works of its members, workshop participants and recent exhibiting artists. The exhibition celebrates the on-going practice of members that makes up the creative and communal atmosphere within the art organization.Every year the Made in Tashkeel exhibition has presented..
Asian organisations benefitting from Art Basel’s crowdfunding campaign...
The Art Basel name is globally known for the three art fairs it curates, but the organisation is also at the heart of a crowdfunding campaign to get much needed money to creative organisations worldwide.  Art Basel teamed up with crowdfunding platform Kickstarter to launch the initiative, which has raised USD$1 million since it started..
Filipino artist Pio Abad holds maiden exhibition in Australia...
Prior to the opening of his first Australian exhibition at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art in Sydney, Pio Abad chats to Style by Asia blogger J Walking about the inspiration behind it and the evolution of a work that has "become materially more complex".
Three art exhibitions to see in Auckland now...
Following a three-year hiatus, the Auckland Art Fair is returning at the end of May with a suite of galleries from New Zealand, Australia, Latin America and the wider Pacific region. Here are three exhibitions not to miss!
Hometown – Interview with Nguyen Thanh Binh...
Craig Thomas Gallery in Saigon, Vietnam open Hometown, a solo exhibition of fifteen new oil paintings by Saigon-based artist Nguyen Thanh Binh on May 27th. Prior to the opening, Craig Thomas Gallery posed some questions to the artist about his latest work.
VIDEO: The Golden Pin Design Award
The call for entries deadline for Taiwan’s premier design award closes on June 30th. This stunning video gives insight into the concept of huaren design.
TUTU TO BE TRUE
Gabriel Martin finds out what happens when a mother is mad about tutus?A friend of mine told me that she wanted to start up a business. I didn't know what the business was all about. It could possibly be on food (because she does amazing food styling shots and of course cooks) or potentially on..
All Eyes on EVISU
Strike a pose with the latest EVISU Eye collection in Malaysia, writes Gabriel MartinIt’s quick to say that EVISU is a household name for fashion since the 90s. The immediate ooohhs and aaahhhs upon seeing the signature brand on the back of the jeans or right next to the frame of the glasses are evident.Quirky..
Art Stage Jakarta: Indonesia – Asia’s Most Vibrant Collecting Scene...
Deddy Kusuma is one of Indonesia's leading, internationally recognized art collectors. An architect born and based in Jakarta, Deddy is in the real estate business and the President of the Art Stage Jakarta Board of Art Patrons. He speaks to Lorenzo Rudolf.
Interview: Zhang Zhenxue
Jelena Tamindzija of Art+ Shanghai interviews Zhang Zhenxue, one of the artists exhibiting in "Resurrection of Materiality: Dual Exhibition by Zhuang Hong Yi and Zhang Zhenxue" at the gallery in Shanghai until June 19th.
VIDEO: Samui Cultural Center and Fine Arts of Southeast Asia...
Samui Cultural Center and Fine Arts of Southeast Asia on Koh Samui, Thailand showcases a world of marvels.
Auckland Art Fair
Less than a week to go to Auckland Art Fair! Art Collector presents some of the highlights, taking place May 25 - 29th at The Cloud on Auckland’s Queen’s Wharf.
Insight: Art Busan
On May 20th 2016, the 5th edition of Art Busan will open to the public in Korea’s vibrant southern city of Busan. Founded by Younghee Sohn, the fair has grown into one of the most significant platforms for contemporary art in the region.
From rubble to renaissance, New Napier and Art Deco galore...
This is a story about how the small town of Napier in Hawke's Bay New Zealand rebuilt a town in ruins after an earthquake into the largest concentration of Art Deco buildings in the world – right in the middle of the Great Depression.
Buy art to save lives at the Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong...
In one corner of the Affordable Art Fair in Hong Kong stands an installation that could save lives.Created by Australian artist, Glen Clarke, the piece, entitled One Less, is made up of 12,000 bank notes. Each one is meticulously origami-folded to make a tiny shirt, and then these have been strung together and hung to produce..
Interview: Yoshitomo Nara
In Hong Kong during April, to receive one of three prestigious Asia Arts Game Changer awards from the Asia Society, Yoshitomo Nara spoke to Ocula about his work, and why he deliberately seeks out solitude to create by living in the small and distant city of Aomori, in northern Japan.
The Rose Weavers of Hohepa
Sharing an excellent article I recently found about the Rose Weavers of Hohepa, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand.
Top 8 DIY tips and tricks
Welcome to our newest account addition to Style by Asia, opened because we KNOW you love a little DIY. And so do we. Here we want to share the love, the projects, and the triumphs and we start by sharing some DIY tips and tricks to get you started.
24 Great DIY tips for Mom
Mothers Day is upon us, and every year the same question comes up. What to give mom? We have gathered some great tips for kids of all ages. Time to Get Crafty!

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