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Commissioned by FENDI, Russian artist Pokras Lampas painted the largest calligraphy ever created in Italy earlier this month! The project is called “F is for… FENDI”, and no less than 500 litres of yellow paint were needed to cover the 1,250 square meter large roof of the magnificent FENDI Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana (Colosseo Quadrato) in Rome. According to Pokras Lampas, this piece talks about millenials and their aspiration to:  “Freedom, being Fearless, Freaky and having Fun”Check out the photos and the video below of this amazing work!         attached to this email and a video is available through Opera Gallery’s youtube channel:  Credit: Photos: © Den Bychkovsky / Video: © Sergey Valyaev

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Thursday, 22 June, 2017
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The exhibition "In My Garden" is the first solo exhibition of Chinese artist, Zhuang Hong Yi in Hong Kong. We went to see it at Opera Gallery in Hong Kong.-------------------- Known for his “colour-changing” acrylic paintings, Zhuang masters the 3-dimensional world of flowers, drawing inspiration from nature’s most beautiful symbols, depicting roses, irises and tulip petals in his signature style. His works represent beauty, sophistication and a high level of perfection with a clear presence of Chinese influence represented in his use of colours, themes, shapes and choice of materials...

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Wednesday, 14 June, 2017
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From June 14th-30th, the most comprehensive exhibition on the late Fan Ho’s work will be shown at Sotheby's Hong Kong. The exhibitions features over 30 vintage works by the celebrated photography master and film director Fan Ho. Each photo captures a moment in time, nostalgically documenting life in Hong Kong in the 1950s. For the first time, Fan Ho’s photography and related objects, among them the original Rolleiflex f3.5 camera used throughout his lifetime, will be exhibited.In addition, a new book has been released, Visual Dialogues: Hong Kong through the Lens of Fan Ho - a book which takes the readers on a journey through the old streets, quaint corners and harbour views of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 60s...

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Thursday, 08 June, 2017
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Yayoi Kusama’s exhibition: Life is the Heart of a RainbowThe first major exhibition of Yayoi Kusama in Southeast Asia is taking place at National Gallery Singapore in June.Yayoi Kusama (born Japan 1929) is one of the world’s most influential artists, and has played a crucial role in the development of art in the 20th and 21st centuries. To the public, she is most known for her "dotted" paintings. See right.  YAYOI KUSAMA: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow is the first major survey of her work in Southeast Asia, and will focus on the immersive and expansive nature of her practice...

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Saturday, 03 June, 2017
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Anyone who has followed Style by Asia for any length of time, know that we are big supporters of SCAD (Savannah College of Arts and Design), where at the Hong Kong campus our Managing Director also has lectured! We love everything they do, from the very student focused curriculum, preparing students for a career in the arts, to alumni activities and resident programs. And now we have heard of yet another great initiative from Paula Wallace and team: SCAD Art Sales!---------------------- At the age of 29, Paula Wallace set out to start an art and design university, after leaving her job as a grade-school teacher...

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Saturday, 03 June, 2017
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M+ Summer Camp 2017: Nerve – A unique creative summer experienceM+ Summer Camp offers the young people of Hong Kong an exciting opportunity to spend four days with creative professionals from a range of art fields – visual art, design, architecture, illustration and moving image – and discover new ways of experiencing the world around them. Through a range of indoor and outdoor workshops, talks, sharing sessions and performances, participants explore, experiment, play and work together, embarking on a journey that inspires creativity, critical thinking and confidence...

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Monday, 29 May, 2017
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In 1969 René Mederos (1933-1996) was sent by the Cuban government to Vietnam to paint scenes of the war in both North and South Vietnam. Mederos travelled with soldiers and villagers along the Hồ Chí Minh Trail, living and working with the Vietnamese community. He returned to Vietnam in 1972, and once again painted images of the Vietnamese resistance, often at great personal risk. During his two trips to Vietnam, Mederos amassed a collection of over three-dozen works of various sizes, depicting the grassroots revolutionary movement of the Vietnamese in vibrant, detailed paintings...

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Saturday, 27 May, 2017
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Inaugural Gallery Children’s Biennale brings Dreams and Stories to Life  Young visitors to the National Gallery Singapore will have their creative imagination ignited with the launch of the first-ever Gallery Children’s Biennale. Starting from 20 May and spanning across more than four months, Gallery Children’s Biennale presents a suite of art installations and activities specially curated for young visitors and parents to embark on a creative journey of exploration and discovery together...

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Tuesday, 23 May, 2017
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For the launch of Red Bull's new bottle, Mischief Productions together with four street artist uses the popular game where players have to spin a bottle and complete a challenge. ----------------------- Everyone knows this old play, practiced by children and adolescents alike (albeit with slightly different intent normally..). Red Bull and Mischief Production also used it, when presenting the energy drinks new bottle the other day.To mark the arrival of their new aluminum bottle format in Hong Kong, Red Bull invited four of Asia's pioneering graffiti and street artists to “spin the bottle”, and create art pieces to express energy...

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Monday, 22 May, 2017
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We are huge fans of the artistic collective I AM and their work (check out the earlier interview with Kate March, creative director of I AM here). Combining performance art with dining and creating interactive performances, it is a truly different experience. Check out this video from their work in Singapore, Hong Kong and New York City!

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Sunday, 21 May, 2017
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In June, Galerie du Monde will be exhibiting a solo exhibition revealing the continued development of Chinese artist Fung Ming Chip, born in 1951 in Guangdong, China. The exhibition, MEME, will provide a comprehensive insight into Fung's decades-long exploration of the history and philosophy of the written word.---------------------- Much of Fung's work to date has explored ideograms and pictographs – particularly Chinese characters – and investigated how meaning is transmitted in written languages through a combination of form and sound...

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Saturday, 20 May, 2017
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The Affordable Art Fair opened to the public yesterday, and runs for the entire weekend. It is the world’s most visited art fair with over 250,000 visitors attending each year, embodying its focus on accessibility to a diverse audience. The fair showcases both established and exciting new galleries, whilst also elevating young artists on an important global platform.A thousand artists will be on display at 113 galleries with a diverse range of art to suit all budgets and tastes alongside new charity partner Arts with the Disabled Association Hong Kong...

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Saturday, 20 May, 2017
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 A thousand artists will be on display at over 110 galleries with a diverse range of art to suit all budgets and tastes alongside new charity partner Arts with the Disabled Association Hong Kong, at the Affordable Art Fair this weekend in Hong Kong.----------------------- The Affordable Art Fair is the world’s most visited art fair with over 250,000 visitors attending each year, embodying its focus on accessibility to a diverse audience. The fair showcases both established and exciting new galleries, whilst also elevating young artists on an important global platform...

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Wednesday, 17 May, 2017
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 The new exhibition Shout Whisper Wail! at Auckland Art Gallery features 11 contemporary artists who use space, performance, sound, music and voice to emphasise the encounter between art and its audience. It opens on May 20th. ---------------------- The Chartwell Show at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is a three-yearly exhibition presented by Auckland Art Gallery which is dedicated to the Chartwell Collection and the work of the Chartwell Trust. Auckland Art Gallery Director Rhana Devenport says:Shout Whisper Wail! demonstrates the strength of the Chartwell Collection as well as the generous and spirited engagement the Trust has with artists and their support towards the making of new artworks...

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Sunday, 14 May, 2017
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Want to find out how to make art work in your home? The 5 tips below from Eve Mercier at Insight School of Interior Design will help you get started, and decorate with art in any home, but if you want the details and all the nitty-gritty, join Insight School of Interior Design's special one-day course on Art and Interiors on May 19th. Participants are first introduced to concepts and given the facts at the school in Chai Wan in a lecture on how to use art in your interior décor, and this is followed by a guided tour of the Affordable Art Fair in Hong Kong to see it in real life...

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Thursday, 11 May, 2017
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A WORLD OF FANTASY - Fine Art Photography Dutch South African photographer Sarie Moolenburgh is showing her series ‘A world of Fantasy’, a summary of her analogue work at Bite Unite (G/F, 15 Lung On Street, Wanchai) until the 13th of May 2017.In this guest blogger post she tells us about her work and the inspiration behind it.------------------------- I have always been in love with the Impressionism art movement, which is visible in a lot of my work. With my oldskool analogue camera, I search for the boundaries of photography and art with images that capture the inner feelings somewhere between realism and fantasy, resulting in ethereal images...

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Thursday, 04 May, 2017
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Asia Art Archive (AAA), in collaboration with the Hong Kong Arts Centre, will host presentations by the first three scholars and curators of the first AAA Researchers-in-Residence for The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Research Programme. The presentations take place on 6 May 2017 from 2–6pm at the McAulay Studio of the Hong Kong Arts Centre and will be centred around Chinese film and art.------------------------ The research residency is part of the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Research Programme...

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Thursday, 27 April, 2017
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After a relatively quiet start to the year, Craig Thomas Gallery in Saigon is about to get busy with a series of solo exhibitions by mid-career artists from Hanoi and Saigon beginning in July. As a prelude, we present to you three artists to keep an eye on. ------------------------ First off is Nguyễn Quốc Trung, born in 1981 and a 2006 graduate of the Hanoi Fine Arts University. He is a Hanoi-based painter having his first solo show in Saigon. His solo exhibition is called Ethereal, comprising fifteen works of oil on canvas, and will open at Craig Thomas Gallery Tran Nhat Duat on 5 May 2017...

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Tuesday, 25 April, 2017
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The Seventh Annual SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival Welcomed Spring with a Celebration of Young Creative Talent in Hong Kong. A record 215 students joined the annual Sidewalk Arts Festival at SCAD Hong Kong5 students won SCAD summer program scholarships with their outstanding designs------------------------ On April 8th, SCAD’s UNESCO-awarded campus was transformed into a vibrant, multicultural celebration of color and creativity. The seventh annual SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival saw a 45% increase in participants from last year, and a total of 215 students joined forces in converting the university’s parking lot into Hong Kong’s largest chalkboard with their unique designs...

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Thursday, 20 April, 2017
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The 12 finalists for the John Fries Award 2017 have been announced. The award, curated by interdisciplinary artist, academic and curator, Consuelo Cavaniglia, is an annual $10,000 art award recognising the talents of early career visual artists from Australia and New Zealand.---------------------------- The award winner will be announced at the exhibition opening on 10 August 2017. Each finalist will present multiple works in the exhibition, open to the public at Sydney’s UNSW Galleries from 11 August - 2 September 2017...

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Wednesday, 12 April, 2017
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M+ Screenings: Genderfluid at Broadway CinemathequeHong Kong museum M+ is exploring how contemporary moving-image artists have created transgressive and transformative representations of gender on screen this weekend. M+ Screenings: Genderfluid presents a diverse mix of feature films, artist videos, animations, experimental films and documentaries that address the radical shifts in gender expression happening around the world. Justin Shoulder and Bhenji Ra from Club Ate will be present for a post-screening talk with M+ curators at the screening of Ex Nilalang at 4:40pm on 8 April...

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Thursday, 06 April, 2017
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What is .ART and why do you need it?Launched in late 2016, and during art week here in Asia, .ART is a new domain extension that differentiates and connects institutions and individuals associated with the art world, and that alone. The domain extension is designed to digitally unify the international art world under one top level domain, making it easy for artist, galleries and other art related institutions and galleries to instantly spot what it is about. .ART offers the first-ever opportunity to establish a unique digital identity through an immediate identification with the arts and the domains will be available to public buyers from May 2017...

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Monday, 03 April, 2017
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Sotheby’s Hong Kong presents Curiosity III on 4 April at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, a sale that offers a total of 76 lots estimated in excess of HK$50 million / US$6.4 million and features a gathering both of objects formed by nature as well as man-made, a cross between the Western cabinet of curiosities and the Chinese scholar’s studio.“This year’s curiosity cabinet brings together objects from ever more disparate spaces and time periods, from the Siberian tundra to Egypt and China, from the Jurassic period to Renaissance Europe...

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Friday, 31 March, 2017
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The National 2017: New Australian Art has been unveiled at three of Sydney’s premier cultural institutions, namely Art Gallery of New Wales (AGNSW), Carriageworks and Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA). This exhibition is the first in a six-year partnership that will continue biennially until 2021, presenting the latest ideas and forms in contemporary Australian art - connecting three of Sydney’s key cultural museums. The first exhibition, The National: New Australian Art is the only large-scale, multi-venue exhibition in the country focused solely on contemporary Australian art...

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Wednesday, 29 March, 2017
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HKwalls 2017 kicked off on Sat 18th March this year with various events, workshops, film screenings happening throughout a 9-days of murals and street art celebration (check out our HK Arts Month article here for other events this month).The closing party was last night, and all the murals have now been completed. So although you will not be able to see the artists in action, you will instead be able to see the finished murals! Our best tip is to go either early in the morning, late at night, or on a Sunday, as a lot of the murals are painted on shutters which will be open during business hours...

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Monday, 27 March, 2017
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Art Central opened on Monday with the VIP preview and then what they call the “Opening Night”.Style by Asia was obviously there, and in this photo log you will see some of the art we saw on the night.Read more about the fair and its programmes here------------------------ But as always, art is better appreciated live, then and there, so do head down to the tents on the Hong Kong harbour front. One of the most fun things of this type of art fair is to walk around, browse the galleries and the artist they represent and to talk to them about their art and how they make it...

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Wednesday, 22 March, 2017
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Art Basel and Google Arts & Culture collaborate on virtual reality project for Hong Kong showArt Basel has done a new collaboration with Google Arts & Culture, which was presented at the upcoming Art Basel show in Hong Kong yesterday. 'Virtual Frontiers: Artists experimenting with Tilt Brush' is a collaborative presentation of work by renowned international artists boychild, Cao Fei, Robin Rhode, Sun Xun and Yang Yongliang, created with Tilt Brush by Google – a 3D drawing and painting application...

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Tuesday, 21 March, 2017
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The Asia Contemporary Art Show returns to kick-off the art events in Hong Kong with its 10th edition, starting with a VIP preview last night (March 17th). Taking place from March 17 to 20, 2017, the Show will be the first art fair during Hong Kong Art Week to welcome collectors and art enthusiasts to view more than 3,000 artworks presented by over 80 galleries and artists from Asia and the world – from up-and-coming and mid-career artists, to those who have achieved success at auction.The 10th edition hosts galleries from 17 countries, and introduces two new features, China Perspectives and Artist Projects...

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Saturday, 18 March, 2017
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What used to be Art Week has now turned into more of an Art Month here in Hong Kong with not just Art Basel as the main highlight for many, there are numerous local art fairs and event. Here are some of the many art related things to see and do in Hong Kong this month! -------------------  Asia Contemporary Art Show (March 17th - 20th)The Asia Contemporary Art Show returns to kick-off the art events in Hong Kong with its 10th edition. Taking place from March 17 to 20, 2017, the Show will be the first art fair during Hong Kong Art Week to welcome collectors and art enthusiasts to view more than 3,000 artworks presented by over 80 galleries and artists from Asia and the world – from up-and-coming and mid-career artists, to those who have achieved success at auction...

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Friday, 17 March, 2017
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Drawing on ideas of collectability and fantasy, the Japanese artist Hiro Ando combines tradition with contemporary culture in his sculpture work. Ando’s editioned sculptures resemble enlarged toy cartoon characters and bear names such as SumoCat, SamuraiCat, UrbanCat, WarriorCat and RobotCat. They’re mainly monochrome and glossy, a few are enrobed in rhinestones or hand-painted. Ando’s work is the creative fruit of Japanese mass culture. His cat figures are reminiscent of maneki-neko (which literally means “beckoning cat”), a ubiquitous Japanese cultural icon symbolizing good luck...

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Tuesday, 14 March, 2017
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AUSTRALIA - The Eagle EyeA journey across Australia from an eagle's eye. Featuring animals and landscapes from the deserts to the ocean, including The Kimberley, Arnhem Land, The Pilbara, Cairns to Cape York and a handful of Western Australian Deserts. This video and more can be viewed on their Vimeo account here. Cinematography: Nick Robinson, Luke Peterson, Caspar Mazzotti, Cam Batten, Sid TinneyEditor: Caspar MazzottiMusic licensed from Beatbox'Lumina' by M J Petrie'Swarm Of Lights' by N Jean, G Felix, S Casais'Earthrise' by C P HaighCopyright 2017 Wild Pacific Mediawildpacificmedia...

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Sunday, 12 March, 2017
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Freespace Happening wraps up with a two-day fest!To celebrate the last of many Freespace Happenings of the season, West Kowloon Cultural District brings you a weekend packed with great music and events! --------------------For the live music lovers we have Wedance from Korea, The Murky Crows from Taiwan, Zhaoze from China, plus a great line-up of local bands including Kolor, Qiu Hong, Sensi Lion, New Youth Barbershop, silhungmo, ANWIYCTI, Maniac and Modern Children.For literature fans the House of Hong Kong Literature presents book talks with local writers, literature-based tours and treasure hunts, their popular “Potted Poetry Workshops” and “Literary Fortune-telling” sessions...

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Friday, 10 March, 2017
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 Sotheby’s Hong Kong Classical Chinese Paintings spring sale will take place on April 3rd at Hall 5, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. This sale presents 100 lots of classical Chinese paintings and calligraphy from celebrated private collections including the Mo Boji Family Collection and Si Wei Tang. Among the highlights of the sale are Landscapes by Shitao, formerly in the Wu Hufan Collection, Landscape after Huang Gongwang by Wang Yuanqi and Geese on the Waterfront by Ma Ben...

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Wednesday, 08 March, 2017
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The season of Sakura blossom is upon us. Nowhere in the world is the blossoming of cherry trees as awed, celebrated, and obsessed about as much as in Japan. And for a reason, after all the cherry blossom is considered their national flower.--------------------- "Hanami" is the centuries-old practice of picnicking under a blooming sakura or ume tree.Every year the Japanese Meteorological Agency and the public track the sakura zensen (cherry blossom front) as it moves northward up the archipelago with the approach of warmer weather via nightly forecasts following the weather segment of news programs...

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Tuesday, 07 March, 2017
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Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival comes to Singaporei light Marina Bay returns this March to set the Bay aglow with 20 sustainable light art installations taking centrestage at the Marina Bay waterfront. Running from 3 to 26 March 2017, the fifth edition of Asia’s leading sustainable light art festival will also feature, for the first time, three themed festival hubs that will create a festive atmosphere and experience.Held since 2010, i Light Marina Bay is a showcase of light art installations created by artists from Singapore and around the world...

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Saturday, 04 March, 2017
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The City of Sydney is seeking expressions of interest for the Art & About Sydney 2017/18 program  WHAT IS ART & ABOUT?Art in unusual places.Artists rethinking and temporarily reshaping city spaces.It can happen anywhere at anytime.It is for everyone.Art & About Sydney is a continuous program and as such they are now looking for work that can take place from July 2017 onwards all over Sydney WHAT ARE THEY LOOKING FOR?They are looking for big ideas that temporarily transform public and unusual spaces in the City of Sydney’s local area, wishing to engage, involve and inspire Sydneysiders, and therefore they seek creative projects that share this aim...

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Friday, 03 March, 2017
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A while back we visited George Town in Penang, and were totally blown away by the city's street art. You can read our articles about it here, here and here. The murals by Ernest Zacharevic are the ones that are most well-known, but did you know that there is also a whole slew of Steel Rod Sculptures depicting the history and culture of the city?------------------- The project Marking George Town Steel Rod Sculptures is a collection of caricatures placed on historic streets of George Town by a local company called Sculpture at Work...

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Thursday, 02 March, 2017
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  Gallery Weekend Beijing announces the exhibitions of participating galleries and institutions “What is a gallery weekend?!” you might ask. The idea of the Gallery Weekend was developed by galleries in Berlin in 2005 and each year the best galleries join forces to invite collectors worldwide to come and see the best exhibitions these galleries have to offer.Beijing is home to the largest community of artists in China and a major place for artistic production, much of which the world has never seen...

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Thursday, 23 February, 2017
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Have you heard of the kiwi based arts-crowdfunding platform ‘Boosted’? Well maybe it is time you check it out! This awesome organisation, set up as a Charitable Trust, has recently reached a significant milestone, namely raising over NZ$3 million dollars for arts and creative projects! How awesome is this?!! And this in a sector typically dominated by competitive funding bodies.---------------------- The NZ$3 million contribution equates to over 22,857 donations across 568 projects in fine-arts, film, theatre, music, dance, writing, fashion, gaming and photography...

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Wednesday, 22 February, 2017
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Currently showing at Noeli Gallery in Shanghai, the "Joyful Moment" Asian Contemporary Artists Group Exhibition comprises four Asian artists. In a collaboration with Noeli Gallery, we present interviews with some of the artists. Second out is Ko Injae.----------------------   Some photos from the opening night ----------------------The group exhibition is extended to 1st of March so go see it!For additional information, please contact Noeli Gallery:Website: www.noeligallery.com | T: +86-21-64319442Address: 150 B Yueyang Road,Shanghai, Xuhui Area 200031, China 

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Monday, 20 February, 2017
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HKwalls returns this March for a nine-day celebration of street art and creative collaboration in the industrial district of Wong Chuk Hang. From March 18 to 26th, the festival will engage the public with an incredible line-up of live mural painting, a print exhibition featuring the artists and more programmes to be announced later. The HKwalls team is on the lookout for new talent to participate in the festival and is currently holding an open call for any Hong Kong-based artists to apply...

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Saturday, 18 February, 2017
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So, as you may know I have visited Waiheke Island outside Auckland quite a lot lately... First I was there for the Garden Safari (read more about it here), and then again for headland Sculpture on The Gulf (see all the gorgeous sculptures here). While spending time on the island, I was stunned at how many amazing artists this little paradise had to offer, and so with the help of the local art gallery I sussed them out. Turns out there is not just one, but a few art galleries, and there is even a sculpture park! In addition, there are independent studios with artists working in oil, ceramic, watercolour, mixed media, gold, acrylic, glass and kauri wood...

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Thursday, 16 February, 2017
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The Singapore Biennale 2016, is arguably one of Asia’s most exciting contemporary visual art exhibitions, open to the public from 27 October 2016 until 26 February 2017. Titled An Atlas of Mirrors, this Biennale features works by 63 artists and art collectives from 19 countries and territories across Southeast Asia, East and South Asia. Artworks of various media are curated around nine sub-themes and presented at no less than seven locations, with the Singapore Art Museum and SAM at 8Q as anchor venues...

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Wednesday, 15 February, 2017
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Currently showing at Noeli Gallery in Shanghai, the "Joyful Moment" Asian Contemporary Artists Group Exhibition comprises four Asian artists. In a collaboration with Noeli Gallery, we present interviews with some of the artists. First out is Takeru Toyokura. ---------------------- Takeru Toyokura is a Japanese artist and illustrator based in Osaka, Japan. He graduated from Osaka-Sogo Design College. After graduating, he started to work as a professional artist. He makes his art by felt and paper...

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Tuesday, 14 February, 2017
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Missed Art Stage Singapore a few weeks ago in Merlion City? Check out this short video of some of the highlights of the art fair.Via Home & Decor Singapore. Watch more here 

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Monday, 06 February, 2017
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Yes you heard me. I know... It's HUGE. As last year was drawing to an end, I reflected on Style by Asia, where we are today, and where we should be heading over the next few years. In the three years since the platform was first founded, we have grown so much. And so fast. We have done great collaborations with brands, companies, artists and galleries and helped businesses with events, media outreach, and collaboration introductions. We have participated in numerous panel debates (and led a few too), discussing the current and future state of the creative scenes in Asia, and we have been media partner for many big art fairs and worked closely with design events in both Shanghai and Taiwan...

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Friday, 03 February, 2017
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 Yesterday, Friday Jan 27th was the start of headland Sculpture On The Gulf on Waiheke Island. I headed out last night, as the sun was starting to set, to check out all the cool sculptures, 35 of them, on this 2km long walk along the coast. It was a gorgeous night and I can highly recommend for everyone to head out and do this, it is great for families and dogs too!Guided by terrain and place, both highly respected senior and more recently established New Zealand artists has transformed a two kilometre section of headland from Church Bay towards Te Atawhai Whenua Reserve and Matiatia with ambitious and striking art works...

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Saturday, 28 January, 2017
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Have you heard about Art in Paradise in Bangkok?It is the first 3D Interactive Art Museum in Bangkok, and seriously a cool place to interact with art. For big and small children alike.---------------------- Art in Paradise (Bangkok) is the first “illusion” and three-dimensional museum in Bangkok, and comprises six permanent exhibition zones with different concepts. Every painting ranges from a period or country theme, with a mix of traditional and new art. The museum is divided into two floors, over 2,500 square meters and 150 interactive paintings that visitors can have fun with and enjoy...

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Wednesday, 25 January, 2017
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The 2nd edition of Singapore Contemporary opens in the afternoon and evening of Thursday, January 19th with an invitation-only Private View and Vernissage. General admission kicks-off on Friday the 20th, and continues throughout Saturday and Sunday the 21st and 22nd.---------------------- Spread over 6,000+ square meters, Singapore Contemporary will host more than 90 exhibitors offering collectors and art enthusiasts a wide selection of accessible and collectable works including original paintings, limited editions, sculpture and photography - including investment-grade art with a strong secondary market and auction following, plus works by some of the world's most interesting and promising artists...

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Monday, 16 January, 2017
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headland Sculpture on the Gulf, returns from Friday 27th January till Sunday 19th of February on Waiheke Island just outside of Auckland. Sculpture on the Gulf aims to make a unique contribution to the cultural life of New Zealand Aotearoa by creating opportunities for people to experience the power and beauty of contemporary sculpture in the landscape.And it gives you a work out too!--------------------Focusing on the very best of New Zealand art practice, 35 new artistic concepts created specifically for the event will be shown along a stunning coastal headland route and nearby surrounds on the island of Waiheke, just a 35min ferry ride from downtown Auckland...

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Saturday, 14 January, 2017
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