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  • Luna – Wine Design at its best June 29

    Luna Estate is a gorgeous vineyard located

  • VIDEO: Steve Leung June 29

    Winner of the 2016 Pinnacle Award, Perspective Magazine

  • Singapore Festival of Arts June 28

    A celebration of the arts

  • CatchOn : Made In China June 27

    Founded in 2001, CatchOn is an independent

  • ‘Cultural Hong Kong’ – exhibition about West Kowloon June 26

    From now until 30 November, as part

  • Design Bar-Hopping in Hong Kong June 23

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  • “F is for FENDI” – street art on the roofs! June 22
  • Senior Collaborations at SCAD Hong Kong! June 21

    There is no question that we love

  • VIDEO: Design Perspectives x Golden Pin Salon in KL June 20
  • DIY: The Bamboo Project June 19

    Soo..I got a bit excited and inspired

  • ‘art exhibition’

    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
    Editor

    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
    Editor

     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
    Editor

    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
    Editor

    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
    Editor

    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
    Editor

    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
    Editor

      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
    Editor

    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
    Editor

     The seventh edition of Art Stage Singapore returns from 12 to 15 January 2017 (Vernissage on 11 January) with the second Southeast Asia Forum and regional and international galleries presenting artists from across Asia and the world.  ----------------------- Featuring more than 120 galleries from 27 countries, three quarters of the upcoming exhibitors are returning galleries in this, the seventh edition of Art Stage Singapore. A part of the fair, the second Southeast Asia Forum, titled Net Present Value: Art, Capital, Futures, focuses on capitalism as its theme and direct attention to questions surrounding the values of art, imagination, and progress, and the price of doing business as usual amidst the changing dynamics of the international capitalist system...

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    Tuesday, 10 January, 2017
    Editor

    As we look back at 2016, we look back on a year of some damn fine content!So fine in fact, that we have decided to gather some of them here and present them to you, in one post.Easy Peasy Japaneasy and You're Welcome! In no particular order (but we group them by category to make it easy for you):  FASHION EMERGING TALENT SHOWCASE AT INDIAN FASHION WEEKSix talented new fashion designers showcased their latest collections as part of the Lakmé Fashion Week 2016 Gen Next show in India. The depth of talent was obvious in these carefully crafted collections...

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    Thursday, 29 December, 2016
    Editor

    Sam Jinks' sculptural work sustains the briefest and often most private moments in time. Emotional vulnerability is both the subject and result of his work and moves audiences in a way not expected from contemporary art. For Jinks, his works are not literal representations, but are based on the combination of different stages of life. Jinks uses these themes of old and new to suggest unrealized potential: the figures are frozen in time, simultaneously at the beginning and end of life. This can be interpreted either as a melancholy reflection of loss, or as the experience of generations standing together with the awareness of life cycles and different stages of development...

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    Thursday, 29 December, 2016
    Vlogger

    As a part of our collaboration with Singapore Contemporary, we here publish their newest 'Art Alert' - and bring your attention to some perhaps less-heard-of Malaysian Galleries. Enjoy!    Read more Art Alerts from Singapore Contemporary here, here here and hereSee more from Singapore Contemporary here

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    Saturday, 03 December, 2016
    Editor

    The Singapore Biennale 2016 opened on 27 October 2016 and will run till 26 February 2017. It is titled An Atlas of Mirrors and it presents 60 artworks by 62 artists and art collectives that explores the following notions - space, time, memory, nature, boundaries, agency, identity, displacement and absence. The artworks spans various mediums, clustering around nine sub-themes and is being presented across seven venues - Singapore Art Museum and SAM at 8Q, Asian Civilisations Museum, de Suantio Gallery at SMU, National Museum of Singapore, Stamford Green, and Peranakan Museum...

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    Friday, 02 December, 2016
    Editor

     Craig Thomas Gallery is hosting the solo exhibition of oil paintings by Hanoi-based artist Quach Bac called Familiar Sky from 11 – 28 November. The gallery speaks to the artist before the opening.-------------------- Quach Bac is a talented young visual artist who brings a critical eye and a perspective and maturity to his work that belies his relative youth (b. 1988). In preparation for his upcoming solo exhibition, we posed some questions below to Bac about the Familiar Sky collection, his motivations, and his creative influences...

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    Friday, 11 November, 2016
    Editor

    As a part of our collaboration with Singapore Contemporary, we here publish their newest 'Art Alert' - this time we take a look at Photography.     Read more Art Alerts from Singapore Contemporary here, here and here

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    Thursday, 10 November, 2016
    Editor

    Wang Xuejun unveiled his first photography collection of "Neutral Sex" in his solo show opening at Noeli Gallery in Shanghai, China on October 22nd.In his new collection of photographs, Wang Xuejun projects some typical feminine symbols such as jewelry and lace lingerie onto a male body to create an unique visual image of "Neutral Sex". These new images of Neutral Sex challenge our traditional perception and value to define a female and a male's position and their invisible emotions, strengths and weakness...

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    Saturday, 05 November, 2016
    Editor

    In a collaboration with Rossi & Rossi in Hong Kong, gallery directory Corey Andrew Barr talks to artist Tsherin Sherpa about Beautiful Decay, the artists first solo exhibition in Asia which took place at Rossi & Rossi Hong Kong from 24 September–5 November.   Corey Andrew BarrHello Tsherin, I’d like to take a moment to discuss Beautiful Decay, your first solo exhibition in Asia which took place at Rossi & Rossi Hong Kong from 24 September–5 November. Your work projects strong references to traditional Buddhist iconography, however it also incorporates contemporary imagery and non-traditional forms, how do you explain this, for example in the work titled OMG? Tsherin SherpaThis work is inspired by my own experience as a Tibetan living in the US...

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    Saturday, 05 November, 2016
    Editor

    Dubai has a vision... to be the hub of art and design not only in the GCC region but to the world.Under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Design Week was born in 2015. It is one of the world's newest international events and is supported by Dubai Design & Fashion Council and Dubai Culture & Arts Authority.A 6-day program filled with keynote speeches, panel discussions, public performances and workshops all open to public that means everyone from kids to design professionals have the opportunity to discover, experience and engage with design...

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    Thursday, 03 November, 2016
    QKay

    It is an indisputable fact that the country of Italy is widely renowned for being captains of industry, be it in designing cars, art, engineering or fashion.  So it came as no surprise that the Italian Embassy in Malaysia would be hosting a special exhibition dedicated to showcasing some of Italy's most historically iconic designs.  As avid lovers of all things Italian, Batik&Bubbles took a quick gander at some of Italy's best products spotlighted during the exhibit. As part of the 16th edition of the "Italian Language Week in the World", the theme this year was "Italian and Creativity: Brands and Tradition, Fashion and Design"...

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    Thursday, 03 November, 2016
    Batik&Bubbles

    This fall Cordis Hotel in Mongkok is partnering with Hong Kong Sculpture to host the latest Art-in-Residence exhibition, on the theme “Embracing Nature”. In this new installation, located in the lobby of the hotel and open to public from 24 October to 11 November 2016, five emerging Hong Kong sculptors display their own unique sculptures, each paying homage to the beauty of nature. Style by Asia speak to two of the artists about their art practice and their inspiration.----------------------- Cordis, Hong Kong is a hotel that takes art seriously...

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    Thursday, 03 November, 2016
    Editor

    This is an article published in collaboration with Ocula.com. To see the original one, click hereFor its second edition, Asia Now is broadening perspectives on contemporary Asian art and its growing market, showcasing both established and emerging artists to demonstrate its value and potential. Asia Now gathered over 30 galleries in Paris, representing artists from more than 12 Asian territories including Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Tibet, and Vietnam...

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    Tuesday, 25 October, 2016
    Editor

    As a part of our collaboration with Singapore Contemporary, we here publish their newest 'Art Alert' - this time we take a look at Chinese Ink Paintings.--------------- To start off your year in style, plan in a trip to Singapore Contemporary Art Show - January 19-22nd. But we would suggest you to already now head to the Singapore Contemporary website to browse these artists and their works, along with many more.Some works have even been bought off the website unseen, so if there is something particular that catches your fancy, go for it! Head to www...

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    Thursday, 13 October, 2016
    Editor

    "PS 50 is a display of a half century's maze of perceptions, and the thread of friendship that runs within." –  Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre Works by Calvin Poon and Stephen YauThe Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre held a short exhibition celebrating 50 years of art created by two good friends: Calvin Poon and Stephen Yau."There once were two boys who became friends in primary school. One loved to paint; the other loved to write. After 50 years and half a world apart, they come together again...

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    Thursday, 01 September, 2016
    Guest Blogger

    Esther Stewart wins the 2016 Sulman Prize with geometric masterpiece "Flatland Dreaming".A relative new-comer to the Australian art scene, with an undergraduate degree in fine art from Victorian College of the Arts and a Master’s degree in Cultural and Arts Management from the University of Melbourne, Melbourne based artist Esther Stewart is the winner of the 2016 Sulman Prize with her signature geometric and angular designs. The Sir John Sulman Prize is awarded for the "best subject painting, genre painting or mural project by an Australian artist...

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    Thursday, 01 September, 2016
    Editor

    The Walters Prize 2016 – A showcase of outstanding New Zealand artThe Walters Prize is New Zealand’s most prestigious contemporary art prize and 2016 marks the eighth round of the biannual award at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. The prize awards the most outstanding contribution made to contemporary art in New Zealand by an artist in the period (two years) preceding the prize.For the first time ever,  The Walters Prize 2016 is focusing on lens-based and moving image works that will offer captivating experiences - all of the four finalists are presenting photography or video works...

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    Thursday, 01 September, 2016
    Auckland Explorer

    Malaysian artist Rajinder Singh opened his new solo show "Cage of Deliverance" at Wei Ling Contemporary in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The gallery speaks to the artist before the opening, about his art, his practice and the inspiration behind the new exhibition. ------------------------ Wei Ling Contemporary is pleased to present Cage of Deliverance, a solo exhibition by Rajinder Singh. This marks the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. The first being ...the ceiling floats away with a sigh...

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    Tuesday, 30 August, 2016
    Editor

    Archibald Prize 2016Australia’s prestigious Archibald Prize is awarded each year to the best portrait “preferentially of some man or woman distinguished in art, letters, science or politics, painted by any artist resident in Australasia”. Established in 1921, the aim of the Prize is to “foster portraiture as well as support artists and perpetuate the memory of great Australians.”This year's winner was Melbourne-based artist Louise Hearman, for her portrait of the eminent and adored Australian, Barry Humphries: a comedian best known for his frocked up, flamboyant, bespectacled character Dame Edna Everage...

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    Friday, 29 July, 2016
    Guest Blogger

    Craig Thomas Gallery is pleased to announce Happy Never After, a solo exhibition of mixed media paintings by Saigon-based artist Khoa Le, showing at their gallery in Vietnam until July 20th.  The gallery speaks to the artist just before her opening on Friday June 24th.------------------ Khoa Le is a talented young visual artist who also works as an illustrator and an author of short stories and picture books for children. Her diverse skill set is on full display in the fantastical creations of the Happy Never After series, showing at Craig Thomas Gallery in Saigon, Vietnam until July 20th 2016...

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    Thursday, 23 June, 2016
    Editor

    This summer is arguably the summer of Yayoi Kusama, one of Japan’s most prolific female artists, with multiple exhibitions and installations happening around the world over the next few months. This is somewhat unsurprising as it follows in the wake of the artist being named one of TIME Magazine's "100 most Influential People" for 2016. For those avid fans of her works, The Artling has put together a list of places where you can find a Kusama pumpkin or an Infinity Room so you can ‘self-obliterate’ into her wonderful world...

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    Thursday, 16 June, 2016
    The Artling

    I wandered a bit further afield from my usual Shanghai haunts to nearby Wuzhen. The recently thawing spring weather and newly opened Art Wuzhen exhibition motivated me to make the 2 hour drive beyond the limits of the city. Wuzhen 乌镇 is an "ancient" water town southwest of Shanghai (the line between original and restoration is always comically vague in China). If you are unfamiliar with the many water towns that litter the megacity's periphery, they are essentially the equivalents of Chinese Venice, complete with canals, gondolas and the opportunity for boat selfies...

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    Saturday, 04 June, 2016
    Guest Blogger

    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 the wide range of disciplines offered in the studios and through the workshop programme, the diversity of media used by artists and the energy, commitment and enthusiasm of its members...

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    Thursday, 26 May, 2016
    QKay

    Indonesia: The Heart of Asia's Most Vibrant Collecting SceneLorenzo Rudolf in conversation with Deddy KusumaDeddy 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. He is President of the Art Stage Jakarta Board of Art Patrons. LR: Deddy, we've been friends for a long time, you were the one who introduced me to Indonesia. From the beginning, I was impressed that you are not only a collector, but above all, an advocate and promoter for Indonesian art...

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    Friday, 20 May, 2016
    Editor

    The Affordable Art Fair is back at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 13 – 15 May, 2016 with a hot new program. Style by Asia as always gives you the highlights of the show, we interview the fairs director about what's new and hot, and we help you plan your visit. Don't miss our exclusive ticket giveaway, details at the end of the article! The fair starts with a Collectors’ Afternoon: 12 May (Invitation Only) followed by a Private View: 12 May (Invitation Only). ------------------------- ABOUT THE FAIR The new edition of the Affordable Art Fair aims to again, the 4th time in Hong Kong, create an inspiring and friendly atmosphere for visitors to enjoy and browse through thousands of original paintings, prints, sculptures and photography - all from young emerging artists to renowned names displayed together under one roof...

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    Thursday, 28 April, 2016
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    By Diana d'Arenberg for Ocula.com. Read the original article here.Republished with full permission.  Afterwork at Para Site19 March to 29 May 2016In a city where the problems and issues facing migrant workers—who make up approximately 4% of the population, and are mainly women—are seldom addressed, and where stories of injustice and tales of domestic-helper abuse by employers have been making headlines in the past couple of years, Afterwork is timely.Afterwork is a continuation of Para Site’s ongoing Hong Kong’s Migrant Domestic Workers Project, a project aimed at engaging the domestic worker community through collaboratively organised public programmes and commissioned artist research...

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    Monday, 18 April, 2016
    Editor

    The Kings of Wishful Thinking – Anurendra Jegadevaat Wei-Ling Contemporary in Kuala Lumpur. Story by Malaysian curator Gowri Balasgaran. The best things in life are freeBut you can keep ‘em for the birds and beesNow give me money (that’s what I want)That’s what I want (that’s what I want)That’s what I want (that’s what I want) yeahThat’s what I wantExcerpt from the song Money by The Beatles Money talks. It speaks a universal language and makes the world go round, so they say, but also the root of all evil...

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    Thursday, 14 April, 2016
    Editor

    His carved portraits have appeared on walls of buildings from Brazil to London; one of his works even graced the International Space Station as it travelled above the Earth at 28 800 km/h. Now Portuguese artist, Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, has created his first ever solo exhibition for Hong Kong.Debris, a collaboration with Hong Kong Contemporary Art Foundation (HOCA), is a multi-site experience, utilising two Hong Kong icons - a tram and Central Pier Four. Running until 4th April, the exhibition "encourages visitors to explore the city and reflect on the nature of the urban environment through the lens of the artist"...

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    Sunday, 27 March, 2016
    Katie Scott

    The most exciting event on my March calendar... (drum roll please!!!)No, it is NOT Fashion Forward Dubai. It is also NOT my AW collection photo shoot although i am super excited about it and you will of course hear all about it later. Well... it is Art Dubai!!!! A week long non-stop art events all around the city. All the art-lovers who had gone on hibernation mode suddenly is everywhere, and not to mention big international artists getting their work exhibited in the city. The atmosphere is so alive! Creativity is in the air!On the opening night of Art Dubai, i went to photography exhibition Community8SS held at 8th Street Studio to support my dear friends, the fierce Mannbutte, known for his fresh and provocative style; Marta Lamovsek for her piercingly soulful and dreamy images...

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    Wednesday, 16 March, 2016
    QKay

    Rodney Stratton is a New Zealand born, Hong Kong based artist and his works are currently on display in an exhibition with NZ photographer Drew Hill at Boom Gallery, 48 Sai St, Sheung Wan until 20 March.In this Guest Blogger piece he tells us a bit more about himself and his art.-------------------I have been drawing since childhood. At my wedding a few years ago my Dad reminded me of a story about me copying political caricatures from the newspaper when I was 8 during the 1990 New Zealand elections...

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    Wednesday, 24 February, 2016
    Guest Blogger

    This is a republished article from Ocula.com, written by Laura Thomson and republished with full permission. Read the original here  The much-anticipated National Gallery Singapore opened its doors to the public for the first time on 24 November 2015. Following an extensive renovation by Studio Milou Architecture, the museum now occupies two important historic buildings in the heart of Singapore’s Civic District, the former City Hall and Supreme Court buildings. The 64,000 square metre museum is the largest visual arts institution in Singapore...

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    Saturday, 28 November, 2015
    Editor

    One man’s trash is another’s opportunity to create a meaningful message.ReDot Fine Art Gallery in Singapore is until November 21st hosting the first ever international show by the community art centre known as Erub Arts, which has become famous for their production of Ghost Net sculptures and artefacts made from debris collected from the oceans around Darnley Island, Australia.--------------------- Erub rises sharply from the au karem (deep sea) in the eastern Torres Strait, and their daily life is governed by the rhythms of the ocean and the seasons...

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    Monday, 16 November, 2015
    Editor

      Courtesy of Noeli Gallery in Shanghai, Style by Asia publish an interview with Canadian artist Stefanie Vallee, currently showing at the gallery in Shanghai, about her work and inspiration from China.

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    Monday, 26 October, 2015
    Editor

    The 7th edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show opens on Thursday evening October 8th with an exclusive VIP Preview for invited guests from 5pm to 9pm, and is then open to the public on Friday, Saturday and Sunday the 9th, 10th and 11th. Held at the Conrad Hong Kong on the 40th, 41st and 42nd floors, the Show presents a wide selection of more than 2,000 works of art from 60 exhibitors. More than 40 artists will be present at the Show to meet with collectors and art buyers, and share the inspiration behind their works...

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    Thursday, 08 October, 2015
    Editor

    We couldn't have chosen a better week to visit Shanghai! Last week, the city was bursting at the seams with art exhibitions, fairs and great events. We take a closer look at the West Bund fair itself, plus a few of the satellite exhibitions below.-------------------------- The West Bund Art & Design fair is the first large-scale international art and design fair in China, and it has attracted top galleries from around the world. It took place at West Bund Art Center on the Xuhui Waterfront from 8–13 September 2015 and building on last year's first year achievements, the aim is to propel contemporary visual art in China even further...

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    Thursday, 17 September, 2015
    Editor

    Photos by Anna Uvarova ( Jase KING - Viaggi Designer)The new brand Viaggi recently launched its new scarves/accessories collection in one of Shanghai’s beautiful art exhibitions. Speaking with the designer, Jase King, he shares with The Marginalist his inspiration for the collection as well as his  future plans as an emerging designers going from sustainability to his  inspirations for his prints and future plans.    Can you give us a brief intro of yourself /background and an intro to the brandBorn in Melbourne Australia and having lived in 7 countries so far, travel has been part of my life growing up...

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    Wednesday, 08 July, 2015
    Guest Blogger

    “Art as Social Interaction” is not your common exhibition. Running from October 17 till November 23 at Academy of Visual Arts of the Hong Kong Baptist University. The exhibition showcases the works of around 30 different artists from Hong Kong and Taiwan that aim to promote dialogue around socially engaged art. Hong Kong and Taiwan are facing similar social and political issues, giving the artworks meaning and bringing awareness to how important it is for us to interact with art to bring these messages across...

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    Thursday, 30 October, 2014
    Editor

    Post by Anna Cheng               “Building Jewellery " is the latest contemporary jewellery exhibition  at Ame Gallery, showing works of 6 artists from Taiwan, Costa Rica, USA, Australia, Germany and Netherlands. This exhibition explores how the concept of architecture and built environment embedded in contemporary jewellery. Because of my background as an interior architect, the topic of Architecture in contemporary jewellery always fascinates me. I think Architecture is a discipline beyond buildings, physical space and structure...

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