1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "asian art"

  2. Modernism is the original creation of enlightened human beings, it is the ultimate observation of the meaning of existence.

    Ai Weiwei 

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  3. Ai Weiwei takes over Berlin

    Spanning 32,300 square feet in Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau, this blockbuster show traces Ai Weiwei’s latest and most controversial work to date. Most of the works are new, tracing the time since his relationship with the government went sour ahead of the 2008 Olympics. They also tend to take a more personal tone, playing up (for better or worse) the celebrity status that he has garnered, particularly since his arrest, and which has since clouded much of the judgments of his oeuvre. 

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  4. Celebrating Yayoi Kusama

    "My art originates from hallucinations only I can see. I translate the hallucinations and obsessional images that plague me into sculptures and paintings." - Yayoi Kusama

    A famously provocative avant-garde artist, Yayoi Kusama is best known for her works featuring psychedelic imagery that evoke themes of psychology, feminism, obsession, sex, and intense self-reflection.

    After representing Japan at the Venice Biennale in 1993, Kusama’s work received newly heightened recognition from the international art world and in 2008, Kusama became the best-selling living female artist, with works breaking record prices at auction.

    Today marks her 85th Birthday, let’s celebrate this unique and visionary artist!  

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  5. Your Guide to Asia Week

    Major auction houses have more than enough exhibitions, sales, and lectures to fill up your schedule during New York’s Asia Week (March 14–22), but that doesn’t mean you should neglect the many top-flight Manhattan galleries that specialize in Asian art. 

    Herewith, a few of our top picks. 

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  6. Burmese Spring

    With Burma largely cut off from the west during the last 50 years, the local art scene became the “Galapagos Island” of the art world, evolving in isolation and in its own directions. Now, with the improving political environment, art lovers are once again being captivated by the remarkable artistic talent that exists in this fascinating county.

    Now, Ontario’s East Gallery, in conjunction with First Canadian Place gallery, are showing a group exhibition featuring six of the leading, internationally-established painters who are working in Burma today.

    Don’t miss Burmese Spring, which runs from March 3 through April 25.. 

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  7. Meeting Wang Qingsong

    Selected as one of three artists to represent China in the China National Pavilion at this year’s 55th Venice Biennale, Wang Qingsong is one of the country’s most famous Contemporary artists. 
    We sat down with him to discuss his past work and future projects.

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  8. Japanese artist Takashi Murakami is famous for his integration of Fine Art, commercialism, Japanese aesthetics, and cultural criticism into his work. 

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  9. This is what happens when Louis Vuitton and Japanese artist Takashi Murakami collaborate.

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  10. Art Stage Singapore

    Since its inception in 2010, Art Stage Singapore has been considered the flagship cultural event at the crossroads between Southeast Asia, China, India, Oceania, and the Middle East, and is the leading art fair for Asian Contemporary Art.

    Happening from January 16 through 19, the fair promises an excellent overview of Contemporary Art from the Asia-Pacific region.

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  11. Superflat

    We’re very excited to present our first sale of the new year, Superflat: Murakami and Friends. 

    With a diverse selection of art in all media by artist Takashi Murakami, who is considered to be the father of the iconic Japanese ‘Superflat’ artistic style (and famed for his collaboration with Louis Vuitton), the auction also features other notable artists of the movement Hiro Ando, Chiho Aoshima, Yoshitomo Nara, Aya Takano. 

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  12. Art Stage Singapore

    Art Stage Singapore is the place to experience Asian Contemporary Art at its very best.  

    This year, Art Stage Singapore introduces a new fair format of eight country and regional Platforms. These platforms are curated national exhibitions and comprise Australia, Central Asia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia.   

    "Art Stage is the only real fair in Asia with a real Asian identity. We are not a fair that wants to copy a western fair. People need to see the strengths of Asia," says Art Stage Singapore’s co-owner and director, Lorenzo Rudolf.

    Showcased in a museum-like exhibition layout, Art Stage Singapore is collaborating with various art professionals including curators and country advisers such as the likes of Mami Kataoka, chief curator at Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, and independent Chinese curator Huang Du. 

    The fair makes every effort to offer art collectors and enthusiasts the opportunity to discover tomorrow’s leading lights. 

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  13. Fighting New York’s icy temperatures with Takashi Murakami’s flower power. 

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  14. Hanart TZ

    Hong Kong’s Hanart TZ Gallery is celebrating their 30th anniversary with an incredible two-part exhibition and forums which will bring together 20 eminent international and local scholars.

    Hanart TZ Gallery has been a pioneer in exploring the Chinese cultural map and, over 20 years, has become a hub for emerging Chinese artists. In recent years, the Gallery gradually extended its focus to contemporary art abroad, and its programming reflects attempts to build links between artists of the broader Asian region.

    The Hanart 100 Symposium is taking place on Jan 16, 2014 and the exhibition opens on jan 17, 2014 at Hanart TZ Gallery. 

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  15. Auctions in Asia

    Art worth over $500 million was auctioned off in New York last week, setting several astounding records. With the international art-loving crowd hitting the Chinese auction scene this week, the question on everyone’s mind is: Who will emerge as the star of the fall auction season in China? 

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  16. Interview With Mariko Mori

    We sat down with New York-based Japanese artist Mariko Mori to discuss her solo exhibition at the Japan Society, Rebirth: Recent Work by Mariko Mori.
    Famed for her performances, installations, and videos, Mori’s works focus on alternative interpretations of self and the exploration of space, spirituality, technology, and the various factors that influence the viewer’s perception of identity.

    Enjoy the interview. 

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