Missed Tan Chui Mui’s ‘Year Without A Summer’? Phang Kuan Hoong reviews this beautiful Malaysian movie!
A review of Yee I-Lann’s book Fluid World. ‘A multi-layered, multi-textural, malleable, plastic world containing multiple narratives’
Munkao’s first solo exhibition is prosperous, auspicious, and oh so witty as Rachel Jena finds out.
“If you are not producing work, any reason you might give for not doing work is an excuse.”
Bakat Muda Sezaman has always gotten the art scene heated up, with plenty of bitching and healthy (plus unhealthy) debate surrounding the exhibition, artists and winners.
Did you manage to catch Serangan Zombie Pertama di Malaysia? Read what Zedeck Siew had to say!
It’s passed! A breakdown of the 2010 Bill compared to the existing National Art Gallery Act 1959 and what it could mean for the visual arts in Malaysia.
What’s it like for someone completely new to Malaysia and the art scene? A German visitor shares her experience at the NAG and Art Expo 2010.
A review of Daniel K’s ‘Hokkaido (Or Something Like That) at this year’s da:ns festival, Esplanade Theatre Studio, Singapore.
Poetry. Performance. Performing with poetic voice. Poeticizing a performance installation. All this was happening at Lokonat Gallery in Yangon, 13 – 15 Aug 2010.
Pop and Contemporary Fine Art Gallery, Singapore brings together a small but vibrant collection of paintings and silk screens by acclaimed Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama.
Bayu Utomo Radjikin: Even though the participating artists might know each other and relations might be warm, there must be a ‘working relationship’
Reading Olia Lialina’s The Vernacular Web takes me back into the early to mid nineties where the internet was a world which was constantly under construction.
While the three works on display can hardly be an adequate representation of the artist’s entire oeuvre, their spectacular nature offers a vivid illustration of Cai Guo-Qiang’s practice.
A look at Jogja Biennale X 2009: Jogja Jamming: Gerakan Arsip Seni Rupa. How can the masyarakat be empowered? First published in March 2010 issue of Off the Edge magazine.