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Ai Wei Wei’s Sunflower Seeds

Published on 16 November, 2010 by | 5 | Filed under: Gallery | Tags: , , , , ,

No touching! No moving! Exclusive video of a Tate Modern employee raking Ai Wei Wei’s Turbine Hall installation, like a monk in a giant zen garden of Chinese labour.

A Road to Pass Through

Published on 28 June, 2010 by | Comments closed | Filed under: Reviews | Tags: , , , ,

Stepping on the backs of artists. A review of “ROAD”, an exhibition by Myanmar artist Myat Kywat, 12 – 17 June 2010 at newly opened DAGAUNG Gallery in Yangon

Bangkok: The Agony and the Ecstasy

Published on 13 January, 2010 by | Comments closed | Filed under: Reviews | Tags: , , , , ,

By Eva McGovern

Thai artist Maitree Siriboon’s exhibition Isarn Boy Soi 4 at Whitespace Gallery. An intoxicating total installation or better yet a self reflective temple/bordello/nightclub for the artist to pause on issues of culture and gender identity

Things Matter to Us All, There’s No Denying it Now

Published on 3 November, 2009 by | Comments closed | Filed under: Reviews | Tags: , , , , ,

by Suraya Warden

Exhibition Review: Everything is Sacred, by Norberto Roldan at Taksu Gallery, strikes the viewer as straight from the heart, showing works by an artist whose contemplations have been successfully translated into visual art.


Published on 26 September, 2009 by | 9 | Filed under: News | Tags: , , , , , , , , ,


There’s little point in arguing about it really. Working with only the best, we can’t be anything else but too pleased and delighted to present to you The Best Art Show in the Univers.

Eyes (I), Minds (Mine) & (Yours)

Published on 17 September, 2009 by | 1 | Filed under: Reviews | Tags: , , , ,

by Bill Nguyen

Review: Hoang Minh Duc’s Longan @ Nha San Duc, Hanoi

Intervention of the ‘longan’ in Nha San Duc creates playfully new ways for viewers to engage with the architectural structure of a contemporary art space housed under a traditional Muong stilt house.

Melting of Mountains

Published on 8 September, 2009 by | 2 | Filed under: Reviews | Tags: , , , , ,

by Bill Nguyen

Review: Nguyen Phuong Linh’s Salt @ Galerie Qunyh

Salt exists in many different forms – as fluid, crystals and air. It also becomes a personal and poetic language that engages with the social history of salt production in Vietnam.

Ulasan: Konser Imaji

Published on 26 August, 2009 by | 1 | Filed under: Reviews | Tags: , , ,

oleh Nirwan Ahmad Arsuka

Selain deretan karya yang sungguh beraneka ragam dan dikerjakan dalam kurun dua dekade lebih dari mungkin perupa terpenting Indonesia saat ini, penghargaan memang harus juga diberikan ke pelaksanaan pameran, Still Crazy After All These Years.

Paper Moons, Dreams and Shoes for Walking


An evening of magical realism, story telling, puppetry, total installation, suspension of disbelief and contemporary fairy tales by Iwan Effendi and Maria Tri Sulistyani at Valentine Willie Fine Art KL.

Enough About Me. What do YOU think of me?

Published on 25 July, 2009 by | Comments closed | Filed under: Essays | Tags: , , , ,

By Erna Dyanty

Exhibition Review: June 2009, brought Nizam Abdullah’s first solo exhibition at the Annexe Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, entitled threesixfive ME, where he displayed new series of works with a theme that incorporates nothing but him self.

Sometimes the past is the future

by Suraya Warden

Exhibition Review: Within eleven works of art, in a small space, under fluorescent lighting can be held vision, talent and active potential. Al Cruz at Richard Koh Fine Art.

The emotive power of maps captured in artistic expression

By Suraya Warden

Exhibition Review: Artistic mapping is a cool idea. It is visually fun and has a point; one that works extremely well for the South Asian art scene as ‘Cartographical Lure’, the previous exhibition at Valentine Willie Fine Art, proves.

The Rock Kaka Thing: Critical Responses

Published on 15 June, 2009 by | 12 | Filed under: Essays | Tags: , , , ,


Critical responses to Rock Kaka by Fahmi Redza, Yin Shao Loong, Eva McGovern and Simon Soon.

Hot Shit: The Rock Kaka Thing

Published on 14 June, 2009 by | 5 | Filed under: News | Tags: , , , , , , ,

by Zedeck Siew

On 4 June – or was it 3 June? – two gentlemen walked into Valentine Willie Fine Art KL. Their target: Fahmi Reza’s Najib’s Head Stolen From Billboard.

Fahmi’s Najib was behind yellow police tape. “So, basically it means that our PM is behind a crime scene, is it?”

Whose Who?: Personal Effects

Published on 11 June, 2009 by | 4 | Filed under: News | Tags: , ,

by Alex Yong

Personal Effects: 30th May – 14th June 2009 @ RogueArt

Personal Effects is a loose collection of belongings. It explores the many different ways in which we choose to look at objects and the values we impose on them.

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