Reviews Across Asia

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With simultaneously mournful and irreverent works, ‘F’ at Empty Gallery is haunted by our inability to process grief in the internet age

BY Cassie Kaixin Liu | 16 SEP 22

‘Still Alive’ registers the inequity inherent in the world while imagining a trajectory to a future unburdened by rigid categories of identity

 

BY Christopher Whitfield | 24 AUG 22

In celebration of the Inaugural Frieze Seoul, here are must-see shows right now to catch if you are still in Korea

BY Hayoung Chung | 23 AUG 22

A group show at Times Museum, Guangzhou, traces waterways in Southeast Asia and the cultures, communities and survival strategies forged in their wake

BY Qu Chang | 04 AUG 22

A group show at Singapore Art Museum’s new outpost invites viewers to discern the flows of capital in contemporary life and imagine more humane systems

BY Christine Han | 02 AUG 22

At ARKO Art Center, Seoul, ‘All About Love’, a bell hooks-inspired joint show, interweaves personal narratives to deconstruct societal conventions

BY Hayoung Chung | 27 JUN 22

From Feng Lianghong’s coloured abstractions at N3 Contemporary Art to a survey of Werner Büttner at Triumph Gallery

BY Nooshfar Afnan | 27 JUN 22

A joint exhibition at Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai, opens a cross-generational discourse, connecting the two artist’s interests in light and momentary experience

BY Skye Arundhati Thomas | 19 MAY 22

Organised across five venues, the fourth iteration of the event seeks to place Indigenous cultures and practices front and centre

BY Ashish Dhakal | 28 MAR 22

Curated by Jeppe Ugelvig and Poppy Dongxue Wu, the group show at Bejing’s X Museum, questions identity, community and controversial impact of the global fashion industry

BY Nooshfar Afnan | 31 JAN 22

A survey at Chishang Art Centre, Taiwan, positions the artist’s tenderly crafted landscapes alongside his lesser-known depictions of handsome young men

BY Christopher Whitfield | 13 DEC 21

At Lehmann Maupin, Seoul, the artist presents a suite of hand-sewn paintings affectionately depicting day-to-day domesticities and family life

BY Hayoung Chung | 30 NOV 21

The artist’s poignant solo exhibition, part of Antenna Space's Antenna-tenna programme in Shanghai, captures queer life through fleeting touches and whispered speech

BY Alvin Li | 21 SEP 21

At Komaba Museum, Tokyo, a retrospective showcases the late postwar artist and theorist’s dedication to transforming polarized media representations

BY Azby Brown | 17 AUG 21

At HOTA Gallery, 19 artists mine local histories and draw out contradictions in the area’s development

BY Andy Butler | 28 JUN 21

At MO_Space, Taguig, two artists project materiality through contrasting approaches to painting

BY Carlos Quijon, Jr. | 28 MAY 21

A show at Nanjing’s Sifang Art Museum sparks a dialogue between two artists working through generational trauma

BY Alvin Li | 19 MAY 21

Curated by Defne Ayas and Natasha Ginwala, this year’s edition explores transnational kinships and inherited healing practices to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Gwangju May Uprising

BY Hayoung Chung | 10 MAY 21

At STPI, Singapore, the artist's solo exhibition wryly investigates the systems and structures of power 

BY Wong Bing Hao | 26 APR 21

With a new work on view at the Queens Museum, the artist continues to probe the paradox of Asian-American visibility and ‘model minority’ myth

BY Alex Jen | 09 APR 21