Asia Reviews

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At Empty Gallery, Hong Kong, a group show reinscribes readings of contemporary art through traditional Chinese aesthetic

BY Stephanie Bailey |

The eighth edition makes novel use of cacophony, disorientation and deferred gratification

BY Andrew Maerkle |

From a show dedicated to the archive of a Southeast Asian art guardian to Ming Wong’s imposing cosmic installation, here’s what not to miss during Singapore Art Week and ART SG

BY Wong Binghao |

An exhibition in Toyko sees the artist engage one of the earliest forms of photography to capture quiet, almost apparitional, landscapes

BY Nicholas Gamso |

At Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai, the artist’s olfactory installations yield to the unreliability of memory

BY Hindley Wang |

At the Fine Arts Museum, the greatest delights of ‘Small World’ are artworks that play with an absence of body or sound

BY Sean Burns |

‘Cosmos Cinema’, the 14th Shanghai Biennale at Power Station of Art, explores economic exploitation and escapism during our current Cold War


BY Paul Han |

At Tai Kwun, Hong Kong, the artist presents ‘live commissions’ that posit a relational fix to our fragmented media environment

BY Harry Burke |

From Arisa Kumagai’s ecclesiastical symbolism to Rika Minamitani’s carnivalesque paintings, here are the shows to see in Japan’s capital

BY Angel Lambo |

At P21, Seoul, a group show of intimate mixed media works draws on Byung-Chul Han’s revolutionary The Agony of Eros (2017)

BY Wong Binghao |

At PHD Group, Hong Kong, the artist mourns her mother through sensorial installations that incorporate personal detritus

BY Ophelia Lai |