Art Basel HK: It’s a Wrap!

Well, Art Basel Hong Kong has been and gone, summer art fair season has ended, and vacation is upon us. There have been plenty of posts on the Basel brand's inaugural HK fair, so why add another to the pile? Really I just wanted an excuse to post lots and lots of pics of my... Continue Reading →

Rudolf Stingel at Palazzo Grassi

One of my favourite exhibitions during the 55th Venice Biennale is Italian-born, New York-based Rudolf Stingel's solo at the Francois Pinault owned Palazzo Grassi. The exhibition takes wall-to-wall carpeting to a whole new level, as every inch of floor and wall space (that's 50,000 square feet of floor and 30,000 square feet of wall in... Continue Reading →

Interview: Lee Kit

Lee Kit is everywhere at the moment. His work has been popping up at art fairs, including several booths at Art Basel HK; international solo exhibitions from Beijing to Palermo, and group shows at MoMA in New York, and the New Museum; and the pages of countless newspapers and art journals. There’s a lot of... Continue Reading →

55th Venice Biennale Artists and Pavilions

Getting terribly excited about our biennial Venice art pilgrimage to the Venice Biennale. Established over a century ago and nicknamed the 'Olympics of the Art World', countries are designated a national pavilion and represented by an artist (or artists) who is selected or invited to participate in this prestigious cultural institution. It's a showcase of... Continue Reading →

Art Stage Singapore 2013

Published on ocula.com, January 30, 2013 Art Stage Singapore has just finished its third, and so far most successful edition, this past weekend. Held in the basement of Marina Bay Sands Exhibition and Convention Centre, this year saw some 130 gallery booths participating. While ‘relaxed’ is how one collector described the atmosphere of the first... Continue Reading →

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