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Ulanda Blair : Curator at ACMI and curator of the Yang Fudong Exhibition

Ulanda Blair is a curator at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne, Australia. When I meet Ulanda blair, the main exhibition is Yang Fudong: Filmscapes (1). A beautiful exhibition by chinese moving image artist Yang Fudong

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Ulanda Blair : Curator at ACMI and curator of the Yang Fudong Exhibition

Ulanda Blair is a curator at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne, Australia. When I meet Ulanda blair, the main exhibition is Yang Fudong: Filmscapes (1). A beautiful exhibition by chinese moving image artist Yang Fudong

Liu bolin, Chinese Fans 2015 - 90 x 180 cm  © the artist and Galerie Paris-Beijing

Asian Art exhibitions in Paris

Currently on view, a selection of exhibitions by artists from Asia in galleries and museums alike in Paris and France.   Vandy Rattana: MONOLOGUE (Cambodia) Le Jeu de Paume and CAPC Bordeaux 24 Fevrier – 17 Mai 2015 Exhibition curated

Liu bolin, Chinese Fans 2015 - 90 x 180 cm  © the artist and Galerie Paris-Beijing

Asian Art exhibitions in Paris

Currently on view, a selection of exhibitions by artists from Asia in galleries and museums alike in Paris and France.   Vandy Rattana: MONOLOGUE (Cambodia) Le Jeu de Paume and CAPC Bordeaux 24 Fevrier – 17 Mai 2015 Exhibition curated

Destiny Deacon, Last Laughs, 1994 -  printed 2004
Light jet print from Polaroid original, ed. 3/15 © the artist

Spotlight: Contemporary Aboriginal Art

A selection of contemporary australian indigenous artists. I have only selected on or two images per artist and I invite you to take a closer look at each artist browsing the net or visiting the galleries where they are exhibited

Destiny Deacon, Last Laughs, 1994 -  printed 2004
Light jet print from Polaroid original, ed. 3/15 © the artist

Spotlight: Contemporary Aboriginal Art

A selection of contemporary australian indigenous artists. I have only selected on or two images per artist and I invite you to take a closer look at each artist browsing the net or visiting the galleries where they are exhibited

Nam June Paik, TV Buddha, 1976  - television monitor, video camera, painted wooden Maitreya figure, tripod, plinth © the artist (at the very back, Seated Maitreya, Buddha of the Future 200s CE, grey schist, Pakistan, Ancient Gandhara

Sydney: December / January 2014

In late December 2014, I visited a couple of exhibitions in Sydney. As it was between Christmas and New Year’s, all commercial galleries were closed and only the main institutions were open. There is plenty more happening throughout the year with

Nam June Paik, TV Buddha, 1976  - television monitor, video camera, painted wooden Maitreya figure, tripod, plinth © the artist (at the very back, Seated Maitreya, Buddha of the Future 200s CE, grey schist, Pakistan, Ancient Gandhara

Sydney: December / January 2014

In late December 2014, I visited a couple of exhibitions in Sydney. As it was between Christmas and New Year’s, all commercial galleries were closed and only the main institutions were open. There is plenty more happening throughout the year with

Huang Rui's Studio © the artist

Singapore Visual Arts Scene in images [October 2014]

Singapore, October 2014 My favourite works seen during my weekend in Singapore earlier this month. There are many other venues that are not present here this time and maybe the space was closed or the exhibition was not my personal cup

Huang Rui's Studio © the artist

Singapore Visual Arts Scene in images [October 2014]

Singapore, October 2014 My favourite works seen during my weekend in Singapore earlier this month. There are many other venues that are not present here this time and maybe the space was closed or the exhibition was not my personal cup

Sopheap Pich, Cycle and Upstream, 2009 - laser cut electropolished stainless steel, 8.9 meters high

Interview with Daniel Tobin, founder of Urban Art Projects (UAP), Australia

Daniel and Matthew Tobin are twin brothers who in 1993 founded Urban Art Projects (UAP) in Brisbane, Australia. UAP (1) is an australian based art foundry and consultancy which specializes in the realisation of  small (edition works) and large scale projects

Sopheap Pich, Cycle and Upstream, 2009 - laser cut electropolished stainless steel, 8.9 meters high

Interview with Daniel Tobin, founder of Urban Art Projects (UAP), Australia

Daniel and Matthew Tobin are twin brothers who in 1993 founded Urban Art Projects (UAP) in Brisbane, Australia. UAP (1) is an australian based art foundry and consultancy which specializes in the realisation of  small (edition works) and large scale projects

David Boyce
Untitled 26: From the Shoulders of Giants,
2013 - Pigment print, 30 x 14 cm
 - Edition of 8

Interview with David Boyce, a New-Zealand artist from Hong Kong

David Boyce is a Hong Kong based visual artist hailing from New Zealand. David completed an Honours Degree in History at Victoria University of Wellington. He has exhibited in New Zealand, Hong Kong, China and the USA. I meet him

David Boyce
Untitled 26: From the Shoulders of Giants,
2013 - Pigment print, 30 x 14 cm
 - Edition of 8

Interview with David Boyce, a New-Zealand artist from Hong Kong

David Boyce is a Hong Kong based visual artist hailing from New Zealand. David completed an Honours Degree in History at Victoria University of Wellington. He has exhibited in New Zealand, Hong Kong, China and the USA. I meet him