Reviews Across Asia

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

BY Ophelia Lai | 25 APR 23

At Gallery Baton, Seoul, the artist presents new paintings that are an analogue take on the LED installations for which he is best known

BY SooJin Lee | 21 MAR 23

At SCAI Piramide, Tokyo, six artists have selected previously unseen photographs by Akasegawa that reflect the dizzying range of his work and his trenchant critique of capitalism

BY Andrew Maerkle | 01 MAR 23

A retrospective sheds light on the ’85 New Wave movement and the shaping of art between the conservatism of past and present

BY Paul Han | 18 JAN 23

On the occasion of Singapore Art Week and ART SG, here are the exhibitions not to miss in the city-state

BY Christine Han | 11 JAN 23

Marking the centenary of the artist's birth, a retrospective at MMCA Deoksugung presents a survey of his most influential paintings and abstract sculptures

BY Liz Kim | 05 JAN 23

A major retrospective at M+, Hong Kong recounts the artist’s seven-decade career in her own words

BY Ophelia Lai | 27 DEC 22

frieze editor-in-chief Andrew Durbin chooses the best shows to see in the Japanese capital right now

BY Andrew Durbin | 04 NOV 22

A set of interrelated conceptual, text- and body-based sculptures and video works at Today Art Museum, Beijing, allows the artist to meditate on individual freedom and geopolitical tensions

BY Nooshfar Afnan | 01 NOV 22

Both regional and international artists probe the history and identity of the port city, offering a template for other biennials to stave away hyper-globalist perspectives

BY Park Jaeyong | 19 OCT 22

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