Sotheby’s Modern & Contemporary Southeast Paintings Sale Announced

In 2007, the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) partnered Credit Suisse in launching “Affandi: A Painter of Genuis”. The exhibition showcased 20 of Affandi’s paintings that offered a broad representation of Affandi’s artistic practice. Many of the artworks had never been shown, especially in Singapore. Likened to Van Gogh stylistically, Affandi’s body of work definitely has its own characteristic.  By […]

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ShContemporary 2010 at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre from 9th – 12th September 2010

The Asia Pacific Contemporary Art Fair – ShContemporary – is gearing up for the fourth edition this coming September at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre. Last September, the show’s new format and a revived Asian art market attracted over 30,000 collectors, artists, curators, and art lovers to China’s most important annual art event. ShContemporary shall continue […]

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Platform for Young Performance Artists Berlin Programme + Party

Starts tonight international programme including solo-, duo- and group performances inside and outside the building. TUESDAY: Durational performances starting earlier 19.00 Bean (UK), Scarlett Lassof (UK) –  19.30 Opening –  Solo performances Dmitry Paranyushkin (RUS/DE), Joy Harder (DE), 20.30 Carolin Gerlach (DE), Lisa Marie Johnson (UK), Jane Dawson (UK), Hester Draycott (UK), Julischka Stengele (DE), Caroline […]

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Joy Harder Performance in Berlin. Tomorrow Night.

(e)at_work presents a performance on the ANIMAL by Joy Harder on July, 27th at 7.30 p.m. in the context of a Platform For Young Performance Artists 2010, at Flutgraben 3 in Berlin-Treptow! Find more information at www.performerstammtisch.de If you like to receive an (e)at_work Newsletter simply sent an email with “Newsletter” to pr@eatwork.de- www.eatwork.de

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City Flâneur: Social Documentary Photography at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum from Sunday 20 June 2010 – 3rd January 2011

The ever-changing landscape of urban spaces and social phenomena that are part and parcel of city life are popular subjects among photographers. Capturing these transforming images on film, an eclectic group of lensmen and women have given impetus to the art of social landscapes within the tradition of documentary photography. Like flâneurs (city wanderers) in […]

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Chris Steele-Perkins: England My England at the Kings Place Gallery from Friday 18th June

Award winning Magnum photographer Chris Steele-Perkins unflinchingly records the absurdities, the pleasures and the tragedies of English life, invariably with wit and humour. There is a certain pathos in the image of a crowded beach, complete with donkeys, in which an unobserved dog pisses upon a windbreak: the English are unbelievably stoical holidaymakers. He would […]

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Review: Jonathan Wateridge – Another Place 4th June – 3rd July 2010, Tramshed

A famous musician, Ian Curtis, I think, explained in his suicide note – ‘there’s nothing left to write about’. Wow. What a statement. It’s the absolute definition of writer’s self destrcutive pessimism and it makes me think how differently I feel now after seeing Jonathan Wateridge’s solo exhibition in Shoreditch. My fingers want to take […]

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Heroes of Asia at the Asian Civilisation Museum, Singapore 5 June – 28 November 2010

Heroes of Asia is the ACM’s second exhibition curated especially for children! Featuring colourful displays and engaging artefacts from the ACM’s collection, the exhibition explores the legends behind some of the well-known and well-loved characters of Asian myths – many of whom are still well-known and often found in contemporary culture. Some of the characters […]

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