A guide to Art Expo Malaysia Plus 2016, one of the most ‘public-friendly’ art fairs in Asia that has gone without an admission fee since 2007.
British contemporary artist David Hockney a 2,000-euro art book titled “A Bigger Book” at the Frankfurt book fair.
Art Republik goes double or nothing with Joseph Chiang and Jennifer Chalklen.
The exhibition “Marie-Antoinette, a Queen in Versailles” will run from October 25, 2016, to February 26, 2017 at the Mori Arts Center Gallery in Tokyo, Japan.
Art Basel Miami 2016 will feature a collection of early Jean-Michel Basquiat works shown by one of its exhibitors between November 30 and December 4.
The future of the Portland Art Museum includes the addition of a Rothko pavilion and more showings of Mark Rothko works, from the artist’s private collection.
The ongoing exhibition ‘Beyond Caravaggio’ at London’s National Gallery explores the curious phenomenon of Caravaggio’s influence on painters across Europe.
Journey to Infinity: Escher’s World of Wonder is the latest exhibition at the ArtScience Museum, Singapore to capture our attention.
Tate Liverpool will be presenting an exhibition dedicated to French modern master Yves Klein, running from October 21 to March 5.
Street art is transient, with city authorities racing to paint over work that pops up spontaneously – these four artists and cities defy this stereotype.
The work, reportedly the longest tapestry in the world, was originally around 40 meters longer but it has lost some 20 panels and part of its border over time.
Blue-chip Chinese artist Zeng Fanzhi’s new retrospective in Beijing reveals an unlikely turn back towards China’s own aesthetics and traditions.
Street art is at last graduating to the gallery as Paris opens its first permanent exhibition of the genre.
Street art breathes new life into a derelict urban neighborhood in Miami.
From 6 October to 3 November 2016, Kato Art Duo gallery in Singapore will present its latest group exhibition ‘Dawn of Youth’
We shine the spotlight on another collaborator, Artheline , who will be coming down to Raffles Marina for the SINGAPORE RENDEZVOUS.
Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris will be holding an exhibition showcasing works from the collection of Sergei Shchukin, as part of the France-Russia Year of Cultural Tourism.
The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao will act as a host for the works of 20th century key art figure Francis Bacon.
Catch the iconic opera performance The Flying Dutchman as the cast take the stage at Victoria Theatre.
Curated by Armani himself, what’s on show at the Armani/Silos gallery are photographs focusing on sports the brand has used for advertising campaigns.