Dodit Artawan’s alcohol bottles and Barbie dolls are the perfect pairing of fine wine and good steak on the table of consumer capitalism.
Pascale Monté-Papée showcases a series of diverse historic, cultural and religious portraits from India and Burma, in an all-new exhibition titled ‘Soul of Asia’.
The Paris-based self-taught artist, who started off painting graffiti in the streets and today counts Richard Mille and Pierre-Alexis Dumas as his friends, now sets his sights on Southeast Asia.
Kos’ work explores beyond the conventional and traditional, adding movement and energy through vivid colour and bold brushstrokes.
Heikedine Günther has dedicated her artistic career to depicting the essential base of our existence.
Consolidating photography, performance art, and painting, Koh Sang Woo reconsiders the way in which we look at others and understand ourselves.
“Before we can make the world better, we must first be open to criticising ourselves.” – Dedy Sufriadi
Born in Iran, raised in Hong Kong and educated in Europe, Mojoko is best known for diversified career in curation, installation, interactive design and fine art.