Premier Art Fair Hong Kong 2017

Fifty galleries from across 15 nations will be taking part at the Premier Art Fair 2017.

Art Central 2017 in Hong Kong

Over 100 International Galleries Present an Immersive Programme of Discovery and Experimentation

India Art Fair 2017

India Art Fair 2017 demonstrated emphatically that confidence in the contemporary art market is high, with over 90% of galleries reporting strong sales results (94% of Indian galleries and 85% of international galleries sold).

India Art Fair 2017, presented by BMW

Building on this success, 2017 will see the return of Platform - a significant section at the fair designed to provide an opportunity for the best of the established and emerging South Asian galleries, artists and artist collectives to exhibit on an established international platform.

9th Art Apart Fair opens at Pan Pacific Orchard Singapore

This year, Singapore’s homegrown international art fair will see works from up to 100 artists from Europe and Asia, besides art collected by three private collectors in a new setting: Pan Pacific Orchard, just off Singapore’s iconic shopping district.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Affordable Art Fair Singapore opens this weekend at F1 Pit Building

Affordable Art Fair’s sixth Autumn edition opens this weekend in Singapore, showcasing an inspiring Art Education Space with an innovative approach to learning including gallery-led discussions that aim to help visitors discover more about contemporary art in a fun and engaging manner, as well as new concepts such as live visual mapping of the education programme by artistic collective Band of Doodlers.

BenCab: The Filipino Artist retrospective at MET Museum

The BenCab: The Filipino Artist retrospective exhibition encapsulates five decades of National Artist Benedicto "BenCab" Cabrera's artistic profession. BenCab references the Filipino sensibility which serves as a focal point in most of his works. Rather than a chronological presentation, the exhibit is curated to open up conversations between the works and the viewers. It features an assemblage of more than a hundred paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures, many of which are on public view for the first time.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Artologist Gallery features Boholano artists in exhibit

The featured artists in BOHOL-BUHOL are a vibrant mix of established artists who were natives of Bohol who are now based in Manila and have successfully exhibited in the Philippines and abroad, and of emerging artists some of whom are still based in their native hometown.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

UP Fine Arts professor rocks the Angono Petroglyphs in painting exhibit

The symbolic representations of the Angono Petroglyphs can be a narrative about parental love, and faith in the supernatural. And the frequently-described frog-like image in the cave engravings can be that of an infant trying to stretch out from a fetal position. Efforts to preserve and promote the archeological treasure often involve demystifying the 127 discernible figures carved across the 167-meter rock shelter found in Binangonan, Rizal. These late-Neolithic cave engravings, either of anthropomorphic or zoomorphic forms, have gained considerable recognition since their discovery by National Artist Carlos “Botong” Francisco in 1965. But such appreciation has not necessarily translated into sufficient support to preserve this National Cultural Treasure.