ART REPUBLIK Magazine - September 2018
ART REPUBLIK Magazine - September 2018
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In this issue
In issue 20, ‘Emergence’, we look at the rise of emerging artists in Asia and across the globe, as well as the emergence of changes in the art market landscape. From cryptocurrencies to destruction adding value to art, we explore emerging trends and whether or not they’ll stick around.
Screens And Surfaces
A reflection on ‘Cinerama: Art and The Moving Image in Southeast Asia’.
Side By Side
Opera Gallery Showcases Dansekhwa and Gutai Artists
Tears Of The Ocean
A new exhibition at NTU CCA Singapore poses critical questions about human intervention in oceanic environments
Defining the works of Cheong Soo Pieng
Elling Reitan’s Works Encourage Contemplation and Introspection
Circle Of Life
UOB Southeast Asian Painting of the Year Award winner Sukit Choosri talks about life as he paints it
Dan Obana Explores the Subconscious With His Multi-faceted Digital Prints
Claire Morgan Contemplates Mortality in Her New Exhibition at Galerie Karsten Greve
George Wong Leaves an Enduring Legacy
'Feminisms And Contemporary Art In Indonesia: Defining Experiences'
In an unprecedented, inclusive exploration of feminisms in Indonesian contemporary art, author Wulan Dirgantoro, who is currently based in Melbourne after completing her Postdoctoral Fellowship with the Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Programme at the Forum Transregionale Studien in Berlin, looks at the artistic practices of women artists in Indonesia, such as Arahmaiani, Titarubi and IGAK Murniasih, and focuses on the feminist strategies they use not only to make their artworks but also to navigate the Indonesian art world against the sociocultural and political contexts unique to the country.
Nevermind The Buzzwords
This quarter, Art Republik brings you the good, the bad and the downright scammy in the current art world orbit. From “Chicken Don” (not a bento), to calls for funding cuts, market rigging, to the magical world that is unlocked artist Instagrams — here are the buzzwords you need to know, to re-authenticate your credentials (and not choke on your reheated gentrified $15 food truck chow), when you get accosted by flunkies at the next evening mass gathering of stalls, arguably non-high energy music and Instagrammable decoratives.
Bulgari explores the symbolism of its most iconic motif: the serpent
The Affordable Art Fair is back in November with the consolidation of the fair into an annual event.
An Introduction to Singapore-based Belgian Artist Nasrine Chaoui
Ben Young Recreates the Ocean in Glass
The new Asian Heritage Museum will be housed in the iconic Carcosa Seri Negara in Kuala Lumpur
Filipino Artists Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan Have a New Show at Stpi – Creative Workshop and Gallery
A preview of Art Taipei 2017
Chinese Artist Lin Jingjing Questions the State of Contemporary Living at De Sarthe Gallery
Off The Menu
Where to eat When you are in Jakarta for the upcoming art fairs.
Britain, Burberry and Moore
BurBerry looks to British artist henry Moore this season, and reveals the full range of the DK88 collection of luxury leather Bags.
The Real Deal
An exclusive interview with international art dealer Pascal de Sarthe.
A Sense Of Purpose
ZOE BUTT AND THE FACTORY IN HO CHI MINH CITY.
A curator’s look at le brothers’ life and practice.
In Good Hands
Anne Samat’s sculptures woven from domestic materials bring attention to the art of weaving and the challenges of being a malaysian woman.
A brief look back at ‘Bazaar Art’, and what we can expect from the newly named ‘Art Jakarta’.
Clash Clash Bang Bang
ART|JOG returns this year with a new theme that provokes artists to bring fresh perspectives to their works in hopes of getting art closer to the public.
Hanging In The Balance
The Contemplative Elegance Of Claire Morgan’s Installations Question The Sustainability Of The Fragile Relationship Between Man And The Environment.
Dining In Style
Fine Dining And Local Art Go Hand In Hand At Aura Restaurant And Sky Lounge.
Shadow And Light
Opera Gallery’s Exhibition ‘Shadow Of A Pine Tree’ Shows Some Of The Best Sculptural Works By Korean Contemporary Artists.
ART REPUBLIK Magazine Description:
Publisher: HEART MEDIA PTE LTD
ART REPUBLIK is Singapore's premier quarterly magazine for the art enthusiast. The magazine is focused on Southeast Asian artists and other key players in the art community, especially on up-and-comers from Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, with an eye on what's happening in Asia and the rest of the world. It aims to provide an inclusive and expansive exploration of the art world, from public museums to commercial galleries, and from policy-makers to artists as activists. With the tagline 'Elitism for All', the magazine provides insightful and engaging articles to inform and entertain, and is committed to making art accessible to one and all.
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