Back in 1993, when ArtAsiaPacific published its first print edition, the Internet had just broken out of its shell as the World Wide Web and was still a duckling learning to swim in the waters of global communication.
New York-based conceptual artist Wong Kit Yi shares a website, apartment and body with her business manager Ali Wong.
Urban dispatches from five artists and writers
International gallerists speculate on buying, selling and distributing art in 2050.
In 2009, three graduate students rented a musty, water-damaged basement in Seoul and invited guests to the space.
In the 1970s and ’80s, Chinese avant-garde artists showed their work in apartment spaces to evade intervention by government authorities.
A work catching fire and forcing the cancellation of a preview would seem an inauspicious start to any exhibition.
Perhaps the best-known artist in Thailand is one the rest of the world has barely heard of.
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