Beyond Recurring Traumas and a New Scar: Notes on the Impoverished Public Art Infrastructure in Korea
Kim Heejin calls for renewed attention to the importance of good infrastructure and art institutions in Korea
Interview with Chen Jin
This summer, the longest running performance art festival in China, Open International Performance Art Festival, celebrated its 10th anniversary by hosting an eight-week long programme on an unprecedented scale...
Photologue | Second Time Around, 2009 Asian Art Biennial
Images from the 2009 Asian Art Biennial
Research Log | Showing Art in India
A hive of activity in Bombay's local art scene
Interview with Moe Satt
AAA’s Enoch Cheng speaks to Burmese performance artist Moe Satt about his background, performance art in Myanmar, his generation of artists and ‘Beyond Pressure’, the performance platform he initiated...
Images of the grand opening of the former military space as a new art venue
The Politics of Play in Malaysian Art
Eva McGovern is an independent curator, art critic, and lecturer based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Interview with Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook
AAA's Enoch Cheng speaks to Thai artist Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook about her latest series, her views on female artist, artistic background and the use of the corpse in her work...
Photologue | Bangkok Updates
Images of artists, artworks, and a symposium
Photologue | In Quest of New Parallelism in Contemporary Asian Art
Images of the 4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale
Photologue | Seven Days in the Art World of Shanghai
A trip exploring the Chinese contemporary art world through young artist collectives
Interview with Chang Yoong Chia
AAA's Enoch Cheng spoke to Malaysian artist, Chang Yoong Chia about his works, including the series Flora & Fauna and Quilt of the Dead, the use of materials, and his experience participating in residency programmes...
Photologue | An Extravagant Art Fair
Images of the India Art Summit
Photologue | Rejuvenating Rural Japan with Contemporary Art
Images from the Echigo Tsumari Art Triennial 2009
Reading Through the Lense of the Political: Contemporary Art in Pakistan
Naiza is a visual artist and researcher based in Karachi
Interview with Tsui Kuang-yu
The Taiwanese artist talks about satire, daily life, and his upcoming trip to Antarctica
Photologue | Home Today, Saigon Tomorrow
Images from three days of a research trip to Ho Chi Minh City
Regional Formation and the Postcolonial Question: Contemporary Art in Hong Kong and the PRD
Carolyn Cartier, Professor of Human Geography and China Studies at the University of Technology, Sydney
Interview with Tsang Kin-wah
AAA's Enoch Cheng speaks to Hong Kong artist Tsang Kin-wah about his background, artistic practice and his latest work...