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Review: Inflated Nostalgia: Solo Exhibition by Sutee Kunavichayonont - Lena CHONG
There's No Need To Go Outside: Performance by George Chua, Indera Tasripin, Zizi Azar & Dennis Cheok - Kimseng NEO
Review: Signal from 'There': Solo Exhibition by Carmel Byrne - Milica BRAVAIC
Tittle-Tattle from London - Karee Sonja DAHL
About: Spending Time with Raffles: Exhibition by Students from Central St. Martins, Chelsea School of Art, Goldsmiths College and Royal College of Art - LIM Kokboon
Spending Time with Raffles: Getting to Know You, Raffles - Irwin SEE
Review: Spending Time with Raffles - Colin REANEY
He (harmony) - Sylvia GOH
Review: Beautify: Solo Exhibition by Agus Suwage - Sudjud Dartanto
On Art Writing - LIM Kokboon
Review: Shift, Flex, Listen, Feel: Solo Exhibition by Saraswati Gramich - Serena LOKE
Infinity: 8th RMIT Degree Graduation Show
All Things Big and Small: BA (Hons) Exhibition
Review: Art on a Platter, Anyone? Performance, installation and Group Exhibition - Cheemeng WONG
Review: The Potter's Way: Potter's Life, Potter's Thoughts by Iskandar Jalil - Isabel CHING, 莊蔚姍
Interview: An Amorphous Disguise: An Interview with Baet Yoke Kuan - Serene YAP
Zainudin Samsuri
Interview: To Locate the Transitory Nature of Public Art: An interview with Francis Ng - YE Shufang, 葉素芳
Project 304: A Secret Code of Cultural Operation from Bangkok Art World - Gridthiya GAWEEWONG, กฤติยา กาวีวงศ์
Review: A Garden's Dream: The Elementary Garden: An Installation by Marie-France Dumolie - Isabel CHING, 莊蔚姍
Theatre of Peril - Ray LANGENBACH
Gallery Round Up - Sian E. JAY
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