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ArtAsiaPacific

ArtAsiaPacific

Almanac 2020

For over 20 years, ArtAsiaPacific has been at the forefront of the powerful creative forces that shape contemporary art from Asia, the Pacific and the Middle East. Covering the latest in contemporary visual culture, ArtAsiaPacific is published in Hong Kong, with over 30 editorial desks worldwide. Our annual issue, the Almanac, is an alphabetical tour d'horizon of the 67-odd countries covered in ArtAsiaPacific, spanning Afghanistan to Vietnam. The Almanac also invites influential art world figures to comment on the major cutural events that have shaped the past 12 months. Now also available on the iPhone!

國家/地區:
Hong Kong SAR China
語言:
English
出版商:
ArtAsiaPacific Holdings Ltd
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artasiapacific foundation

ArtAsiaPacific Foundation is an educational platform committed to spreading awareness and understanding of modern and contemporary art through publishing projects and public activities. Art plays a vital role in creating and maintaining a tolerant and inclusive society, and for that reason we are dedicated to embracing the diverse ideas and points-of-view that are intricately woven into the art of today in Asia. A sibling organization to the 27-year-old bimonthly magazine, ArtAsiaPacific Foundation is a nonprofit that offers a unique platform and voice in the fast-expanding field of contemporary art. At the heart of our mission is the advancement of knowledge about contemporary visual art from Hong Kong, Asia and beyond, through research, scholarship and the dissemination of information about culture today to the wider public. The Foundation initiates its own educational…

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artasiapacific almanac

EDITOR & PUBLISHER Elaine W. Ng DEPUTY EDITOR & DEPUTY PUBLISHER HG Masters MANAGING EDITOR Chloe Chu SENIOR EDITOR Don J. Cohn ASSOCIATE EDITOR Ophelia Lai COPY EDITOR Michael Lacoy NEWS & WEB EDITOR Lauren Long ASSISTANT EDITOR Pamela Wong EDITORIAL INTERNS Evelyn Goh, Leora Joy Jones, Kate Lau, Cassie Liu, Michael Rasnic CHINESE TRANSLATORS Esther Chan, Lauren Long ART DIRECTOR Heesun Seo DESIGNER Tiffany Tam PHOTO EDITOR Esther Chan EDITORIAL DESKS AUCKLAND Vera Mey BEIJING Tom Mouna BEIRUT Nadia Christidi BERLIN Astrid Mania BRISBANE Tim Riley Walsh DUBAI Kevin Jones GUANGZHOU Brady Ng HO CHI MINH CITY Ruben Luong HONG KONG SAR Karen Cheung KARACHI Durriya Kazi KUALA LUMPUR Beverly Yong LONDON Ned Carter Miles LOS ANGELES Jennifer S. Li MADRID Rebecca Close MANILA Marlyne Sahakian MEXICO CITY Larisa Escobedo MUMBAI Ranjit Hoskote NEW DELHI Deeksha Nath NEW YORK Paul Laster, Christopher Y. Lew, Mimi Wong PARIS Deepak Ananth PHNOM PENH Erin Gleeson SAN FRANCISCO Hanae Ko, Jessica Kraft SEOUL Andy St. Louis SHANGHAI Arthur Solway SINGAPORE Ho…

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contributors

SHAWON AKAND is an artist, researcher, and curator based in Dhaka. He is the author of An Outline of Bangladesh Folk Art and Tendency of Modern Art in Bangladesh. POJAI AKRATANAKUL is a Bangkok-based curator and part of the curatorial collective Charoen Contemporaries. PEDRO DE ALMEIDA is an independent art manager, curator, and writer based in Sydney. He previously held positions with 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art (2012–19) and Campbelltown Arts Centre (2008–11). JOHN ALEXIS BALAGUER manages operations and research at Palacio de Memoria, an arts center in Manila. He is the curator of Curare, an online platform for emerging Philippine art. DAPHNE CHU is an artist-studio manager and writer based in Taipei. LESLEY ANN GRAY is a Dubai based curator, researcher, and writer focusing on contemporary art and culture in the Arabian Gulf,…

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unfinished business

Now in its 15th edition, ArtAsiaPacific’s Almanac tracks the diverse cultural landscape from Asia and the Pacific to the Middle East. Every year, the editors and the contributors swap notes on what has happened over the course of the last 12 months, as well as what is in store for the year ahead, to create a detailed overview of contemporary art from 53 countries. Over time and within each edition, the Almanac is an archive between two covers of the region’s creativity. The Almanac would not be possible without the generosity of ArtAsiaPacific Foundation’s supporters. We are tremendously grateful to our major sponsors: Burger Collection, Kukje Gallery, Frank F. Yang Art and Education Foundation, CL3 Architects, the Private Museum and its founding director Daniel Teo, Mapletree, and Stefan Rihs. We also…

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strangely together

It was a year of gatherings. Not only mass civic gatherings—in parks, in squares, in the streets—but a year when occasions of people coming together took on renewed significance, as it becomes increasingly difficult for many to cross borders, or even to cross town. Earlier in the year, the word “gathering” had been on my mind because it is the title of a book of essays by Marian Pastor Roces co-published by the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in Manila with ArtAsiaPacific Foundation. The volume’s title comes from Pastor Roces’s co-authored 1991 essay “Gathering (A Conversation).” She begins the text by defining “gathering” as a “summoning up, of energy, of thoughts, of ‘wits,’ with meditativeness but also urgency.” She notes the word’s valence: “A storm gathers, like an ominous swelling,…

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tavares strachan: beyond the horizon

Islanders, of which I am one, are used to spending time considering horizons. Where others look inward for self-realization, islanders tend to look out, their eyes and thoughts drawn to the horizon. This is certainly true of Tavares Strachan, who grew up in the Bahamas, and for whom the question of what lies beyond has informed a range of projects and investigations that have led him to the Arctic, the desert, and even outer space. Strachan’s artistic practice activates the intersections of art, science, and politics, offering uniquely synthesized points of view on the cultural dynamics of systematized knowledge. He is perhaps best known for his work The Distance Between What We Have and What We Want (Arctic Ice Project) (2004–06), for which he shipped a four-and-a-half-ton block of arctic ice…