Asian art stars in London
- Between Heaven and Earth: Contemporary Art from the Centre of Asia. LEE, STEPHEN // Art Monthly;Nov2011, Issue 351, p30
The article reviews the art exhibition "Between Heaven and Earth: Contemporary Art from the Centre of Asia," featuring the work of artists including Shaarbek Amankul, Ulan Djaparov and Rustam Khalfin, at the Calvert 22 foundation in London, England, from September 14th through November 13, 2011.
- Reorienting: Japan rediscovers Asia. Lloyd, Ann Wilson // Art in America;Oct99, Vol. 87 Issue 10, p104
Features the `1st Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale,' at the Asian Art Museum in Fukuoka, Japan. Total number of artworks on display collated from a series of Asian art exhibitions; Curator; Several Asian artists featured in the show.
- Complete & Unabridged. TANSKI-GILBERT, JULIA // ArtAsiaPacific;Jul/Aug2011, Issue 74, p114
The article reviews the art exhibition "Complete & Unabridged, Part II," featuring the artwork of various artists that have been influenced by the Filipino artist and educator Roberto Chabet including Pow Martinez, Kaloy Olavides and Cocoy Lumbao, at the Osage Gallery in Hong Kong, China.
- Singapore Biennale. KO, HANAE // ArtAsiaPacific;Jul/Aug2011, Issue 74, p115
The article reviews the Singapore Biennale art exhibition, featuring the work of various artists including Song-Ming Ang, Louie Cordero and Navin Rawanchaikul at various locations throughout Singapore.
- The Alleys of a City Named Jogya. NOBILI, ALESSANDRA ALLIATA // ArtAsiaPacific;Jul/Aug2011, Issue 74, p119
The article reviews the art exhibition "The Alleys of a City Named Jogya," featuring the painting, sculpture and installation artworks of various artists including Uji Handoko, AC Andre Tanama and Farhansiki at the Primo Marella Gallery in Milan, Italy.
- Contemporary Art from Sri Lanka 2011. RAZA, SARA // ArtAsiaPacific;Jul/Aug2011, Issue 74, p120
The article reviews the art exhibition "Contemporary Art from Sri Lanka 2011," featuring the painting, sculpture and mixed media art of various artists including Jagath Weerasinghe, Muhanned Cader and Chandragupta Thenuwara, at the Asia House gallery in London, England.
- Asia as a state of mind. Fouser, Robert J. // ArtAsiaPacific;1999, Issue 24, p24
Deals with the opening of the First Fukuoka Triennale of Asian Art 1999 in Japan from March 6, 1999 to June 6, 1999. Theme of the triennale; Information on the First Asian Art Show in the Fukuoaka City Art Museum in 1979; Contradiction between textual art and visual art.
- Asia in Amsterdam, exotic luxury in the Golden Age. // Newsletter (International Institute for Asian Studies);Autumn2015, Vol. 72, p51
The article reviews the art exhibition "Asia in Amsterdam" to be held at Rijksmuseum in Netherlands on October 17, 2015-January 17, 2016.
- Festival of Asian Arts: Hong Kong. Worthington, Sandra // TCI: Theatre Crafts International;Apr95, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p13
Focuses on Hong Kong's 1994 Festival of Asian Arts. Artistic director John Thompson's research on festival programs; Performance of harmonic chants by David Hykes; Musical titled `Tales of the Walled City'; Asian music featured; Yokohama Boat Theatre's performance.