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Laurent Grasso (France, 1972), Su-Mei Tse (Luxembourg, 1973) and Samson Young (Hong Kong, 1979), will be participating in the 21st +Biennale of Sydney, in 2018. Drawing from the current global social-political situation, where theories of politics, culture, ideology and art are in constant conflict, these artists work towards an understanding of how opposing views can unite in a state of equilibrium.

The Biennale of Sydney will open in March 2018.

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For those of you who have not yet listened to Samson Young’s composition ‘Such Sweet Thunder’, you can listen to the project through the link below! Presented at documenta 14, Samson Young’s work addresses the cultural significance of bells, as a means of celebration, commiseration and warning.

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ARTCO reviews ‘Muse for a Mimeticist’, featuring the works of Wang Wei and Ko Sin Tung. Focusing on the relationship between art and reality, both artists engage with Mimeticism individually, resulting in responses which vary in medium and style, yet are united in their contemplation of mimesis.

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Check out Clara Tang’s review in +Art Asia-Pacific on ‘2 or 3 Tigers’ at +Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin. Featuring Ho Tzu Nyen’s work ‘One or Several Tigers’, Tang notes that ‘Ho’s fantastical scenes incite ruminations on the appropriation of the tiger as a symbol in 20th century conquests’.

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Celebrating 50 years since the foundation of ASEAN, the group exhibition ‘Sunshower’ is a celebration of South East Asian, culture, development and unity. Ho Tzu Nyen is among 10 artists representing Singapore at the exhibition, which is jointly held at Mori Art Museum and NACT, Japan. Named after the natural phenomenon of rain falling from clear skies, which is common across the region, 'Sunshower' offers a diverse and detailed interpretation of society and culture in South East Asia through the art of the last 50 years. Ho Tzu Nyen will be showing his work ‘One or Several Tigers’ (2015), which explores the interpretations and representations of Tigers in Malaysian and Singaporean Mythology.

Ho Tzu Nyen’s work will be on view at the National Art Centre Tokyo through 23 October.

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Take a look at these installation shots from ‘one second ago’ at Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong, on view through 26 August. Exploring temporality, movement and presence, this group exhibition features 5 artists, He Yida, Jeremy Everett, Handiwirman Saputra, Tao Hui, and Phillip Lai, who together demonstrate that a sense of passing, as well as assignation of value to the negligible, is a universal phenomenon, extending beyond borders and conditions.

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Sun Xun’s most recent work, ‘Protestant’, created for the exhibition ‘Luther and the Avant Garde’, dissects the longstanding relationship between art and politics. Exhibiting in a 16th Century prison alongside artists such as Ai Wei Wei and Gilbert & George, Sun has directly engaged with this unusual and poignant location, painting the cell in which his prints are featured with a swirling, eerie dreamscape.

Sun Xun’s work ‘Protestant’ is on view at Old Prison, Wittenberg, until 17 September. 

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As part of M+ Museum’s film programme, João Vasco Paiva’s ‘Threshold’ (2013) will be screening at Broadway Cinematheque 百老匯電影中心 . Shot in Sham Shui Po, Mong Kok and Causeway Bay, Joao eradicates all traces of advertising within the city, creating an eerie, dystopian view with a focus on the forms of the architecture and city.

‘Threshold’ is on view at Broadway Cinematheque, Sunday 6 August at 1pm. Tickets available through the link below.



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See this stunning image of Sun Xun’s ‘Time Spy’ (2016) at the world’s longest running digital art exhibition, Midnight Moment. The project was commissioned for +Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 by +Audemars Piguet. On view through July 31st at 11:57pm daily, in Times Square, New York City.

Image courtesy of Midnight Moment, Times Square Advertising Commission and Times Square Arts.

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Sun Xun will be exhibiting a new work at the +Macao Art Museum, as part of their new exhibition ‘Ballade, Animamix Contemporary Art’. Sun, who often uses animation in his work, utilises his inventive illustrative depiction which, combined with his ability to create absorbing and enthralling narrative worlds, fully embraces the ‘animamix’ style.

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