Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s exhibition ‘A Planet of Silence’ features images from the Mekong River and South America and offers a new way of looking at the world, he says.
‘N*thing Is Possible’ at Singapore’s National Design Centre charts Bali hospitality group Potato Head’s journey to zero-waste through stylish furniture and other designs made of recycled plastic.
Art markets in Southeast Asia are roaring back to life, particularly in Singapore, where Sotheby’s just held its first live sale in 15 years, and Indonesia. What does that mean for Hong Kong?
Mount Fuji Architects Studio founders Mao and Masahiro Harada and British artist Liam Gillick designed Manabe Equation House, in western Japan, as part of unconventional hotel project spearheaded by a Japanese art collector.
The theme of the triennial Okayama Art Summit in Japan, ‘If the snake …’, is deliberately open-ended and, with no curator dictating terms, 18 artists together explore issues around technology, our imagination and the human condition.
Revamped art fair in Indonesian capital praised for its dynamism, focus on emerging Asian talent, and its prices; collectors picked up young artists’ work for as little as US$1,000, and some galleries sold nearly all the art they showed.
Husband and wife team started out designing pieces for their own home before word got out
Designers Yunn Fann Chang and Shane Liu, and curator Tipus Hafay, who belongs to the Makuta’ay tribe in Hualien county, launched their accessories brand Kamaro’an in 2015
Jinggoy Buensuceso to showcase his Beta line of outlandish, nature-inspired creations in new Manila retail space
If you have ever stayed at Singapore’s Park Royal hotel or Alila Villas Uluwatu in Bali and thought ‘I fancy those chairs’, you might be pleased to know that the designers have started their own lifestyle line, WOHAbeing
A minor motorcycle accident puts an adventurous couple on collision course with the real Costa Rica
Yukinori Yanagi uses ants to tunnel through images of flags and money made of sand, as a critique of borders and the symbols of power that separate us
The artist tells Payal Uttam his work has always married the political and the personal.
There was plenty of drama at Christie's Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels auction on Tuesday, which raked in just over HK$640.5 million from about 290 lots including signed pieces from Cartier, Tiffany & Co and Van Cleef & Arpels.
"I don't know what I'm doing and why I keep doing it." Carved into moss-covered tiles on the ground, these are the words that greet me when I arrive at the artist-run space Cemeti Art House in Yogyakarta.
Art is a tricky investment. You can start with the most collectable names - Payal Uttam presents the top five.
Boot-camp-styled gyms, which appeal to the competitive nature of finance people, are increasingly popular, writes Payal Uttam.
Payal Uttam looks at Frank Gehry's Opus Hong Kong, which promises to stun with both its looks and its prices.
Buy 'off-plan' and save big, says Payal Uttam.