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Exhibition of a “recluse artist” to open in Hanoi this week - VietNamNet Bridge hanoi
10th November 2014

VietNamNet Bridge - 'YIN' exhibition by Nguyen Khanh Toan will be held at Cuci Fine Art, 22A Hai Ba Trung, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi from 13 November to 14 December. Filling with disbelief in the spiritual world, Nguyen Khanh Toan expresses the world after ... full story
Sohei Nishino's dazzling Diorama Maps return to the Michael Hoppen Gallery - CITY A.M. osaka
29th October 2014

Born in Hyogo in 1982, Nishino went on to study at the Osaka University of Arts where he found he was often more interested his peers' portfolios than their polished final pieces. It was this taste for the complexity of the bigger picture, combined ... full story
20 Phone Booths Transformed Into Zany Works Of Art With Purposes - Empty Lighthouse Magazine osaka
29th October 2014

According to the website, "a group of Japanese artists known as Kingyobu meaning "Goldfish Club" convert old phone booths into goldfish aquariums throughout Osaka, Japan." "In the past 15 years, BT has either removed or decommissioned 30,000, a third ... full story
At 85, Tacoma Sumi Artist Fumiko Kimura Continues To Explore Artmaking ... - The International Examiner kyoto
29th October 2014

Fumiko Kimura was born in Idaho and educated at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA., earning a Mater's degree in Art Education and BS in Chemistry. She also studied at Kyoto Nanga School and the Senju-in Zen Temple in Akita, Japan. • Photo ... full story
Koji Yakusho Wins Toshiro Mifune Award at Kyoto Fest Closing - Variety kyoto
20th October 2014

... Akira Kurosawa's films from Oct. 25 to Nov. 19, a section of Japanese and Hollywood silent-era classics and the presentation of “Daimajin,” a classic 1966 monster pic, together with the display of a 16-foot-tall statue of the film's giant samurai ... full story
Islam inspired Mocafest comes to Dubai - The National dubai
28th October 2014

With previous festivals held in London and Kuala Lumpur, the organiser Najmia Zulkarnain says Dubai is the best location yet, with its intersection of arts, culture and business. “The UAE hosts so many different nationalities and is the melting point ... full story
Sahand Hesamiyan at The Third Line gallery, Dubai - AMA dubai
29th October 2014

The Third Line is a Dubai-based art gallery that represents contemporary Middle Eastern artists locally, regionally and internationally, also hosting non-profit, alternative programs to increase interest and dialogue in the region. Sahand Hesamiyan was ... full story
Art Market News: Asian Art in London begins - Telegraph.co.uk london
28th October 2014

The Asian Art in London festival kicks off this week, and one of the more unusual features will be a display at the Aktis Gallery in St James's of watercolours and a film by 74-year-old Chinese artist Gao Xingjian. Gao was an avant-garde playwright in ... full story
Meet 20 of the World's Most Innovative Art Collectors - artnet News london
29th October 2014

Now owning over 400 works, Danjuma, the son of Nigeria's former Chief of Army Staff and Africa's 29th richest man (See "Mega-Rich Nigerian Ex-General's Son Makes Art World Splash"), will use a wing in his family's hotel in Lagos to show contemporary ... full story
ArtRooms To Coincide With The London Art Fair - Huffington Post UK london
29th October 2014

Frieze is the highlight of the London arts scene. For a week the good and rich come here for a jamboree of cocktails, talks, networking and art. However, for the rest of us with less deep pockets The London Art Fair in January provides with an ... full story
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