Pathways of Performativity in Contemporary Art of Southeast Asia
Southeast of Now: Directions in Contemporary and Modern Art in Asia, Volume 6, Number 1 (March 2022).
Guest-edited by Eva Bentcheva, Annie Jael Kwan and Roger Nelson
One-day programme on Saturday 23 April 2022In-person at Fondazione Querini Stampalia, VeneziaOnline via ArtReview We are pleased to announce the…
23/4-27/11, Archivi della Misericordia – People of Remarkable Talents (PORT), announces its commission of the exhibition Pera + Flora + Fauna, as an official Collateral Event at the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.
Join Cuong Pham, Bettina Fung and Annie Jael Kwan from Asia-Art-Activism for a special World Wide Wontons cooking workshop at…
Join Annie Jael Kwan, curator of exhibition, Future Ages Will Wonder, for a special guided tour of works by 9 international artists…
Gaining Ground is a three-part podcast series for the exhibition, Future Ages Will Wonder.
From September 2021 – January 2022, Annie Jael Kwan was digital curator-in-residence at the Barbican Centre, where she programmed Noguchi Resonances.
The Asia Forum for the Contemporary Art of Global Asias’ Fall Digital Gathering in November 2021 introduced a focus on the notion of liquidity—as in flux, movement, transition, and transformation—investigating the tectonic shifts in the geopolitical, socio-economic, and cultural landscape of Asia. From Singapore and China, to Hong Kong, and Indonesia, the presentations by Lawrence Lek, Ho Rui An, and Tita Salina and Irwan Ahmett, shed new light on historical legacies and present global concerns.
Curators and researchers Alexandra Chang and John Tain discuss and consider collaborations and partnerships across art forms, disciplines, and socio-political contexts in the current global condition.