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Pick of the Week

Throughout 2018, the #MeToo movement spread across different art scenes in Asia. In #MeToo, Part Two, Almanac 2019’s Big Story of the year, managing editor Ysabelle Cheung recounts key instances of sexual misconduct survivors coming forth with their stories despite conservative social and legal infrastructures, and the outcomes of their actions. Read the full article.

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Preface

Cultural Accumulation

Also available in:  Chinese
Cultural Accumulation

As ArtAsiaPacific completes its 14th year of publishing an

annual review on art from across the Asia Pacific to the

Middle East, we have come to reflect on how the Almanac is

a living archive of the region’s cultural activity and present history.

News

#MeToo, Part Two

Also available in:  Chinese
#MeToo, Part Two

The #MeToo movement, ignited in the United States in late 2017, has blazed across art scenes in Asia, where, in many places, conservative, patriarchal social and legal infrastructures
have stymied the fight for protections against sexual misconduct.  

Cultural Currency

Stayin’ Alive

Stayin’ Alive

At the turn of the 21st century, China emerged as the world’s future art market hotbed. 

Five Plus One

Lin Tianmiao

Lin Tianmiao

A spectrum of fluorescent green and teal liquids jetted into the air, in a dizzying chromatic symphony contained within a field of glass capillaries sprouting vertically from a plush pink rug.

Countries

Philippines

Philippines

In his third year in office, President Rodrigo Duterte, infamous for his unstatesmanlike behavior, continued to disregard judicial processes in his war against drugs that has led to thousands of deaths, including those of political figures. 

Countries

Taiwan

Taiwan

Along with casting ballots for the leaders of local municipalities and counties, Taiwanese citizens voted on ten referendums on November 24.

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Web Reviews
Flora Commedia
China Italy
Florence Uffizi Galleries

Cai Guo-Qiang

United Kingdom India
Middlesbrough Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

Chila Kumari Singh Burman

Australia
Sydney Art Gallery of New South Wales

William Kentridge

Hong Kong USA
New York Aperture Gallery

Ka-Man Tse

Thailand
Bangkok Bangkok CityCity Gallery

Pratchaya Phinthong

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