Event Type Commercial Exhibitions

june

24mar(mar 24)10:00 am28jul(jul 28)5:00 pmGroup Exhibition – ‘Titik Garis Bentuk: Drawing as Practice’KUALA LUMPUR
‘Titik Garis Bentuk’ explores the role drawing plays in contemporary art in Malaysia and its place as finished works of art. Featuring the works of 27 artists who use drawing as a centre in their practice, the exhibition examines how artists are redefining the medium by blurring the boundaries between drawing and other artforms including installation, animation, and performance.

04apr(apr 4)10:00 am06jun(jun 6)5:00 pmSun . Contemporary Inaugural Group ExhibitionINDONESIA
Sun . Contemporary is an artist-led gallery and project space promoting art shared by established and emerging Indonesian and international contemporary artists. Sun . Contemporary is short for  Śūnyatā The Buddhist, teaching on emptiness or the void. 

04apr(apr 4)10:00 am02sep(sep 2)5:00 pmPacita Abad at MoMA PS1USA
This spring, MoMA PS1 presents the first retrospective of artist Pacita Abad (Filipina American, 1946–2004). Spanning the artist’s 32-year career, the exhibition includes more than 50 works—most of which have never been on public view in the United States prior to this exhibition.

09apr(apr 9)10:00 am10jun(jun 10)5:00 pmCitra Sasmita at 2024 Biennale of SydneySYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
 The 2024 Biennale of Sydney features Balinese artist Citra Sasmita, among the visionary creations of leading artists from diverse corners of the globe. The exhibition, titled ‘Ten Thousand Suns’, ignites its transformative power of art across six iconic Sydney locations.

13apr(apr 13)10:00 am09jun(jun 9)5:00 pmGroup Exhibition – 'Departures'SINGAPORE
STPI is thrilled to be presenting a showcase of new releases from renowned artists Yanyun Chen, Hong Zhu An and Prabhavathi Meppayil, created during each artist’s residency. The collection of works reflects each artists’ residency as a point of divergence from their usual practices, as they embark on a new journey of conceptual and material explorations.

02may(may 2)10:00 am15jun(jun 15)5:00 pmNorberto Roldan – ‘How Not to Win a Revolution’NEW YORK, USA
Silverlens New York is pleased to present Norberto Roldan's first US solo exhibition, ‘How Not to Win a Revolution’. Widely acknowledged as an eminent figure in Southeast Asian art, Norberto Roldan presents a sweeping exploration of the social, political, and cultural conditions shaping his homeland, all while unveiling the oeuvre of a profound cultural practice.

03may(may 3)11:00 am04aug(aug 4)7:00 pmAntonius Kho – ‘Love Robots’ INDONESIA
ARTOTEL Thamrin – Jakarta cordially invites you to ‘LOVE ROBOTS’, a solo exhibition by Antonius Kho. The exhibition highlights the dominance of technology in modern human life, especially robot technology.

09may(may 9)7:00 pm21jun(jun 21)7:00 pmImelda Cajipe Endaya in Group Exhibition – ‘CURES: Chronic Promises’BERLIN, GERMANY
“CURES: Chronic Promises’ inaugurates a question that challenges the conventional notion of an illness-progression timeline (whether bodily, psychic, or ecological) imagined to have a finality. We ask, what if cures - like decolonisation - produce no cure? How do we imagine decolonisation beyond the remit of cure?

18may(may 18)7:00 pm02jul(jul 2)7:00 pmGroup Exhibition – ‘Orbital’THAILAND
Nova Contemporary is pleased to present Orbital, a group exhibition of works by ten artists, Anna Jung Seo, Dana Powell, Elinor Stanley, Grace Lee, Kin-Ting Li, Prae Pupityastaporn, Rasha Omar, Xiao Hanqiu, Xi Jiu, and Yage Guo. ‘Orbital’ reflects on the aesthetic and symbolic dimensions of the moon and moonlight.

25may(may 25)10:00 am08jun(jun 8)5:00 pmNatee Utarit – ‘Deja vu: The Last Chapter’ part 2BANGKOK, THAILAND
Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) Bangkok is excited to present ‘Déjà vu: The Last Chapter (Part 2)’, the second installment in a three-part series featuring the captivating works of celebrated Thai artist Natee Utarit. Part 2 focuses on intricate embroidery and mixed-media installations incorporating historical artifacts.

07jun(jun 7)10:00 am27oct(oct 27)5:00 pmHeman Chong at Serpentine Pavilion 2024LONDON, UK
 The 23rd Serpentine Pavilion is curated by Minsuk Cho, titled ‘Archipelagic Void’. The Pavilion is composed of five ‘islands’, with one featuring ‘The Library of Unread Books’ by artist Heman Chong and archivist Renée Staal.

09jun(jun 9)10:00 am25(jun 25)5:00 pmGroup Exhibition – ‘Paper Trails Between Lion and Swan’ (Phase 2)PERTH, AUSTRALIA
'Paper Trails Between Lion and Swan' (Phase 2) is the second of a two-phase collaborative exhibition curated by Harrison Waed See, Desmond Mah and Yeo Chee Kiong featuring 6 artists from Singapore and 6 from Perth/Boorloo. These two coastal and culturally diverse locations are bound by intersecting histories of British colonisation in the Asia Pacific region.

11jun(jun 11)10:00 am13jul(jul 13)5:00 pmBernardo Pacquing – ‘Casual Loops’MANILA, PHILIPPINES
‘Causal Loops’ is a collection of paintings, mixed media collages, and sculptures by Bernardo Pacquing, opening at Silverlens Gallery Manila on 11 June 2024. The solo exhibition emphasizes the artist's ongoing studies in the form and process of abstraction through his interest in the layering of time and ruins.

11jun(jun 11)10:00 am08sep(sep 8)5:00 pmGroup Exhibition – ‘Fates and Furies’SINGAPORE
Appetite is pleased to present ‘Fates and Furies’, an exhibition bringing together works by artists that draw on myth, archetypes and art history to express often conflicted or ambivalent narratives, ranging from evocative personal vignettes to political and social allegory.

20jun(jun 20)10:00 am23(jun 23)5:00 pmKV Duong at the Royal College of ArtLONDON, UK
A series of exhibitions, events and activities showcasing the work of graduating Royal College of Art students will be taking place across their campuses. Multi-disciplinary artist KV Duong will show the works he produced for his MA in Painting, alongside many other graduates, at the Battersea campus from 20 to 23 June.

july

24mar(mar 24)10:00 am28jul(jul 28)5:00 pmGroup Exhibition – ‘Titik Garis Bentuk: Drawing as Practice’KUALA LUMPUR
‘Titik Garis Bentuk’ explores the role drawing plays in contemporary art in Malaysia and its place as finished works of art. Featuring the works of 27 artists who use drawing as a centre in their practice, the exhibition examines how artists are redefining the medium by blurring the boundaries between drawing and other artforms including installation, animation, and performance.

04apr(apr 4)10:00 am02sep(sep 2)5:00 pmPacita Abad at MoMA PS1USA
This spring, MoMA PS1 presents the first retrospective of artist Pacita Abad (Filipina American, 1946–2004). Spanning the artist’s 32-year career, the exhibition includes more than 50 works—most of which have never been on public view in the United States prior to this exhibition.

03may(may 3)11:00 am04aug(aug 4)7:00 pmAntonius Kho – ‘Love Robots’ INDONESIA
ARTOTEL Thamrin – Jakarta cordially invites you to ‘LOVE ROBOTS’, a solo exhibition by Antonius Kho. The exhibition highlights the dominance of technology in modern human life, especially robot technology.

18may(may 18)7:00 pm02jul(jul 2)7:00 pmGroup Exhibition – ‘Orbital’THAILAND
Nova Contemporary is pleased to present Orbital, a group exhibition of works by ten artists, Anna Jung Seo, Dana Powell, Elinor Stanley, Grace Lee, Kin-Ting Li, Prae Pupityastaporn, Rasha Omar, Xiao Hanqiu, Xi Jiu, and Yage Guo. ‘Orbital’ reflects on the aesthetic and symbolic dimensions of the moon and moonlight.

07jun(jun 7)10:00 am27oct(oct 27)5:00 pmHeman Chong at Serpentine Pavilion 2024LONDON, UK
 The 23rd Serpentine Pavilion is curated by Minsuk Cho, titled ‘Archipelagic Void’. The Pavilion is composed of five ‘islands’, with one featuring ‘The Library of Unread Books’ by artist Heman Chong and archivist Renée Staal.

11jun(jun 11)10:00 am13jul(jul 13)5:00 pmBernardo Pacquing – ‘Casual Loops’MANILA, PHILIPPINES
‘Causal Loops’ is a collection of paintings, mixed media collages, and sculptures by Bernardo Pacquing, opening at Silverlens Gallery Manila on 11 June 2024. The solo exhibition emphasizes the artist's ongoing studies in the form and process of abstraction through his interest in the layering of time and ruins.

11jun(jun 11)10:00 am08sep(sep 8)5:00 pmGroup Exhibition – ‘Fates and Furies’SINGAPORE
Appetite is pleased to present ‘Fates and Furies’, an exhibition bringing together works by artists that draw on myth, archetypes and art history to express often conflicted or ambivalent narratives, ranging from evocative personal vignettes to political and social allegory.

august

04apr(apr 4)10:00 am02sep(sep 2)5:00 pmPacita Abad at MoMA PS1USA
This spring, MoMA PS1 presents the first retrospective of artist Pacita Abad (Filipina American, 1946–2004). Spanning the artist’s 32-year career, the exhibition includes more than 50 works—most of which have never been on public view in the United States prior to this exhibition.

03may(may 3)11:00 am04aug(aug 4)7:00 pmAntonius Kho – ‘Love Robots’ INDONESIA
ARTOTEL Thamrin – Jakarta cordially invites you to ‘LOVE ROBOTS’, a solo exhibition by Antonius Kho. The exhibition highlights the dominance of technology in modern human life, especially robot technology.

07jun(jun 7)10:00 am27oct(oct 27)5:00 pmHeman Chong at Serpentine Pavilion 2024LONDON, UK
 The 23rd Serpentine Pavilion is curated by Minsuk Cho, titled ‘Archipelagic Void’. The Pavilion is composed of five ‘islands’, with one featuring ‘The Library of Unread Books’ by artist Heman Chong and archivist Renée Staal.

11jun(jun 11)10:00 am08sep(sep 8)5:00 pmGroup Exhibition – ‘Fates and Furies’SINGAPORE
Appetite is pleased to present ‘Fates and Furies’, an exhibition bringing together works by artists that draw on myth, archetypes and art history to express often conflicted or ambivalent narratives, ranging from evocative personal vignettes to political and social allegory.

september

04apr(apr 4)10:00 am02sep(sep 2)5:00 pmPacita Abad at MoMA PS1USA
This spring, MoMA PS1 presents the first retrospective of artist Pacita Abad (Filipina American, 1946–2004). Spanning the artist’s 32-year career, the exhibition includes more than 50 works—most of which have never been on public view in the United States prior to this exhibition.

07jun(jun 7)10:00 am27oct(oct 27)5:00 pmHeman Chong at Serpentine Pavilion 2024LONDON, UK
 The 23rd Serpentine Pavilion is curated by Minsuk Cho, titled ‘Archipelagic Void’. The Pavilion is composed of five ‘islands’, with one featuring ‘The Library of Unread Books’ by artist Heman Chong and archivist Renée Staal.

11jun(jun 11)10:00 am08sep(sep 8)5:00 pmGroup Exhibition – ‘Fates and Furies’SINGAPORE
Appetite is pleased to present ‘Fates and Furies’, an exhibition bringing together works by artists that draw on myth, archetypes and art history to express often conflicted or ambivalent narratives, ranging from evocative personal vignettes to political and social allegory.

october

07jun(jun 7)10:00 am27oct(oct 27)5:00 pmHeman Chong at Serpentine Pavilion 2024LONDON, UK
 The 23rd Serpentine Pavilion is curated by Minsuk Cho, titled ‘Archipelagic Void’. The Pavilion is composed of five ‘islands’, with one featuring ‘The Library of Unread Books’ by artist Heman Chong and archivist Renée Staal.