SB2016: an Interview with the Curatorial Co-Head, Tan Siuli

Singapore Art Museum

On the occasion of our Focus on the 5th Singapore Biennale, I interviewed Tan Siuli to talk about this year’s program. Tan is the Curatorial Co-Head of the Singapore Art Museum. Tan was a Curator-Mentor in Curating Lab 2012, a co-curator of the Singapore Biennale 2013, a member of the Advisory Committee to the Indonesian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2013, and a Juror for the Bandung Contemporary Art Awards. Carla Ingrasciotta: Let’s start with the title of the exhibition “An Atlas of Mirrors”: this major theme includes nine sub-themes which engage with notions of space and place, myths, cultural legacies, beliefs and memory…. Could you tell us something more about this concept? Tan... Read More
Tan Siuli, Curatorial Co-Head Singapore Art Museum
Hammad Nasar

The National Pavilion UAE announced Hammad Nasar as Curator for the Pavilion 2017 Venice Biennale


13/05 - 27/11 2017

The National Pavilion United Arab Emirates (UAE) has appointed Hammad Nasar to curate the UAE’s exhibition at the 57th International Art Exhibition at la Biennale di Venezia (Venice Biennale). The exhibition will explore the artistic practices of the... Read More
James Richards, Requests and Antisongs, 2016, courtesy of ICA, London

Review – James Richards: “Requests and Antisongs” at ICA London

Institute of Contemporary Art London – ICA

October is a rather intense period for many British artists, curators and other protagonists of the art world. The Frieze just closed its doors, and the Tate announced to the public the nominees for the Turner Prize. Prior to this major event, on the... Read More
Damien Hirst

A New Project by British Artist Damien Hirst Will Run Across Both Venues of the Pinault Collection in 2017


09/04 - 30/11 2017

The exhibition, which will open to the public on April 9th 2017, marks the first time in the museums’ history that the two Venetian venues of the Pinault Collection will be dedicated to a single artist. It is also the first major solo exhibition dedicated... Read More
Kader Attia

Kader Attia Wins the 2016 Prix Marchel Duchamp

Centre Pompidou

The prize is awarded annually by the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Association pour la Diffusion Internationale de l’Art Français to a French artist. This year’s other nominees were Yto Barrada, Ulla von Brandenburg, and Barthélémy Toguo. Kader... Read More


William N. Copley

Fondazione Prada, Milan
20/10/2016 - 08/01/2017

Fondazione Prada is presenting the exhibition “William N. Copley”, open to the public from 20 October 2016 to 8 January 2017 in Milan. A press preview will be held on Wednesday, 19 October from 10am to 1pm. Organized in collaboration with the Menil Collection, Houston, the Italian counterpart of this retrospective is curated by Germano Celant, and retraces the entire career of the American artist – started in Los Angeles in the 1940s, developed in Paris and subsequently spanned across Europe and the United States. Expanded considerably compared to the partner show in Houston, at Fondazione Prada “William N. Copley” stands out for its richness and the presence of never-before-seen materials.... Read More
William N. Copley, Untitled (Apples and Oranges), 1986
Cheng Ran, In Course of the Miraculous, 2015 (still). Courtesy the artist, K11 Art Foundation, Erlenmeyer Foundation, and Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing-Lucerne

Cheng Ran: Diary of a Madam

New York
New Museum
19/10/2016 - 15/01/2017

For his first solo museum exhibition in the United States, Cheng Ran debuts a new multi-video installation in the New Museum’s Lobby Gallery. Cheng Ran (b. 1981, Inner Mongolia, China) is one of the most promising Chinese artists of his generation.... Read More
Walid Raad. Section 88: Views from outer to inner compartments. 2010. Single-channel HD video. Courtesy the artist and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, 2015

Walid Raad

Mexico City
Museo Jumex Arte Contemporáneo
13/10/2016 - 07/01/2017

This exhibition will be the first comprehensive Latin American survey of the leading contemporary artist Walid Raad (b. 1967, Lebanon), featuring his work in photography, video, sculpture, and performance from the last 25 years. Dedicated to exploring... Read More
Thomas Schütte, Pringles, 2011 Photo: Luise Heuter © Thomas Schütte

Thomas Schütte: United Enemies

Moderna Museet
08/10/2016 - 15/01/2017

Installations, architectural models, drawings, prints and gigantic sculptures are waiting for you at this autumn’s major exhibition. Thomas Schütte is one of the most seminal artists of his generation, and is known mainly for his sculptures. The exhibition... Read More
Cécile B. Evans Installation view Hyperlinks at Frieze New York; courtesy Barbara Seiler, Zurich

Cécile B. Evans

Tate Liverpool
21/10/2016 - 19/03/2017

Featuring two humanoid robots and a robot dog, “Sprung a Leak” 2016 is a brand new work by artist Cécile B. Evans. “Sprung a Leak” 2016 explores the movement of data, artificial intelligence, and the relationship between humans... Read More

Selected Destinations

National Gallery Singapore


Southeast Asia

Palais de Tokyo



The New Tate Modern by Herzog and de Meuron



Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, 1993




Romina De Novellis 2015 © DE NOVELLIS / BORDIN 2015
Ai Weiwei's portrait from the artist's facebook page

Ai Weiwei


Xu Zhen

Xu Zhen


Jean Paul Kelly

Maurizio Cattelan

Artist, Curator


Urs Fischer


Isaac Julien

Isaac Julien





Art Spaces

Alserkal Avenue

Dubai & Sharjah

Tate Modern