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Flash Art is a bimonthly magazine founded in Rome in by Italian publisher and art critic Giancarlo Politi focused on contemporary art. It has been based in Milan, Italy since Originally a bilingual publication, it was split in two separate editions, Flash Art Italia in Italian and Flash Art International in English in when Helena Kontova joined the editorial team.
Flash Art Asia delves into the Asian contemporary art phenomenon that has exploded on the international art scene. Returning with its second edition, this survey sheds light on the leading curators, museums, galleries and collectors from India to Taiwan, China to Indonesia. What do you think are some of the differences between the contemporary art of your country and that of Asia in general or the West?
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The cancellation and postponement of public screenings in Singapore Jan 23 and Indonesia Feb 3 have been interesting episodes in the journey of this documentary film, The Hour Art Practice. Thanks also to Singapore Tourism Board for their unstinting support throughout the entire process. Hope to be able to publicly screen it in Singapore soon.
The role of exoticism in international contemporary art in the era of globalization - an empirical study of international art magazines from to In the era of globalization, the visibility of non-Western artists has become more and more important. In trying to enhance global diversity and cultural relativism, an exotic cultural form has emerged. As a result, peripheral artists can be tempted to represent their own cultural identity as a new esthetic value, but through a stereotyped image suited to Western tastes.