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The Christian Science Monitor
Beyond the Gallery Wall: Art World Retrains the Public, Virtually September 15, 2020

How will the pandemic change the way the public interacts with art and artists? As galleries and museums look to technology, they are creating ways to enhance the online experience.

Introspective Magazine
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Introspective Magazine
Sundaram Tagore Celebrates Cross-Cultural Art with a Global Roster of Talents September 10, 2020

A descendent of one of India's most renowned creative families, the contemporary dealer runs galleries around the world featuring a compelling array of cross- cultural art.

Forbes
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Forbes
‘Infinite Seed’ Brings Collective Healing To East Hampton Through Art June 30, 2020

Ando looked to her Japanese heritage and the architecture of the Japanese Chashitsu (Tea Room), which dates back over 1,000 years to create a Moon Meditation Hut of linen sheets dyed blue with Indigo ink with a bright white full moon beaming at the center.  

Ocula
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Ocula
Chun Kwang Young: Full Spectrum April, 24, 2020

Undulating to the point of resembling 'the collision of tectonic plates', the 'Aggregations' series embodies the clash of human ideologies and endeavours that the artist has been concerned with throughout his life.

Art Review Asia
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Art Review Asia
Review 10/03/19

Photographer Karen Knorr juxtaposes anthropological studies of the English upper class with her celebrated series India Song (2008–17) at Sundaram Tagore in Singapore.

J'AIPUR Journal
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J'AIPUR Journal
Zheng Lu Continues His Contemplative Study of Water at Sundaram Tagore New York August 7, 2019

Set against the crisp, white walls of the Sundaram Tagore gallery in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City is Beijing-based artist Zheng Lu Root Metaphor, Lu’s second solo exhibition at the gallery.

Münchner Feuilleton
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Münchner Feuilleton
Susan Weil: Chairs and Birds August 07, 2019

Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle presents playful-poetic works by the American artist Susan Weil.

The New Delhi Pioneer
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The New Delhi Pioneer
Memoirs of Pain May 8, 2019

Tayeba Begum Lipi's sculptures of blades represent the pathos-filled stories of patriarchy in the world of Muslim women of northern Bangladesh.

 

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
Miya Ando May 8, 2019

Speaking to Nature's seasons.

World Sculpture News
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World Sculpture News
Anila Quayyum Agha May 2, 2019

Over the past century, sculpture has changed its physical presence in all societies. While some works are still made to praise people and events uncritically, it now, more than ever, embraces all aspects of our turbulent and troubled world. 

Architectural Digest India
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Architectural Digest India
Tayeba Begum Lipi, ‘This is What I Look(ed) Like,’ Sundaram Tagore New York April 4, 2019

On display are sculpture, photography and video installations that explore issues of female identity in contemporary life

Colossal
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Colossal
Tayeba Begum Lipi April 4, 2019

Stainless Steel Razor Blades Compose Sculptures of Garments and Household Objects by Tayeba Begum Lipi.

Marie Claire Arabia
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Marie Claire Arabia
Lalla Essaydi November 10, 2018

Artist Lalla Essaydi talks to Marie Claire about life growing up in Morocco, her artistic influences, and the surprisingly collaborative environment she creates with her models during her shoots. 

The Brooklyn Rail
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The Brooklyn Rail
JUDITH MURRAY: TEMPEST October 22, 2018

Murray's work is deeply thoughtful and tinged with the language of the spiritual—of nature, temple art, and meditation.

ArtNews
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ArtNews
A Beautiful Vision October 15, 2018

Artist Susan Weil on the work of—and her life with—Bernard Kirschenbaum, her poetry, and more

Art Critical
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Art Critical
THE LIST: Judith Murray at Sundaram Tagore September 27, 2018

Judith Murray: Tempest, at Sundaram Tagore Chelsea, makes Art Critical's must-see list.

Reforma
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Reforma
United With Nature: In a Retrospective, the Mexican Artist Exposes His Connection With the Universe July 26, 2018

A chat with Gunter Gerzo changed his life and made Ricardo Mazal one the country’s most outstanding abstract artists. 

Hyperallergic
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Hyperallergic
Revisiting the Legacy of Women at Black Mountain College July 11, 2018

The school’s loosely structured pedagogical model allowed women to play vital roles throughout Black Mountain’s brief history.

Albuquerque Journal
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Albuquerque Journal
Artist Ricardo Mazal Finds Worldly Inspiration June 10, 2018

Ribbons like light waves undulate across Ricardo Mazal’s mammoth oils. They could reflect the texture of tree bark underpinned by the horizontal geometry of a music staff. Light flickers across the raised ridges of paint like filaments.

Ming Pao Daily
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Ming Pao Daily
Singaporean Artist Rethinks the Definition of Contemporary Art Using Cloth as Color May 31, 2018

What is the state of the canvas when it is cut, disassembled, or soaked in water to soften it?

Blouin Art Info
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Blouin Art Info
Kim Jaeil’s “Flat Structures” at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York May 30, 2018

Sundaram Tagore Gallery will showcase new and recent work—perforated, sculptural paintings cast from resin by Kim Jaeil from June 14 at its New York venue.

Whitehot Magazine
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Whitehot Magazine
Chun Kwang Young at Sundaram Tagore Gallery May 2018

Straddling two traditions, both Western and Korean, the other-worldly assemblages of Chun Kwang Young evoke the surface of celestial planets or perhaps formations at the bottom of the sea.

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Singapore artist’s solo Hong Kong show is a feast of colour, mostly one colour: red May 27, 2018

You can’t help but see red at Jane Lee’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong.

The Artling
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The Artling
Jane Lee's (Red) States of Painting May 16, 2018

Vivid hues, tactile surfaces and an intrinsic effervescence characterize Lee’s sculptural creations, which deconstruct the concept of painting by visually recontextualizing the function of its elements.

Artnet News
May 9, 2018
Artnet News
How One Artist Uses Mulberry Paper to Express his Korean Roots May 9, 2018

For some artists, materials are merely a means for telling a story. For others, like Chun Kwang Young, the story is the materials themselves.

The Washington Post
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The Washington Post
Asia Shapes Two Art Shows at the AU Museum April 26, 2018

East and West converge in different ways in the work of Miya Ando and Jiha Moon, two Asia-rooted female artists who have shows in adjacent galleries at the American University Museum. 

The Artling
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The Artling
Acclaimed Korean Artist Chun Kwang Young at Sundaram Tagore Chelsea April 20, 2018

A solo exhibition by acclaimed Korean artist Chun Kwang Young at Sundaram Tagore Gallery.

World Sculpture News
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World Sculpture News
Richness of Red April 19, 2018

Jane Lee: Red States at Hong Kong Arts Centre.

The Artling
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The Artling
In Conversation with Contemporary Art’s Street Miner January 31, 2018

Q & A with Gary Ross Pastrana, curator of Street Mining: Contemporary Art from the Philippines at STG Singapore.

Sculpture Magazine
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Sculpture Magazine
Zheng Lu: Review January/February 2018

A first impression of Zheng Lu’s recent exhibition, “Undercurrent,” brought to mind the term “sublime.”

Indian Express
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Indian Express
Great Architecture Belongs to Humanity January 16, 2018

Q & A with Sundaram Tagore about his new Louis Kahn documentary film.

Artnet
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Artnet
Meet Hiroshi Senju December 1, 2017

The Japanese painter is the only artist in Chelsea right now who uses a 1,000-year-old Japanese technique (and weasel-hair brushes).

Gotham
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Gotham
Beyond Boundaries December 1, 2017

New works by beloved artist Hiroshi Senju mark a turning point in his career and offer a unifying message in chaotic times.

Architectural Digest India
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Architectural Digest India
Brick Whisperer: Louis Kahn’s Magnum Opus in Bangladesh November 29, 2017

A Q & A with Sundaram Tagore about his new Louis Kahn documentary

Bangkok Post
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Bangkok Post
Fate vs Luck October 24, 2017

New York art exhibition examines contemporary Thai history, and asks viewers to decide what is real.

Elle Decoration
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Elle Decoration
Lumière sur la Ville October 2017

Miya Ando’s work is showcased in a chic Paris apartment designed by Laura Gonzalez.

Hyperallergic
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Hyperallergic
Olivia Munroe’s Art Goes Mystic September 22, 2017

If secrets and uncertainties lurk in the shadows, do truths about what is real and knowable reveal themselves, inevitably, in the light?

Architectrual Digest India
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Architectrual Digest India
Intricate Tapestries September 21, 2017

Artist Antonio Puri’s first solo exhibition at Sundaram Tagore Singapore is inspired by his birthplace, Chandigarh

Artsy
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Artsy
From Kusama to Turrell, 9 Artists Who Made Perfect Spaces for Meditation July 2017

Miya Ando describes her works as “studies in nothingness.” Raised partly in a secluded Buddhist temple in Okayama, Japan, she says her spiritual practice informs her exploration of simplicity and reduction.

Snapshot
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Snapshot
A Half-Century Retrospective of Traveling and Capturing the World June 2017

Possibly for the first time in over 20 years, an exhibition of renowned Magnum photographer Hiroji Kubota’s works is being held in Singapore. 

Eyeline Magazine
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Eyeline Magazine
Denise Green: Semantic Amplitude May 2017

Denise Green's painting has been informed by both her graduate work at Hunter College with Mark Rothko and Robert Motherwell as well as her familiarity with the burgeoning scene of what would come to be called French theory in New York in the seventies.

China Daily
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China Daily
Eau Naturel April 2017

Hiroshi Senju’s sublime, large-scale paintings of waterfalls and cliffs are renowned for combining the techniques of abstract expressionism with Japan’s centuries-old nihonga style of painting.

Artforum
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Artforum
Critics' Pick: Sebastião Salgado April 2017

Sebastião Salgado’s black-and-white photographs of Kuwait, shot toward the end of the Gulf War, feel otherworldly. They capture the spectacular violence of smoldering desert landscapes where nearly seven hundred oil wells—set alight by Saddam Hussein’s murderous forces as they were scrambling out of the country—are engulfed in flames.

The Gulf Today
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The Gulf Today
Drawing People Together March 2017

Writer Muhammad Yusuf reports on Sundaram Tagore Gallery from Art Dubai

Peak Magazine
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Peak Magazine
In Focus March 2017

From well-regarded names to those whose aesthetics are underpinned by a more experimental spirit, photography is gaining traction as a worthy investment among collectors.

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
What’s caught our eye at Art Basel Hong Kong and Art Central March 2017

Sundaram Tagore Gallery showed Singaporean Jane Lee’s paintings of violently syringed, dripped and spread slashes of paint.

Sawasdee Magazine
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Sawasdee Magazine
Eyes Wide Open March 2017

Legendary photojournalist Sebastião Salgado talks life and photography while in Bangkok for the opening of his retrospective The World Through His Eyes exhibition recently held at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. 

Blouin ArtInfo
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Blouin ArtInfo
Hassan Massoudy Solo at Sundaram Tagore, New York February 2017

The artist grew up in Iraq, surrounded by Arabic calligraphy inscribed on the walls of libraries, mosques and religious schools. The experience reflects in his works that encompass oversized letters in rich colors combining traditional Arabic scripts with contemporary subject matters.

T: The New York Times Style Magazine
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T: The New York Times Style Magazine
The Houses of Karuizawa February 2017

The architect Ryue Nishizawa was commissioned to build a museum that would house works by Hiroshi Senju — an artist whose monumental waterfall paintings adorn many Japanese public buildings.

The New York Times
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The New York Times
An Iraqi-Born Artist Who Speaks Through Arcs of Calligraphy February 2017

The Iraqi-born artist Hassan Massoudy, who is based in Paris, draws on his classical training in calligraphy to create vibrantly colored oversized letters evocative of traditional Arabic script. 

Asia House
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Asia House
Love understands all languages: An interview with Hassan Massoudy February 2017

Literature Programme Manager Hande Eagle interviews Massoudy to find out about his practices, his new book and his views on love, life and art.

Bangkok Post
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Bangkok Post
In Salgado's pictures: empathy, meaning and truth February 2017

In an exclusive interview, the great Brazilian photographer talks about the importance of pictures in our understanding of the world's complexity

OnBeat
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OnBeat
Interview: Hiroshi Senju January 2017

The internationally acclaimed artist speaks passionately about his views on art.

Vanity Fair
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Vanity Fair
Los 4 Fantásticos: ESTOS ARTISTAS MEXICANOS CONQUISTAN EL MUNDO DESDE NUEVA YORK January 2017

When Sundaram Tagore Gallery had to select a strong artist to inaugurate their renovated space in Manhattan, they drew upon Ricardo Mazal.

China Daily
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China Daily
The Art of Going Global December 2016

If you want to be a successful art dealer in 2016, forget sitting in your gallery waiting for customers to come in – and instead embrace a global, connected strategy. That's the key message from entrepreneur Sundaram Tagore, whose galleries in New York, Singapore and Hong Kong showcase contemporary art from around the world.

Los Angeles Times
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Los Angeles Times
The top 10 art museum exhibitions of 2016 December 2016

Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College, 1933-1957, UCLA Hammer Museum, featuring gallery artist Susan Weil.

The New Yorker
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The New Yorker
The Long View December 2016

Edward Burtynsky's quest to photograph a changing planet. 

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Art Basel Hong Kong announces exhibitor list for 2017 edition November 2016

The globe-trotting dealer Sundaram Tagore, who first set up shop in Hollywood Road in 2007, will present a solo exhibition by Singaporean artist Jane Lee, who is best known for challenging preconceptions about painting through her innovative and visually striking treatments of unconventional materials.

the Village Voice
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the Village Voice
The Aquilizans Turn Colonialist Objects Into Colorful Art November 2016

For their first solo show in New York, the artist couple Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan apply a light touch to objects of colonialism and violence, turning them gaudy, playful, and touching.

Artforum
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Artforum
The Artist as activist: Tayeba Begum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman November 2016

One of the first exhibitions of contemporary art from Bangladesh at an American museum, the two-person show The Artist as Activist confirmed the South Asian country’s place in the world as it surveyed the politcially engaged practices of artist couple Tayeba Begum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman.

Long Island Pulse
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Long Island Pulse
Nathan Slate Joseph July 18, 2016

Many an artist calls upon found objects to materialize his vision, but Nathan Slate Joseph insists his are “chosen” in the pursuit of making works about expansion and contraction.

Ocula
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Ocula
Miya Ando at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York July 12, 2016

There is something quite surprising about Miya Ando, the latest artist to have a solo show with Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York.

The New Yorker
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The New Yorker
Forty July 12, 2016

A review of Forty, curated by Alanna Heiss, at MoMA PS1, featuring work by STG artist Robert Yasuda.

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
ZHENG LU ON HIS GRAVITY DEFYING SCULTPURES June 18, 2016

Encountering Zheng’s giant sculptures, a question forms in your mind: “How did he make those?”

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
STEVE MCCURRY: THE ICONIC PHOTOGRAPHS AT SUNDARAM TAGORE GALLERY June 16, 2016

This exhibition comes to Hong Kong after a stellar outing at the gallery’s Singapore branch.

The Business Times
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The Business Times
Singapore’s Master of Modern Art June 13, 2016

In this 10th anniversary of Anthony's Poon’s death and against the backdrop of the National Gallery’s Reframing Modernism, Sundaram Tagore Gallery has rolled out a rare exhibition of paintings of the artist.

Artitute Magazine
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Artitute Magazine
Review: Anthony Poon: Transformation and Color June 9, 2016

A figure like Anthony Poon needs little introduction. With a productive career spanning three decades, this second-generation Singaporean artist is best known for his Wave series and sculptural commissions.

The Creators Project
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The Creators Project
Shredded Self-Portraits Explore Ideas of Selflessness June 2016

Kamolpan Chotvichai creates haunting black-and-white photographic self-portraits that couldn’t be achieved simply with photo manipulation.

Artsy
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Artsy
An Emerging Thai Artist Explores Identity and Buddhism in a Striking Series of Self-Portraits June 1, 2016

Kamolpan Chotvichai’s striking new works blur the line between photograph and sculpture.

The Indian Express
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The Indian Express
The Lotus Has a Point May 2, 2016

Scottish-born Olivia Fraser paints the art of Hindu miniatures in a contemporary idiom in her solo show in New York.

Artitute magazine
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Artitute magazine
Review: Zheng Lu: Reflections On Still Water May 2, 2016

The growing influence of Western art makes it hard to spot the nationality and cultural identities of the artists through their work. This loss of identity is a major concern for Zheng Lu and in his search for uniqueness he tries to immerse into Chinese traditions.

Australian Art Collector
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Australian Art Collector
Poetic Logic: Denise Green April 2016

My first ideas about art were shaped in Australia and that remains part of my identity—a really important part.

Blouin ArtInfo
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Blouin ArtInfo
Olivia Fraser’s Solo Show The Sacred Garden at Sundaram Tagore Chelsea April 2016

Delhi-based Scottish artist Olivia Fraser presents her first New York solo exhibition The Sacred Garden at Sundaram Tagore Gallery Chelsea.

Blouin ArtInfo
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Blouin ArtInfo
Zheng Lu on His Huge Gravity-Defying Sculptures April 2016

Encountering Zheng Lu’s giant sculptures in which he crafts cascades and splashes of water out of chainmail, a question forms itself in your mind: “How did he make those?”

Platform magazine
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Platform magazine
The Miniaturist March 8, 2016

Over the years, Olivia Fraser has mastered her craft. She aesthetically merges old Indian technique of painting with a modern twist and gives it her own contemporary interpretation.

Vogue
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Vogue
Canvas Call March 8, 2016

We love Olivia Fraser’s delicate canvasses, which reinterpret the age-old Indian miniature painting tradition.

Artsy
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Artsy
Two Bangladeshi Artists Are Giving Transgender Issues a Global Spotlight March 8, 2016

Tayeba Begum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman are currently the focus of “The Artist as Activist,” the pair’s first retrospective on U.S. soil, now on view at the Michigan State University’s Broad Art Museum through August 7th.

Mithila Review
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Mithila Review
Art with Olivia Fraser March 7, 2016

What comes across strongly in Olivia Fraser's latest work is her mastery over the disciplined process of miniature art making and a deep conceptual familiarity with Indian spiritualism.

Artforum
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Artforum
Lost and Found March 1, 2016

Scholar Michael Lobel recently discovered of a cache of photographic negatives from 1951 of Robert Rauschenberg and his then wife and collaborator, Susan Weil, demonstrating their process of making the legendary blueprints—direct cyanotype impressions of bodies and things—on the floor of the one-room apartment they shared in New York.

藝術家 Artist magazine
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藝術家 Artist magazine
Steve McCurry March 2016
Rogue
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Rogue
This Unstill Life February 2016

Steve McCurry, the legendary photojournalist behind National Geographic’s 1985 Afghan Girl cover, captures moments of conflict and quietude in a landmark exhibit at Ayala Museum.

L’Officiel
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L’Officiel
The Right Frame of Mind February 2016

Gallerist Sundaram Tagore’s latest collaboration brings him to Manila, where he partners with Collective 88 and Ayala Museum to highlight some of the world’s most iconic photographers.

Philippine Tatler
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Philippine Tatler
All the World’s a Stage February 2016

Five iconic photographers will exhibit their most memorable works at the Ayala Museum.

BBC News
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BBC News
VIDEO: Interview with Steve McCurry January 2016
Channel NewsAsia
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Channel NewsAsia
Photographing portraits is like falling in love: Steve McCurry January 2016

The renowned American photographer was in Singapore for the opening of an exhibition of some his most iconic images. He spoke to Channel NewsAsia about his curiosity for people in exotic places.

Popspoken
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Popspoken
VIDEO: Steve McCurry: Happiness and the Power of Photographs January 2016
The Wall Street Journal
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The Wall Street Journal
Capturing Beauty and Vintage Prints December 2015

Hiroji Kubota (b. Tokyo, 1939) assisted several Magnum photographers when they visited Japan in 1961; 10 years later he became a member of the great cooperative agency.

Blouin Artinfo | The Asia Edition
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Blouin Artinfo | The Asia Edition
On Nature's Trail December 2015

Sebastião Salgado's epic photographic world tour comes to Shanghai

Ocula
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Ocula
Artist Insight December 2015

Interview with photographer Hiroji Kubota.

Financial Times | How To Spend It
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Financial Times | How To Spend It
Korea Driven December 2015

South Korea is finally being recognised as one of Asia's leading creative powerhouses by the international art world.

Gallery & Studio Magazine
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Gallery & Studio Magazine
A Focus on Paint November 2015

The recent Dear Painter exhibition at Sundaram Tagore Gallery saw an eclectic collection of works by nine artists of and from Singapore on display.

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
Golnaz Fathi review November 2015

Like all excellent calligraphers Golnaz Fathi makes art that speaks not only to the richness of her own culture but also to that of others far beyond her reach.

Art & Deal
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Art & Deal
At the Heart of the 56th Biennale di Venezia is a Consideration of the State of Things November 2015

Acclaimed by The Art Newspaper as one of the best exhibitions within All the World’s Futures, Frontiers Reimagined, a Collateral Event of the 56th Venice Biennale, realizes Enwezor’s vision in an unmistakably optimistic way.

ArtAsiaPacific
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ArtAsiaPacific
Entangled Tensions: Bangladeshi Women Artists November 2015

Several contemporary Bangladeshi artists have been grappling with issues of national and personal identities, and with the impact of global interactions. Among their many peers, three women artists—Tayeba Begum Lipi (b. 1969), Dilara Begum Jolly (b. 1960) and Nazia Andaleeb Preema (b. 1974)—explore these issues via the lens of gender.

Hyperallergic
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Hyperallergic
Looking to the Future Through the Traumas of the Past November 4, 2015

Curator Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani’s penchant for combining artists by geographical proximity is convincing in her second group exhibition Rev/Action: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York.

Artforum
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Artforum
Reviw: Miya Ando, Sora/Ku October 26, 2015

By brushing layers of urethane and pigment onto sheets of aluminum, Miya Ando created ninety new abstract works for an exhibition at both of Sundaram Tagore Gallery's locations, in Hong Kong and Singapore.

The Creators Project
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The Creators Project
10 Southeast Asian Artists Haunt and Surprise at a New Exhibition October 19, 2015

REV/ACTION traverses the cultural differences between each artist and their country. The result is a multimedia group show of emerging and established artists that provides an holistic introduction and educational launchpad into exploring Southeast Asian contemporary art.

ArtAsiaPacific
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ArtAsiaPacific
Dear Painter review October 2015

The exhibition “Dear Painter,” at Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Singapore, took the occasion of the nation’s 50th anniversary to survey local art practices through the medium of painting.

The Cambodia Daily
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The Cambodia Daily
Return of the Gods October 15, 2015

Cambodian artist Leang Seckon has been using his art to explore the turmoil that engulfed every Cambodian in the 1970s and ’80s.

The Art Newspaper
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The Art Newspaper
London and New York forge ahead October 15, 2015

Forget opening galleries in far-flung territories, globalisation is benefiting the traditional hubs.

Hyperallergic
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Hyperallergic
An Ancient Indonesian Music Tradition Gets an Electronic Update October 9, 2015

The Gamelatron is the world’s first completely robotic gamelan orchestra — a kinetic, site specific structure created by Aaron Taylor Kuffner, who has rigged 27 Javanese gongs and mallets on five separate steel towers, programming them to play music that he digitally arranged.

Art in America
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Art in America
Learning from Singapore? September 2015

Richard Vine looks at the state of the arts in Singapore.

Artnet
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Artnet
Artist Miya Ando on Growing Up and Working Hard September 2015

The work of New York-based artist Miya Ando has been guided by strong family relationships, a deep connection to nature, and time spent living in a Buddhist temple.

SinoVision English Channel
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SinoVision English Channel
Video preview of The Bright Eye Of The Universe: Six Chinese Artists Unite Heaven And Earth September 2015

The opening night of The Bright Eye Of The Universe and interviews with three artists by SinoVision English Channel and reporter Jane Stone.

Gallery & Studio Magazine
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Gallery & Studio Magazine
The Singapore Conversation September 2015

Gallery owners here share their thoughts on the vibrant local art scene and tell us more about the up-and-coming Singaporean names that have caught their eye.

Time Out Singapore
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Time Out Singapore
Three to see | Dear Painter September 2015

The latest exhibition at Sundaram Tagore Gallery features specially commissioned works by nine local and locally based artists. Gwen Pew asks three of them to tell us more about their pieces.

Artnet
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Artnet
artnet Asks: Bangladeshi Artist Tayeba Begum Lipi August 2015

Artnet talks with Bangladesh-born artist Tayeba Begum Lipi, whose work highlights the violence against women in her country, while also showcasing their fortitude.

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
Dear Painter at Sundaram Tagore Gallery August 2015

Amid the many visual arts exhibitions and events this year commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of Singapore’s independence, an upcoming exhibition at Sundaram Tagore Gallery at Gillman Barracks seeks to explore the more abstract notion of artistic and creative autonomy in the city-state at this momentous juncture in its history.

Artsy
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Artsy
Tayeba Begum Lipi Wields Razor Blades to Address Violence Against Women August 2015

By fusing intimate subject matter with aggressive materiality, Tayeba Begum Lipi reflects on the personal and political perils of a stifling society.

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
Kim Joon at Sundaram Tagore Gallery August 2015

The immediate fascination with works by Korean digital artist Kim Joon is its ready familiarity, even as it is far from the quotidian, but edgily surreal and disturbing.

The art and design channel
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The art and design channel
Video interview with Hiroshi Senju and Sundaram Tagore July 2015

Shot on location in Singapore, the art and design channel spoke to Sundaram Tagore and acclaimed Japanese painter Hiroshi Senju about his artistic practice.

Harper's Bazaar Malaysia
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Harper's Bazaar Malaysia
The Inspiration July 2015

Inspired by the calmness of moving landscapes, Hiroshi Senju enlightens with Zen musings.

Trend Magazine
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Trend Magazine
Long Days' Journey into Light June 2015

Artist Ricardo Mazal's multimedia explorations plumb the depths of human experience.

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
Dealer's Notebook: Q&A With Sundaram Tagore June 2015

Blouin Artinfo speaks with Sundaram about STG's early days; what makes a good gallerist; and which historical figure he would like to share a drink with.

Architectural Digest México
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Architectural Digest México
Esencia, Espíritu y Color May 2015

Descubre el estudio del artista mexicano Ricardo Mazal ubicado en Santa Fe, Nuevo México.

Cadillac Magazine
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Cadillac Magazine
In Between June 2015

Artist Miya Ando conjures visual poetry in the spaces that separate cultures and continents.

Blouin Art+Auction
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Blouin Art+Auction
Venice Power Brokers May 2015

The theme of artists breaking down borders both in their practices and their personal lives unites the diverse works in Tagore’s collateral exhibition, but it might also be seen as the impulse driving the New York gallerist’s own broader project.

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Works Cross Boundaries May 15, 2015

Sundaram Tagore launched his first eponymous gallery in New York, opened in Hong Kong in 2007, and now also has a presence in Singapore. His mission is to explore the exchange of ideas between Western and non-Western cultures. “When I first opened on Hollywood Road, there wasn’t a contemporary art scene here,” Tagore says.”

Ocula
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Ocula
In Conversation: Sundaram Tagore May 8, 2015

The idea of creating this organization was also to counter our art world’s obsession with glitz, money and power and provide some substance and meaning to our day to-day work. We work to promote the art and culture of under-represented communities and help the marginalized and the underdog in achieving their goals.

Artsy
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Artsy
Sundaram Tagore’s “World Art” Fills a Venetian Palazzo May 2015

Sundaram Tagore had his first taste of the Venice Biennale as a graduate student, when a scholarship from the Italian Ministry of Culture landed him in the city to study museology at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. Now, 26 years on, with eponymous galleries in New York, Singapore, and Hong Kong, Tagore has returned to mount his own exhibition to run alongside the 56th Venice Biennale.

Finance Asia
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Finance Asia
Galleries Guide Collectors May 2015

As collectors become more international so too are the artists and galleries that serve them.

The Artling
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The Artling
Interview with Jane Lee April 2015

Internationally-renowned artist Jane Lee was recently at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute for the first part of her artist residency at the STPI workshop.

The Peak Hong Kong
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The Peak Hong Kong
The Bigger Picture March 2015

Renowned photographer Sebastião Salgado visited Hong Kong, where works were being showcased from his latest project Genesis, which was over eight years in the making.

Blouin Art+Auction
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Blouin Art+Auction
Shifting Sands March, 2015

23 Modern and Contemporary artists from the Middle East who transcend borders while tackling such themes as identity and exile.

Ultra Vie
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Ultra Vie
Art Central art fair 2015 | Our favourite works March 2015

Edward Burtynsky’s large-format colour photographs document the ramifications of human industry on the natural world in a perversely beautiful manner.

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Artist interview: Hiroshi Senju February 2015

Fans of the Fendi baguette will remember a series of one-off pieces created by various artists. One such bag by New York based Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju depicts a waterfall on the back, and is also the carrier of an environmental message.

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AFP / Yahoo News
Photographer Salgado tells AFP 'planet near extinction' December 2014

World renowned Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado has crisscrossed the globe to document the extremes of globalisation, migration and unchartered territories, but is most troubled by mankind's reckless plundering of the planet, which he says is lethally short-sighted.

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Artsy
Hiroshi Senju Debuts New Fluorescent Waterfall Paintings January 16, 2015

When asked about the motif that has occupied him for nearly 25 years—waterfalls—the celebrated Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju once explained: "I wanted to paint something that will not be old-fashioned after 1,000 years, a timeless landscape.”

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Artefuse
Denise Green Opens Doors to Sights Unseen January 14, 2015

For her second solo exhibition at Sundaram Tagore New York, Denise Green presented abstract work that reverberated with buoyancy in color, exuberance with gravity defying forms and majestic glimpses of nature photographs.

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Artsy
The 11 Top Gallery Shows of 2014 January 8, 2015

Our Sebastião Salgado Singapore exhibition is selected as one of the best gallery shows of 2014.

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Artsy
Sebastião Salgado’s Epic Photographs Tell a Sweeping Story of Our Planet December 2014

It’s hard to look at Sebastião Salgado’s epic photographs of indigenous tribesmen, wild animals, and remote landscapes without mixed feelings of awe and sadness.

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SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST / 48 HOURS
The Inquisition December 2014

Sebastião Salgado: The 70-year-old Brazilian is one of the world's leading lights in social documentary photography.

The Guardian
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The Guardian
Top 10 galleries, art studios and design shops in Singapore November 2014

Singapore is more than a city of gleaming shopping malls - it also has a vibrant contemporary arts scene.

01 Magazine
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01 Magazine
Miya Ando November, 2014

01 Magazine talks with gallery artist Miya Ando about growing up between two worlds and how those experiences inform her work.

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Moda
Thailand's Turn October 2014

Curator Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani talks about Anthropos New York, the exhibition of Southeast Asian art she organized in the gallery, and the rise of Thai contemporary art.

South China Morning Post | Post Magazine
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South China Morning Post | Post Magazine
The Exhibitionists October 2014

Gallerist Sundaram Tagore's 2,500 sq ft Mid-Levels flat is filled with artwork that speaks volumes about his family.

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
Edward Burtynsky at Sundaram Tagore Gallery September 2014

Burtynsky pulls no punches in his work. His photographs in his recent exhibition in Hong Kong entitled Water, and his latest feature documentary entitled Watermark speak to earth’s anguish around the world with an eloquence and directness that few artists match.

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The Artling
Interview with Sundaram Tagore September 2014

On the occasion before ‘Anthropos’ New York opens to the public, The Artling catches up with the busy gallerist.

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星島日報(副刊)| Sing Tao Daily
藝術有價 September 2014

世界上最遠的距離,不是生與死的距離,而是我站在你面前,你不知道我愛你.....世界上最遙遠的距離,是魚與飛鳥的距離,一個在天,一個卻深潛海底。

想想,不管是不是泰戈爾(Rabindranath Tagore) 譜寫了《世界上最遠的距離》,開頭的選段記載了情侶間的愛情,慢慢接近,慢慢遠離,生成了優美的距離。優美的距離,不止歸屬於愛情、人文藝術的世界裏,不止一次地承載和釋懷各名族文化間幽美而又遙遠的距離。因為遠離,我們彼此仰慕,慢慢接近,學習與自身文化不同的世界和人情。

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Free spirit's positive energy August 2014

Sohan Qadri's vibrant abstract paintings sprang from a spirit of open-minded inquiry and philosophy.

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
Curator Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani on Anthropos New York August 2014

Come September, Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York will present a large-scale exhibition of artworks by 12 artists from Thailand and Singapore. Curated by Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani, Anthropos New York aims to offer some insight into the social, political, and religious dynamics artists from these two diverse cultures are confronting with their practices.

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藝術新聞(The Art Newspaper ) 號外
當代絲路 August 2014

絲綢之路,自西漢張騫出塞,由中國長安和洛陽出發,橫貫歐亞,直通羅馬。途經中國,印度,波斯,伊斯蘭和希臘文化,象徵西方和非西方聞名的交匯。在由泰戈爾第五代傳人Sundaram Tagore於香港開的同名畫廊的「2014夏季聯展」(The Summer Group Show) 上, 延續了絲綢之路的精神,薈萃了當代非西方和西方的藝術思緒。

Straatosphere Magazine
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Straatosphere Magazine
Miya Ando: Woman of Steel July 2014

Not quite Superwoman, but every bit a woman of steel, artist Miya Ando is best known for her metalwork in the form of anodized aluminium that is hand-dyed to achieve beautiful end results; work that is industrial and ephemeral at the same time.

HK Magazine
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HK Magazine
Interview with Sundaram Tagore July 2014

Art heavyweight Sundaram Tagore opened the Hong Kong branch of his eponymous art gallery in 2007. As the first international gallery in the SAR, it sparked an influx of big names in the art world opening outlets in the city.

Mint Asia
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Mint Asia
Exploring Culture Through Art July 2014

The art historian, collector, and award-winning film-maker on his love for art and why he calls himself a nomad.

Artnet
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Artnet
Hiroshi Senju, On What Modernity Has Wrought July 2014

Acclaimed Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju talks with Artnet about his artistic process as a collaboration with the forces of nature.

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David Lynch Foundation
July 2014

The David Lynch Foundation, which supports programs that promote transcendental meditation, talks with artist Miya Ando in her New York studio.

Travel + Leisure
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Travel + Leisure
Fragility and Fortitude June 2014

Documentary photographer Sebastião Salgado says he works from inside the circle. In today's fast-paced world, that deliberate quality is evident in each of his photographs.

ARTnews
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ARTnews
Review: Robert Yasuda June 2014

Longtime abstract painter Robert Yasuda's newest works verge on the lush, with an expanded palette, richer surface tonalities, and contours that are increasingly undulant, offering a more nuanced and fluid visual experience.

The Peak Hong Kong
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The Peak Hong Kong
Primary Powers May 2014

Sundaram is named one of the primary powers defining the direction of the Hong Kong art world.

The Hindu
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The Hindu
Ghosts of Calcutta Past May 2014

Indian-born photographer Prabir Purkayastha tells a compelling story of a city's history through his lens.

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RTHK
Video interview with Edward Burtynsky May 2014

Photographer Edward Burtynsky talks about his latest and most ambitious project, Water.

International New York Times
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International New York Times
Western Art Dealers Take New Approach to Hong Kong May 2014

As the Hong Kong art market has blossomed in the past several years, a range of Western art galleries, including global players such as Gagosian, White Cube, Sundaram Tagore and Lehmann Maupin, have opened large outposts in the city...

Artsy
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Artsy
Calcutta through the lens of Prabir Purkayastha May 2014

Taking note as the city's historical facades fell into decay, Indian-born photographer Prabir Purkayastha took up his camera to document the city's remaining colonial architecture.

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SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST / 48 HOURS
Flow Business May 2014

Edward Burtynsky's Water photos document the way mankind is changing the planet.

Today, Singapore
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Today, Singapore
Jane Lee in Medium at Large, Singapore Art Museum April 2014

With the National Gallery SIngapore set to open next year, it's the perfect time for Singapore Art Museum (SAM) to fully embrace its position as a space completely devoted to the story of contemporary art.

BLOUIN ARTINFO
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BLOUIN ARTINFO
Video Interview with Ricardo Mazal April 2014

Painter Ricardo Mazal talks about spirituality and his show Kailash: Black Mountain.

Hong Kong Tatler
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Hong Kong Tatler
Edward Burtynsky at Sundaram Tagore Gallery April 2014

Known worldwide for his beautiful imagery of industrial landscapes, Edward Burtynsky’s most recent series of color photographs titled Water will go on display at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Central. The series, which began in 2007, is the artist’s largest and most ambitious project to date.

The Business Times
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The Business Times
Recording Human Impact on the Earth March 2014

Edward Burtynsky tells Chean Ui-Hoon that he wanted to photograph nature but wished to do it with a different angle.

The Art Newspaper
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The Art Newspaper
A Breath of Fresh Air for the Fair-Weary March 2014

The second edition of London's latest fair had plenty of variety and showed promise for the future. Tagore said he was not surprised given London's growing status as an international trading hub.

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
Miya Ando at Sundaram Tagore Gallery March/April 2014

It really is a wonderful feeling to step into a gallery exhibition and be immediately set at ease by the imagery and colours of the paintings on the walls. So it was with Miya Ando's work in her most recent exhibition entitled Light Metal.

Finance Asia
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Finance Asia
Intangible Values February 2014

"I do not tell my clients how valuable an artwork is without first telling them the idea and background behind the work, because that's where its true value lies" — Sundaram Tagore

The Standard
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The Standard
Steeling the show March 2014

The half-Russian, half-Japanese artist, Miya Ando, first discovered her affinity for metal in a university welding class. She attributes it to the fact that her Japanese ancestors were Bizen swordmakers over a century ago.

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當代藝術新聞
吉門營房夜未眠,15間畫廊聯合國開幕,新加坡當代藝術饗宴 March 2014

在《藝術登陸新加坡》舉辦期間,大會在新加坡畫廊區-吉門營房藝術村(Gillman Barracks)精心安排了場露天派對。Sundaram Tagore畫廊正展示新加坡藝術家李綾瑄(Jane Lee)的100 Faces。 Sundaram Tagore表示,新加坡是印度,中國和印尼的三個主力市場的樞紐,和東北亞的藏家基地香港一樣有重要的地位。

Art Radar Asia
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Art Radar Asia
Woman of Steel: Miya Ando’s solo debut in Hong Kong March 2014

Brooklyn-based artist Miya Ando shares the unusual combination of traditional Japanese techniques and individual innovations that went into creating her recent body of work, displayed in her first solo exhibition “Light Metal” in Hong Kong.

Time Out Singapore
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Time Out Singapore
Water colours March 2014

As award winning Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky makes his solo SIngapore debut this month, he shares some of the best shots from his latest series, Water.

South China Morning Post / 48 Hours
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South China Morning Post / 48 Hours
When many layers make light work February 2014

In her solo exhibition at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Ando has a selection of her abstract paintings on burnished steel and anodised aluminium.

Artnews
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Artnews
Southeast Asia's New Art Hub February 2014

Over the last decade, Singapore has taken on the mantle of global crossroads, rapidly developing into an equatorial hub of commerce and culture.

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
Video Interview with Robert Yasuda February 2014

Artist Robert Yasuda talks with Blouin Artinfo about the work in his new exhibition, Make Haste Slowly.

Wired
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Wired
Softer Metal February 2014

Half-Japanese, half-Russian/American metalsmith Miya Ando makes art through alchemy. A recent set of her wall paintings, which emit a “ghostly halo” through phosphorescent pigments painted under the dyes, will be shown at the Sundaram Tagore gallery in Hong Kong throughout February.

ARTnews
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ARTnews
To Be A Lady: review February 2014

Brooklyn-based curator Jason Andrew's global selection of paintings, photographs, films, and painted constructions set out to recast the often limiting idea of what a "lady" should be.

The Esoteric Quarterly
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The Esoteric Quarterly
Biographical Sketch of the Artist, Sohan Qadri January 2014

Informed by Eastern spiritual traditions, the art of Sohan Qadri neither evokes thought nor connects the viewer to anything outside itself; like meditation, it turns the attention inwards. (Vibhuti Patel)

Hong Kong Tatler
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Hong Kong Tatler
Miya Ando at Sundaram Tagore Gallery January 2014

The up-and-coming New York-based artist exhibits new works in her first Hong Kong solo exhibition.

Yahoo News
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Yahoo News
Growing demand for works by Singapore artists January 2014

Art Stage's Southeast Asia focus has attracted buyers keen on exploring the emerging art scene in this region, with its strong cultural heritage.

World Sculpture News
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World Sculpture News
A song to the vitality of beauty January 2014

Netherlands-born, Berlin-based painter and sculptor Fré Ilgen makes art that speaks to the power of sculptural organization and materials. His sculptures are touched by both stillness and movement and reveal something of the responsiveness of art to the human dynamic.

My Paper
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My Paper
Singapore woos art buyers January 2014

Singapore is taking centre stage on the global art circuit this week, as collectors descend for South-east Asia's largest art fair.

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
Art Stage posits that art can't be defined by price alone January 2014

"Art Stage has always had a strong Southeast Asian focus. But it has never fallen into the category of being a regional fair because it upholds international standards of presentation, and deftly mixes Western and Asian galleries of importance," says Sundaram Tagore.

The Business Times
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The Business Times
Art Stage: Faces to watch January 2014

Ask collectors of Singapore art whose works the covet, and "Jane Lee" almost always pops up.

Designare
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Designare
Splash of Inspiration January 2014

Local artist Jane Lee spins a layered tale with her paintings.

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資本企業家(第110期)
Sundaram Tagore 把文化藏於家中 January 2014

Sundaram Tagore 位於半山的大宅,猶如小型藝術館,當中有畫作、雕塑、在屋內各據一方,藝術家來自世界各地,以藝術創作展開跨越時空的文化對話。他已大半生的時間收藏藝術品,有籍藝術作品認識各地文化,由此為人生帶來最大的快樂。

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Harper's Bazaar Singapore
Jane Lee at Sundaram Tagore Gallery January 2014

We reveal which artists will be capturing your imagination at this year's Art Stage.

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
Jane Lee show at Sundaram Tagore Promises to be Must-See for Jan December 2013

It's been four years since the Singaporean artist held her last solo show, but during that period Jane Lee has kept herself busy, taking her work in a new stylistic direction.

Robb Report
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Robb Report
A Curated Life December 2013

Acclaimed historian and gallerist Sundaram Tagore lives and breathes art.

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
Nathan Slate Joseph and Taylor Kuffner at Sundaram Tagore Gallery November 2013

The decision to bring together Nathan Slate Joseph's paintings and sculpture and Taylor Kuffner's elegant sound installation, a stimulating combination of traditional Balinese gamelan music and robotic technology, was an inspired one. Both artists' works have their own distinctive meditative, aesthetic, and narrative qualities, but placed together these qualities are strikingly enhanced.

蘋果日報
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蘋果日報
泰戈爾後人 「藝術是歷史解碼器」 October 2013

「當我們大為謙卑的時候,便是我們最接近偉大的時候。(We come nearest to the great when we are great in humility)」這是曾獲諾貝爾文學獎的印度大文豪泰戈爾(Rabindranath Tagore)讓人耳熟能詳的名句。他周遊列國,與徐悲鴻、譚雲山為友,對促進東西文化最落力,描寫也最為細膩,甚至影響中國一代詩風。個半世紀後,泰戈爾對文化融通的深層視野仍然像基因遺傳在第五代子孫 Sundaram Tagore 的血液裏。「當我曾曾祖父拿到諾貝爾文學獎後,把獎金都捐到大學去,他深信人道主義(humanity)而非民族主義(nationalism)會令世界變好。我也深受影響,藝術不是商品也不只講求美輪美奐,最重要是有沒有達到歷史解碼的功能。」Sundaram Tagore這印度大文豪之後如是說。他更侃侃而談「文化衝擊」作為自己收藏和經營事業的單一準則與品味。

大公報 (藝術賞析)
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大公報 (藝術賞析)
《EYE TO EAR 》視覺到聽到的體驗 October 2013

他,將廢棄鋼片漂染焊接成五彩繽紛的畫作,打造視覺感官體驗,這出自以色列與美籍畫家和雕塑家 Nathan Slate Joseph之手。他,搜集最傳統的銅鑼, 連接電腦控制的裝置,打造出獨特的聲音與旋律,這來自美國聲音裝置藝術家 Taylor Kuffner 之創。從視覺到聽覺,利用自然週遭的事物,搭配新穎先進的創作方法,兩個人將自己的作品帶到香港。

東方日報
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東方日報
EYE TO EAR 衝擊視聽 October 2013

藝術家除了從生活獲取靈感,生生不息的自然世界,也是激發創作力的繆思女神。像來自以色列的美籍雕塑家Nathan Slate Joseph,善於利用經受風吹雨打「處理」的立體鋼片實現創作夢;而來自美國的聲音裝置藝術家Taylor Kuffner,則喜歡利用峇里傳統樂器打造一系列能奏出天籟之音的藝術裝置。Sundaram Tagore Gallery現正上演兩位藝術家的聯展「EYE TO EAR」,置身場館,不論視覺、聽覺都能享受藝術與大自然合作的成果。

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
Taylor Kuffner's Robot Gamelan Orchestra September 2013

At Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Hong Kong, there is an installation of gamelan, Indonesian percussive instruments, producing a soothing meditative melody. This is the work of artist Taylor Kuffner, a New Yorker who immersed himself in Indonesian music and cultural forms then experimented with robotizing gamelan.

My Paper
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My Paper
We cannot be humans without art September 2013

My Paper speaks to the globe-trotting art gallerist on how Singaporeans are developing a palate for art.

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
Anthropos: Thai and Singapore artists get physical September 11, 2013

The human body is given a thorough examination at the ongoing Anthropos, an exhibition featuring Thai and Singaporean artists at Sundaram Tagore Gallery.

artdaily.org
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artdaily.org
Sundaram Tagore Gallery Set To Reopen Newly Renovated Space September 3, 2013

Sundaram Tagore announces the reopening of the Hong Kong branch following a complete interior renovation. Sundaram Tagore Gallery, located on the ground and first floor of the Lee Roy Commercial Building at 57-59 Hollywood Road, was the first international gallery to open in Hong Kong and the reopening coincides with the gallery's fifth anniversary.

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
Sundaram Tagore Gallery's HK Facelift, New Show September 3, 2013

After a brief hiatus, the Hong Kong branch of Sundaram Tagore Gallery will reopen with a new look and an exciting exhibition on September 26, coinciding with the gallery's fifth anniversary in Hong Kong.

Tricyle Magazine
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Tricyle Magazine
The Alchemist August 2013

Tricycle Magazine profiles artist Miya Ando, who talks about her practice, her creative vision, and how her heritage informs into her work.

 

Blouin Artinfo/Modern Painters
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Blouin Artinfo/Modern Painters
500 Best Galleries Worldwide July 2013

Sundaram Tagore Gallery has been named one of the top galleries in the world by Blouin Artinfo and Modern Painters magazine.

Blouin Artinfo
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Blouin Artinfo
Miya Ando's Burnished Metals At Sundaram Tagore New York July 2013

New York-based artist Miya Ando is currently having her first solo exhibition at Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York, showcasing her signature burnished steel and anodized aluminum works that deftly tie together abstraction, industrial fabrication, spiritual subject matter, and the lessons of American minimalism.

The Jewish Daily Forward
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The Jewish Daily Forward
Searching For Impermanence July 2013

Miya Ando, an artist whose solo show Impermanence recently opened at New York’s Sundaram Tagore Gallery, is a product of two worlds. The daughter of a Russian (via California) Jewish father and Japanese Buddhist mother, she grew up in a temple and didn’t learn English until she was seven years old.

Time Out Singapore
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Time Out Singapore
Beyond Canvas At Sundaram Tagore Gallery July 2013

While their styles are vastly different from one another, Nathan Slate Joseph, 69, and the late Sohan Qadri are nonetheless both known for their innovative painting techniques. Various pieces by the two artists are currently displayed alongside each other at Sundaram Tagore Gallery.

Newsweek
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Newsweek
Mighty MIYA June 2013

Move over, Man of Steel. There’s a new superhero in the city. Her ancestors were swordsmiths. Her mission? To embrace the alchemy of metal. To manipulate steel and aluminum into forms beyond recognition. To create deceptively simple postminimalist art.

Hyperallergic
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Hyperallergic
Black Mountain College Veteran’s Curiosity Spurs Her Art June 2013

The brilliant and inventive mind of Susan Weil is on full display at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery through June 15. At 83, Weil has lived at the epicenter of the New York art world since the early 1950s, and although her art has been relatively overshadowed by that of her contemporaries, Weil's current show has the makings of her best.

Blouin ArtInfo
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Blouin ArtInfo
interview with Susan Weil June 2013

Artist Susan Weil talks with Blouin Artinfo about the work in her new exhibition, Time's Pace.

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The Art Newspaper | 號外 。藝術新聞 。特寫
光浴興感召 (看千住博的"瀑布"系列) JUNE 2013

每一次,無論是在靜謐的畫廊,或器雜的藝展,站在千住博的,”瀑布” 系列前,總有一種沐浴於靈光的感動。

藝術,是一種由藝術家要犧牲自己的生命,身不由己地傳達這些自己也不甚明白的,高於人類標準的 "美" 因此,藝術是關乎 "感召" 。

這是為什麼千住博被公認為日本國寶級藝術家, 他的 "瀑布" 系列、以半寶石、珊瑚、貝母、動物皮膠混合的傳統日本畫礦物顏料、毛筆(以至噴筆),將當日在原始森林受水靈洗滌一新的感召經驗,一次又一次寫在桑皮紙上。

a.m. Post
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a.m. Post
Capturing the Passage of Time MAY 2013

Acclaimed Japanese artist, Hiroshi Senju's solo show in Sundaram Tagore Gallery awards the viewer a glimpse of serenity and an inkling of the passage of time as planet earth measures it rather than in fleeting human terms.

信報(優雅生活)
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信報(優雅生活)
信報專訪日本國寶級當代藝術大師"千住博" MAY 2013

〜藝術是想像的交流與傳達〜

The Glass Magazine
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The Glass Magazine
A Sense of the Sublime May 2013

Gazing upon Hiroshi Senju’s large-scale, mystical waterfalls, one isn’t immediately struck by the questions: What is beauty? What is art? “Here is beauty”, you think. “Here is art”.

Magazin Z
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Magazin Z
KUNSTMARKT May 2013

Eine davon ist die Sundaram Tagore Gallery. Gegründet 2000 in New York und heute mit Ableger auch in Hongkong, hat sich die Galerie ganz dem Dialog zwischen Ost und West verschrieben.

Hong Kong Tatler
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Hong Kong Tatler
Sundaram Tagore Gallery Welcomes Hiroshi Senju April 2013

Inspired by the beauty of waterfalls, Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju speaks with Hong Kong Tatler about his passion to create beyond nationality and embracing art as a global practice.

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Stepping Forward APRIL 2013

Sundaram Tagore sees his role as facilitating arts dialogue between cultures.

New York Times
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New York Times
Outsize Barnett Newman, With His Signature Zip APRIL 2013

The works belong to Susan Weil, an 83-year-old artist who was married to Rauschenberg from 1950 to 1953. The two, who met at art school in Paris, remained close until Rauschenberg's death. (Like her ex-husband, Ms. Weil isn't one to retire: An exhibition of her new works opens on May 16 at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Chelsea.)

大公報
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大公報
千住博描繪巨幅螢光瀑布 April 2013

Sundaram Tagore Gallery 於4月16日至6月9日在香港隆重舉行享譽國際藝壇的日本當代藝術大師千住博(Hiroshi Senju)個人展覽:《日之瀑布.夜之瀑布》,呈獻一系列巨幅熒光瀑布畫作。

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Glowing, glowing, gone April 2013

Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju is a celebrated master of the 1,000-year-old Nihonga style of painting, which uses natural ingredients, such as ground rocks, shells and coral as materials.

明報
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明報
水之幻影 April 2013

古哲先賢常道「智者樂水」,認為水既是天地萬物之源, 為人類供豐饒的物質,其萬千之姿也能讓人感悟造物的奧妙。日本當代藝術家千住博,同樣好奇「水」的幻變性,常跑到郊野觀察並將所見所想入畫,而他香港的個 人展覽"日之瀑布,夜之瀑布"中展示的螢光瀑布作品,就是他多年來跨越繁華與自然,現實與夢幻境界的重要藝術結晶。

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ArtNews
Hosook Kang at Sundaram Tagore New York APRIL 2013

Korean artist Hosook Kang is fascinated with nature, specifically the invisible rush of energy that flows through living things and natural phenomena.

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Christie's
Interview with Susan Weil April 2013

American painter Susan Weil discusses her artistic process, including examples of her own work, and reflects on her childhood and influences.

Time Out Hong Kong
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Time Out Hong Kong
Buying Fine Art Photography March 2013

"Firstly, you should look at photographers that you value and only acquire the very best piece the photographer is producing – the top of the line. Just the name of the photographer alone is not enough. The piece itself has to be breathtaking."

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Blouin Artinfo
Cutting-Edge Thai Art Makes a Rare Appearance in New York March 2013

Falling in the middle of a sweet spot for fans of Southeast Asian art, Sundaram Tagore Gallery is currently hosting the first group exhibition to introduce New Yorkers to the latest in Thai contemporary art in over a decade.

Surface Asia
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Surface Asia
Brevity and Light March 2013

Opening on International Women’s Day, the 8 Women/8 Stories exhibit at Hong Kong’s Sundaram Tagore Gallery was conceived as an accolade to the eight female artists who contribute to the show’s interwoven narrative.

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The Malaysian Insider
What Will Make Singapore a World Arts Hub? March 2013

Sundaram writes about Singapore's rise as an art hub in the Malaysian Insider.

Pipeline
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Pipeline
Gillman Barracks: A Type of Odyssey March 2013

While packing the usual stars, including Cartier-Bresson, Burtynsky, Hirst, Liebovitz and Polidori, the show tries also to speak to the Southeast Asian region via an ambitious sound installation by the American Taylor Kuffner.

Entrepreneurs' Digest
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Entrepreneurs' Digest
Art: A Necessary Investment March 2013

Art is a necessity, just like food, air and water.

Imagine TV Network
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Imagine TV Network
The Gamelatron Jalan Jiwo: A Robotic Orchestra March 2013

Sundaram talks to the Imagine TV Network about Taylor Kuffner's electronic gamelan installation in the Singapore gallery.

Today
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Today
What will make Singapore a world arts hub March 2013

Sundaram writes about Singapore's rise as an art hub in the Today newspaper.

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Sette: Magazine del Corriere della Sera
Mio zio faceva arrabbiare Gandhi September 2012

"Credo che la mia famiglia abbia dato molto al nostro Paese, formando una coscienza sociale e professando sempre il dialogo."

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Hong Kong art dealers head south to Art Stage Singapore JANUARY 2013

"Hong Kong is already important, but Southeast Asia is emerging, both in terms of being a market and in the artistic sense," said Sundaram Tagore, an international art dealer who landed in Hong Kong in 2007.

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Artinfo.com
Art Stage Singapore Sales Off to a Strong Start JANUARY 2013

Over at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, which has branches in New York, Hong Kong, and Singapore, a pair of waterfall paintings by Japanese master Hiroshi Senju went home with an American collector based in Singapore.

ArtNews
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ArtNews
Chasing the Light December 2012

Photographer John McDermott captures Asia’s ancient ruins, inspired by the dreamy effects of a solar eclipse.

ArtNews
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ArtNews
Ink Side Out December 2012

Visual artists are not only dropping tattoo imagery and techniques into their art, but are also gaining mainstream exposure for it.

Singapore Tatler
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Singapore Tatler
Great Walls November 2012

A day after the opening of the Sundaram Tagore Gallery Singapore at the Gillman Barracks arts complex, Sundaram Tagore threw an exclusive poolside party for noted art collectors from across the globe.

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
Written Images at Sundaram Tagore Gallery November/December 2012

The exhibition entitled Written Images: Contemporary Calligraphy from the Middle East, curated by Karin von Roques, takes an important step to altering perceptions.

Jetstar Magazine
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Jetstar Magazine
Sundaram Tagore Gallery November 2012

Sundaram Tagore on his eponymous gallery in Singapore, uniting art from the East and West.

Wall Street Journal
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Wall Street Journal
In Hong Kong, a Timely Photo Series on Water November 2012

Edward Burtynsky spent most of the past decade with his lens on the oil industry. Now he is shifting his focus to what he calls "the next great liquid": water.

The New York Times
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The New York Times
Singapore Nurtures Art With Bureaucratic Touch October 2012

The Singaporean government has in recent years worked with various partners to develop the infrastructure of a major Asian contemporary art hub.

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Writ Large October 2012

Historically, Arabic calligraphy grew from a desire to honour the perfect language of God as set down from the Koran.

International Herald Tribune
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International Herald Tribune
Former army barracks becomes centerpiece of city-state's cultural plan October 2012
The New York Times
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The New York Times
Singapore Recasts Itself as Newest Asian Art Hub October 2012

For decades Singapore has concentrated on developing its reputation as a global financial center, a focus that only recently expanded to include its cultural growth as well.

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CNN Go
Next big art thing: Gillman Barracks opens in Singapore October 2012

Singapore vs. Hong Kong as Asia's art capital gets serious with launch of new center for international galleries.

The Edge Singapore
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The Edge Singapore
Space for Art October 2012

Curator Sundaram Tagore tells Aimee Chan why the new art development at Gillman Barracks is so current and important.

ArtInfo
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ArtInfo
Sundaram Tagore Gallery Expands to Singapore September 2012

The Sundaram Tagore Gallery is expanding to Singapore, opening its fifth location within the new Gillman Barracks art district on September 14th. It beat out 30 other applicants to make the cut as one of the 13 galleries selected by a government-appointed committee to open what is touted to be the next big destination for contemporary art in Asia.

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Zaobao Now
Sundaram Tagore, descendant of Rabindranath Tagore, opens new gallery at the Gillman Barracks September 2012

Sundaram Tagore Gallery is the only New York gallery to participate at the Gillman Barracks. The owner is a descendant of Rabindranath Tagore, the influential Indian Nobel Prize winner in Literature.

Time Out Singapore
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Time Out Singapore
September 2012

Former military compound Gillman Barracks is now home to some of the world's top gallery brands.

The Business Times
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The Business Times
Art Central August 2012

Gillman Barracks opens as Singapore's - and the region's - new destination for contemporary art.

ARTnews
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ARTnews
Jane Lee review August 2012

While other painters may parse pictorial or abstract traditions, the Singaporean artist Jane Lee plays with the stuff and stuffing of the painting. Employing the boldest colors—primarily reds—she uses pastry bags to build up near-sculptural agglomerations of acrylic paint.

Sing Tao Daily
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Sing Tao Daily
Descendant of Tagore plans to set up gallery at WKCD July 2012

Sundaram targets the West Kowloon Cultural District as the gallery’s future location and plans to introduce local artists to the international art scene.

Bloomberg
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Bloomberg
Singapore Woos Millionaires With Murakami, Leibovitz June 2012

What's the connection between racing car driver Lewis Hamilton, Michelin-starred chef Joel Robuchon and New York gallery owner Sundaram Tagore? The answer is Singapore.

Daily Serving
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Daily Serving
The Big Bicture: An Interview with Ed Burtynsky June, 2012

The impact of oil has consistently reappeared in the work of Canadian photographer Ed Burtynsky for well over a decade. Burtynsky’s photographs often soar into the air, freeing us from our limited perspective, offering us the ability to better understand the scale and impact that this material has on contemporary life. It is only through this expansive perspective that we begin to understand the magnitude and consequence of our complicit actions.

The Atlantic
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The Atlantic
The Art of Industry: The Making and Meaning of Edward Burtynsky's New Exhibit, 'Oil' June 2012

This thematic show features nearly 50 large-format images that tell the story of oil, from its origins, extraction, and processing in the tar sands of Alberta or the first offshore platforms in Azerbaijan, through the spaghetti junctions and motorcycle rallies that represent oil's spatial, infrastructural, and cultural footprint, all the way to oil's afterlife in mountains of compacted barrels and broken tankers in the Bay of Bengal.

Art Critical
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Art Critical
Abstraction and Representation on Equal Terms: A Studio Visit with Denise Green June, 2012

In conjunction with the launch of "Denise Green: An Artist’s Odyssey", published by the University of Minnesota Press, Artcritical sent contributing editor Jonathan Goodman to the artist’s studio for an in-depth discussion about the Australian artist’s time in Paris and New York and her contributions both as a visual artist and a writer and editor.

Artforum
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Artforum
Hiroshi Senju Review June 2012

The exquisite works in Hiroshi Senju’s series “Cliffs,” 2012—eleven mixed-media paintings, one triptych, all on mulberry paper mounted on board—appear to illustrate Lao-tzu’s idea of Tao as a sort of universal flow or elemental flux informing all things.

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
Hiroshi Senju Review May/June 2012

Japanese painter Hiroshi Senju is best known for the serenity of his large-scale waterfall paintings that he has made since 1990. His recent cliff paintings that he has developed since 2007 articulate both artistic and metaphysical tension.

Art Critical
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Art Critical
Neither Hats Nor Unicorns June 2012

Judith Murray’s current show at Sundaram Tagore presents a stunning departure for this boldly original painter with a significant body of work dating to the 1970s. She could be classed as a latter-day Abstract Expressionist in that her work is always abstract and also deeply expressive.

Surface Asia
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Surface Asia
Moving Pictures

Gallerist Sundaram Tagore goes behind the camera for his first feature film.

CNN Go
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CNN Go
10 reasons art lovers should visit Hong Kong right now - including Annie Leibovitz show at Sundaram Tagore Gallery Hong Kong
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The Boston Globe
Extracting unsettling beauty from Vermont quarries May 2012

Globalization has a recording angel. For two decades, Edward Burtynsky large-format color photographs of mining in Australia, shipbreaking in India, and manufacturing in China have documented how extraction, production and consumption collaborate to alter the environment to degrees almost entirely unprecedented in human history.

Sunday Morning Post
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Sunday Morning Post
Many Snappy Returns APRIL 2012

Mention the name Annie Leibovitz, and some iconic images of 20th-century pop culture immediately spring to mind.

South Asian Diaspora
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South Asian Diaspora
Tug of War With the Art Piece of Your Eye April 2012

Walk into New York gallerist, Sundaram Tagore's life as he shares his journey through art, the impact it has had on his life, and how you can become a collector.

MillionaireAsia
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MillionaireAsia
Art, Not Just For Art's Sake

A gallery and an art historian, Sundaram Tagore is a man who wears many hats. Sundaram added yet another hat to his collection – that of a film director.

Singapore Tatler
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Singapore Tatler
March 2012

Sundaram Tagore speaks about his documentary, setting up his own gallery and the Asian art scene.

The Times of India
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The Times of India
India Art Fair and its attendees FEBRUARY 2012

Hong Kong-based gallery Sundaram Tagore displayed photographs and portraits of famous personalities like the Dalai Lama, Hillary Clinton, Bill Gates and Marilyn Monroe.

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expressindia
Art and For the Soul JANUARY 2012

There was one familiar face at the India Art Fair, a face which has continued to fascinate the world for decades now.

The Times of India
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The Times of India
India Art Fair JANUARY 2012

Step into the India Art Fair and you could well be a part of the hype, the hubris and the bazaar that the Indian galleries love to load on your senses. But it is the foreign galleries that have added the pulling down and keeping low and focused fare.

Asian Age
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Asian Age
Art spells mega bucks JANUARY 2012

The business of art is enjoying a big-time boom.

The Guardian
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The Guardian
The India art fair - in pictures JANUARY 2012

Photo essay on India Art Fair 2012 including Sundaram Tagore Gallery

NY Arts Magazine
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NY Arts Magazine
Five World-Renowned Photographers Point their Lenses at India JANUARY 2012

For centuries India has held a grip on the Western imagination. Sundaram Tagore Gallery’s exhibition at this year’s India Art Fair in New Delhi (January 26 to 29) traces the country’s influence on a group of notable photographers.

Mail Online India
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Mail Online India
Iconic Afghan Girl photograph expected to fetch Rs25.5 lakh JANUARY 2012

Steve McCurry's "Afghan Girl" at India Art Fair.

India Today
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India Today
India Art Fair kicks off with a full house JANUARY 2012

The Art Fair in Delhi has a shed of all its pretensions of being a cultural enlightenment.

ARTnews
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ARTnews
Beyond Borders January 25, 2012

The growing ranks of commercially successful Middle Eastern artists, increasingly featured at international galleries, auctions and fairs, provides a rough benchmark by which to measure the growth of the market.

The Wall
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The Wall
The India Art Fair JANUARY 2012

Sundaram Tagore has put together a dynamic selection of art work by bringing Kim Joon and Sebastian Salgado to India.

The Tribune
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The Tribune
INDIA ART FAIR PREVIEW Delhi extravaganza set to enthral art lovers JANUARY 2012

Sundaram Tagore Gallery has works by all foreign artists.

Daily Pioneer
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Daily Pioneer
A fair deal JANUARY 2012

Sundaram Tagore Gallery from Beverly Hills, New York has a mix of Indian photographers and artists from across the globe at India Art Fair.

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XINMSN
A Moment with ... Gallerist Sundaram Tagore January 2012

Meet Sundaram Tagore, a New York-based gallerist, art historian and now award-winning director.

Nagarik Daily
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Nagarik Daily
Jyoti Duwadi's show Wu Xing: Five Elements JANUARY 2012

Nepali Newspaper Nagarik Daily features Jyoti Duwadi's show Wu Xing: Five Elements.

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ilovesoho.hk
Cross-Cultural Creativity JANuary 2012

Nepalese artist’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong explores the confluence of nature, cultures and symbolism.

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
Exhibition Reviews JANUARY 2012

Wu Xing: Five Elements is a thoroughly engaging and thoughtful work in which each element of the collective has been carefully worked out.

Gafencu
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Gafencu
Sundaram Tagore profile in Hong Kong's Power 300 issue December 2011

Sundaram Tagore has a distinct sense of style. That's probably just as well, bearing in mind his status as an art historian and the owner of a gallery that bears his name.

Condé Nast Traveller
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Condé Nast Traveller
India Art Fair 2012 DECEMBER 2011

Sundaram Tagore Gallery Hong Kong will show Annie Leibovitz and Sebastião Salgado at India Art Fair 2012.

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artmap.tv
JAPAN. Hiroshi Senju Museum Karuizawa designed by Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA just opened to the public DECEMBER 2011

The design of the Hiroshi Senju Museum Karuizawa is a collaborative effort between Ryue Nishizawa and the Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju, whose paintings from 1978 to the present day are on display at the new museum.

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Kee X
Leaving The Room DECEMBER 2011

Award-winning photographer Robert Polidori recently showed his powerful images of the interiors of rooms as altered by the passages of time in Hong Kong for the first time.

Mental Floss
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Mental Floss
8 Artists Who Poured Their Heart and Soul Into Their Work NOVEMBER 2011

For many artists, the most personal stamp they put on a piece is their signature. Barry Freedland, on the other hand, uses his identity to create most of his art.

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
In A Realm Of One's Own NOVEMBER 2011

The Chinese ink painter Zhang Yu has long struggled with ink painting innovations while keeping an eye on enlarging the great tradition and culture from which his art emerges. While his painting and ideas are steeped in Chinese culture, they also speak vigorously across art's international borders.

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Voice of America News
New York Gallery Displays Modern Middle Eastern Calligraphy November 2011

Middle Eastern calligraphy on display at a New York City art gallery is being touted as a vehicle for dialogue between Middle East and the West.

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the pocket arts guide
Sundaram Tagore: Tradition and Transcendence OCTOBER 2011

Sundaram Tagore Gallery has supported Fine Art Asia since the fair started in 2006. It has branches in Hong Kong, New York and Beverley Hills. The gallery specialises in artwork that interweaves the modern, the cultural and the abstract.

Sunday Morning Post
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Sunday Morning Post
Still Life But Outdoors OCTOBER 2011

Robert Polidori takes extraordinarily beautiful photographs of interiors that are not, nessarily, beautiful. His images aren't about architecture - what he's interested in is how people take buildings and transform them into habitats.

Time Out Hong Kong
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Time Out Hong Kong
Interview Robert Polidori SEPTEMBER 2011

Internationally renowned for his large-scale photography of ruins and deserted spaces, Robert Polidori likes to recall his defining influence: Frances Yates' The Art of memory, which he came across in 1971.

Paroles
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Paroles
Robert Polidori: Versailles or the Art of Memory SEPTEMBER 2011

Why wouldn’t the walls have recorded and layered, one on top of the other, all the emotional vibes of the rooms’ successive occupants and visitors? That is the question that has obsessed photographer Robert Polidori for over twenty years, and that makes his photographs of interiors and exteriors so moving and haunting, long after we have seen them.

Art Collection +Design
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Art Collection +Design
Interview of Sundaram Tagore Gallery Establisher SEPTEMBER 2011

Established in 2000 in New York and with branches in Beverly Hills and Hong Kong, Sundaram Tagore Gallery was the first international gallery to open in Hong Kong.

CNN
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CNN
Robert Polidori photographs Hong Kong's 'rational planning' SEPTMEBR 2011

Canadian-born photographer Robert Polidori hasn’t taken a vacation in 25 years. He’s been too busy carting his large-format camera around the world to document the aftermath of events like the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, Hurricane Katrina and the Lebanese Civil War.

ARTnews
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ARTnews
Tom Doyle Review July 2011

Using carved planks and curved sections of trees that he felled himself, Tom Doyle constructed handsome, tripodal forms that vary from tabletop models to nearly eleven-foot-tall sculptures. Four of the 13 were displayed attached to the walls at eye level, but the freestanding sculptures held the most potency. The larger works resemble the bones of a long-dead vertebrate, but at the same time the elegance of their compositions make them seem animated.

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Spoon & Tamago
Hiroshi Senju Museum in Karuizawa by Ryue Nishizawa July 2011

Hiroshi Senju became a famous artist in the same way Ernest Hemingway described a man going broke: “Two ways, gradually and then suddenly.”

BBC
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BBC
High-end art in Hong Kong June 2011

One of the early arrivals, back in 2007, was Sundaram Tagore, a gallerist with outposts in New York and Beverly Hills who focuses on the intersection of Western and non-Western art and shows pieces that further a global dialogue.

Life Magazine China
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Life Magazine China
Water From Sky May 2011

The New York Times Magazine
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The New York Times Magazine
On Earth As It Is In Heaven June 2011

What Sebastião Salgado sees in places untouched by humanity.

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Gafencu Men
The Look of Genesis JUNE 2011

Sebastião Salgado, one of the world’s most respected photographers, is set to debut his latest work—the Genesis series—in Hong Kong with a solo exhibition at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery.

ARTINFO
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ARTINFO
Hong Kong Prison to Be Rehabilitated as Lavish $231 Million Art Complex, With a Hand From Herzog & de Meuron JUNE 2011

(including Chelsea's Sundaram Tagore, which is currently exhibiting Sebastiao Salgado's gritty photographs of poverty and labor).

The College of Wooster
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The College of Wooster
Successful Alumni June 2011

Art historian, collector, gallery owner, businessman, philanthropist, and now filmmaker: Sundaram Tagore embodies the restless intellectual curiosity, cross-cultural exploration, and entrepreneurial spirit that characterize the liberal arts at their best.

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Art News
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Art News
Tagore Takes On Film June 2011

Not many art dealers can call themselves fledgling movie directors, but Sundaram Tagore - who operates branches of his gallery in New York, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong - recently debuted his first feature-length film.

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Humanity Laid Bare May 2011

The faces and scenes we meet through Sebastiao Salgado's lens are haunting: Indian coffee growers, Vietnamese boatpoeple, forgotten landscapes and the impact of globalisation on humankind. Salgado, a Brazilian has been called the work's most important photographer of the early 21st Century. This week his debut solo exhibition in Hong Kong opened at Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Central.

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The New York Film Academy
Graduate is Screening his Documentary Internationally at Several Prestigious Museums May 2011

New York Film Academy Graduate Sundaram Tagore is an Indian-born, New York-based art historian and filmmaker, and the first gallerist to focus exclusively on globalization. Prior to enrolling at New York Film Academy, he opened the Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York in 2000 followed by branches in Beverly Hills and Hong Kong in 2008.

Time Out Hong Kong
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Time Out Hong Kong
Unearthly Pursuits May 2011

Sebastiao Salgado is always on the go. An economist by trade before taking up an acclaimed career in photograhy, the 67-year-old Brazilian has been taking his poetic vision to every last shore on which human civilisation meets the natural world.

Venice
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Venice
Sebastião Salgado Changing the World Frame By Frame July 2009

As we proceed with our interview in French, Photographer Sebastião Salgado, who has lived in Paris since 1969, begins most of his answers with "Ecoutes..." as to say "Listen..." in a heavy Brazillian accent he has maintained well from his native land.

The Wall Street Journal
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The Wall Street Journal
Sundaram Tagore Focuses on Hong Kong MAY 2011

At the time, Mr. Tagore was one of the first international gallery owners to open a space in the city. Since then several foreign galleries have followed, including Gagosian Gallery and Ben Brown Fine Arts. “Hong Kong has become an important artistic center,” said Mr. Tagore. “There is an audience here that has a voracious appetite for art.”

The Sunday Times
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The Sunday Times
Taking the espresso train September 2007

Sitting in the basement of his agency in Paris, Sebastiao Salgado is recalling the camera that changed his destiny. The memory is more than three decades old, and yet still vivid. There is a glint in his bright blue eyes, his Picasso-like bald head is leaning across the table, his bushy white eyebrows are raised and he is repeating his favourite adjective – “enormous”.

The New York Times
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The New York Times
Back to Nature, in Pictures and Action May 2009

Famous for putting a human face on economic and political oppression in developing countries, Mr. Salgado is photographing the most pristine vestiges of nature he can find: pockets of the planet unspoiled by modern development. He has visited the seminomadic Zo’e tribe in the heart of the Brazilian rain forest and weathered desolate stretches of the Sahara. Next up: two months in the Brooks mountain range of Alaska on the trail of caribous and Dall sheep.

Guardian
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Guardian
Biography: Sebastião Salgado September 2004

Sebastião Salgado discovered photography while working as an economist for the World Bank. He is now one of the world's greatest photographers.

The New Yorker
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The New Yorker
How Sebastião Salgado captures the world April 2005

In the world of photojournalism, a place where his fame and magisterial rhythm of work give him a singular status, Salgado has the added distinction of being his own producer: he owns the factory.

Black & White Magazine
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Black & White Magazine
Salgado's Africa October 2008

For more than 30 years, Brazilian photojournalist Sebastião Salgado has been a roving prophet with a camera, alerting the developed world to the consequences - unintended and otherwise - of unchecked globalization. But no matter how harrowing the journey has become, his eloquent, unforgettable photographs are invariably attuned to the transformative power of the human spirit.

LA Weekly
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LA Weekly
Sebastião Salgado's Search for the Pristine JUNE 2007

A documentary photographer with a Ph.D. in economics, Sebastião Salgado has spent much of the last 30 years in the underbelly of globalization, bearing witness to some of the bleakest chapters of recent history. He’s photographed the victims of famine in Ethiopia, genocide in Rwanda, land mines in Angola, ethnic cleansing in the Balkans and war in Afghanistan. His last two major projects, “Workers” (1986–1992) and “Migrations” (1993–1999), are epic studies of postindustrial economic development, as reflected in the faces of those whom it least serves, from Brazilian gold miners to Vietnamese fishermen, displaced Ecuadorian farmers to Sudanese refugees.

The Wall Street Journal
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The Wall Street Journal
Tom Doyle: Space Embraced April 2011

Tom Doyle fells cherry, oak and sassafras trees to make his carved, rough-hewn tripartite sculptures, some of which he casts in red and brown patinated bronze. The nearly two dozen abstract works here, from 1986 to the present, are either handheld or behemoth in scale.

The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
The Dot Among the Dots: The Works of Sohan Qadri April 2011

Only a poet, a painter and a Tantric yogic practitioner could engage with the mystic roots of spirituality. Sohan Qadri, one of India's greatest abstractionists in the genre of meditative moorings passed away early in March. It was at Kumar Gallery's 'Celebration' that collector and friend Virender Kumar had included a series of stellar works by Qadri which revealed his penchant for exploring the notion of emptiness or voids in a series of luminous, dye-infused works on paper.

Orientations
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Orientations
Asia Week New York March 2011

Sundaram Tagore Gallery will present a group exhibition, "Facing East’, of works that transcend cultural boundaries while reflecting Eastern elements. The show represents artists of Korean, Indian, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Uzbeki-Israeli origins. These works define an aesthetic language of East-West dialogue, featuring artists Kim Joon, Nathan Slate Joseph, Sohan Qadri, Hiroshi Senju, Robert Yasuda, Nhat Tran, Amina Ahmed, and Taylor Kuffner. Through their works, these artists struggle to create a sense of beauty that is universal through a wide range of mediums.

Life Style Asia
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Life Style Asia
Art & The City - About Faces by Lee Waisler March 2011

Waisler known for his socially and politically charged works deal with the Holocaust, Vietnam War and the civil rights movement. His works soon began to reflect his growing interest in Eastern philosophy, and accordingly, became increasingly abstract. It was after Waisler's journey to India in the mid-90s that his works moved toward figuration and away from pure abstraction.

Gallery Guide
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Gallery Guide
Lee Waisler - About Faces March 2011

For his second solo exhibition in Hong Kong, California-based American painter Lee Waisler presents a series of moving portraits of historical and contemporary figures. Having practiced abstraction for decades, Waisler returned to figuration full-force six years ago, making what he calls "dimensional portraits," combining strips of wood and blocks of color to create nuanced faces and figures.

Weekend Weekly
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Weekend Weekly
FEBRUARY 2011

There are about 20 portraits of famous individuals arriving at Hollywood Road painted by the American artist Lee Waisler. The subject of these paintings are distinguished people from various fields. But the most striking characteristic of these paintings is the artist's usage of mixed materials -such as wooden sticks, sand and glass onto the thick acrylic paints- to allow the painting to present a totally different texture from the traditional paintings.

Home - The Standard
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Home - The Standard
Art at Home February

In recognition of those who contributed themselves to creating a better environment for the human race, California-based American painter Lee Waisler is presenting a series of moving portraits of historical and contemporary figures in About Faces, his second solo exhibition in Hong Kong.

CNN Go
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CNN Go
Interview with Sundaram Tagore February 2011

The first international gallerist to come to Hong Kong, Sundaram Tagore is now premiering his debut documentary

Glass
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Glass
Paradise Lost January 2011

Edward Burtynsky's photographs are a document of our modern world. From oil-scarred landscapes and the dream like monotony of manufacturing plants, to the booming industrial backdrop of modern China, his work represents the stark and very real repercussions of our modern way of life. But despite the socio-political nature of his subjects, Burtynsky maintains that he is 'not an activist', he is, at the core, an artist.

Daily Beast
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Daily Beast
Jane McAdam Freud Continues Sigmund Freud's Legacy January 2011

Wall Street Journal
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Wall Street Journal
Chipping Away at the Life of the Mind January 2011

"Jane McAdam Freud has never seen a shrink. But as an artist and the great-granddaughter of Sigmund Freud, she has plenty to say about theories of the unconscious that have shaped our understanding of the human condition for more than a century.
Freudian theory has long been used as a tool to process modern art, but few artists have consciously created an oeuvre specifically about Sigmund Freud's work - certainly not an artist of the same bloodline. Ms. McAdam Freud's new collection, "Random Plus," explores theories of the unconscious, dream analysis, sexuality and repeated experiences using a vast collection of multimedia pieces fashioned from bronze, clay and copper."

Asian Art News
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Asian Art News
Edward Burtynsky at Sundaram Tagore Gallery Nov 2010

"Every viewer will see in Burtynsky's work the aspects of nature, and of man's engagement in nature, that seem most significant to him at the time. It may be the beauty of color; it may be the magic of pattern; it may be the bizarre juxtaposition of beauty and industry, or the betrayal of nature or of man that often results from uncontrolled industrial exploitation. Burtynsky's work can generate this diversity of appreciation due to its accessibility, its universality, and its honesty. The artificial is made natural, and man's attack on nature is made beautifully clear."

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Artforum critics' picks
Edward Burtynsky October 2010

"Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky's first solo exhibition in Hong Kong offers works made between 1985 and 2008. His longtime preoccupation with the effect that industrial operations have on the earth is apparent: The large-sale photographs show how various industries currently dominate landscapes around the world, from oil fields to highways, electronics factories to car lots."

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Edward Burtynsky --- The photographer tells Yvonne Lai why he takes a wide angle view of humanity's industrial impact October 2010

"After following the construction of the Three Gorges Dam [documented in the film Manufactured Landscapes], I'm now doing a series on dams further up the Yangtze as part of a series on water. The kind of meditation I did on oil [in a book published in 2008], I'm doing on water. I see them both as having huge human implications."

Asia Tatler
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Asia Tatler
Edward Burtynsky's Manufactured Landscapes October 2010

"If aliens wanted to understand modern civilization as it is today, they would probably look at Ed Burtynsky's photographs. His large-scale works show monstrous quarries, poisonous metal tailings, spaghetti highways and sprawling oil fields."

Straits Times
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Straits Times
Arts fair takes boutique route October 2010

"Gallery directors are optimistic about the Singapore art market... New York-based Sundaram Tagore... said: 'The Singaporean community in the artistic context has matured. You see so many more museums, and the Government is taking a greater interest in art.'"

The Wall Street Journal
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The Wall Street Journal
Weekend Art Picks in Asia October 2010

"Famous for his panoramic color photographs of natural landscapes that teem with mining, industrial and building activity, Edward Burtynsky is finally getting a one-man show in Asia."

HK Magazine
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HK Magazine
Upclose with Edward Burtynsky October 2010

"Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky is famous for his visually striking and disarmingly beautiful large-format photographs of industrial landscapes. During his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, he talks to Penny Zhou about his industrial background and the messages behind his images."

South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
Stage set for flurry of art sales and shows September 2010

"Today is arguable one of the busiest days in Asia's art calendar with the Fine Art Asia fair as well as autumn art sales by Seoul Auction and Sotheby's taking place in Wan Chai [...] Sundaram Tagore has said time had proved him right about setting up in the city."

INDESIGNLIVE
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INDESIGNLIVE
Edward Burtynsky Exhibition September 2010

"As an industrial designer, the profession presents me with an intrinsic irony.
It celebrates the possibilities of producing beautiful things. But it also exposes the disarming reality of where things come from."

CNN Go
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CNN Go
Beastly-Beautiful Industrial Landscapes Through the Lens of Edward Burtynsky September 2010

"Back in 1984 when the HSBC tower was first being built, planes still landed in Kai Tak Airport and the jetfoil ride to Macau was considered a long trip, photographer Edward Burtynsky arrived Hong Kong. It was the first place in Asia the Canadian had traveled to. We caught up with Burtynsky before he jetted off to Fuijian province, and chatted about being detained by Chinese police, getting access to Saudi Arabian oil fields and that first trip to Asia"

Artdaily.org
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Artdaily.org
Adi Da Samraj "Orpheus and Linead" Opens at Sundaram Tagore Gallery September 2010

"Adi Da Samraj is known for his monumental works meant to draw viewers into an ecstatic experience and connect them to a higher spiritual truth. Since his participation in the 2007 Venice Biennale, the late American-born artist has commanded a large international following. This exhibition, called Orpheus and Linead, curated by the renowned Italian critic and art historian Achille Bonito Oliva (director of the 45th Venice Biennale), comprises 11 works on aluminum. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York and it features several works that have never been shown publicly."

The Standard
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The Standard
Price of Prosperity September

"Vast. Intricate. Awe-inspiring. Depressing. Momentous. Stagnant. These conflicting words come to mind when gazing on the universally acclaimed works of Edward Burtynsky. The Canadian photographer is best known for capturing a global panoply of images featuring breathtaking scenes with a man-and-environment theme"

Hong Kong Gallery Guide
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Hong Kong Gallery Guide
Through the lens of Edward Burtynsky September 2010

"Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky is internationally known for his works on man- made landscapes that render, with disconcerting beauty, grave matters of industrial transformation. For its photography focussed issue, The Hong Kong Gallery Guide caught up with Burtynsky ahead of his exhibition at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, to hear his views on photography as an art form, collecting art, and his creative vision."

Art News
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Art News
Robert Yasuda September 2010

"Yasuda's paintings are like shields or tablets awaiting a future generation to record its history on them."

Glass
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Glass
Burtynsky's 1st solo exhibition in Hong Kong AUGUST 2010

World-renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky, known for his disarmingly beautiful images of industrial landscapes, is to have his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. The Canadian artist presents large-scale photographs shot in Hong Kong, China, India, Azerbaijan, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, and the United States.

West East Magazine
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West East Magazine
The Kim Joon Intrusion July 2010

"Art to humanity, like hope to life, is the purpose of being, the main cog of an apparatus; convincing eyes and souls that dreams exist to be shaped, desires to be fulfilled, taboos to be wrecked. In between political and commercial propaganda, some artists find their place amidst a realm of the non sequitur. Kim Joon is an artist of this kind. Ren Wan loses grip of herself amidst Kim Joon’s beguiling imagery. "

West East Magazine
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West East Magazine
Arrested Memories July 2010

“The sky was red. It was like a volcano had erupted in the clouds,” Uzbek-Israeli artist Nathan Slate Joseph whispers to me in his thick Brooklyn accent. He is recalling the year 1948, when bomb blasts shook Israel and he was just a boy. Joseph pauses before explaining, “When I create sculptures, I go back to the colours and materials I was raised around. It’s like an act of arresting memories.” Indeed it is as though Joseph is gazing into the depths of his childhood when he constructs his deeply coloured metal works."

Hong Kong Tatler
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Hong Kong Tatler
Rust Never Sleeps July 2010

"Emeralds, rubies, sapphires, 24-karat gold. Aquamarine, topaz, amber, turquoise. The sizzling colours of the pigments in the paintings and sculptures of Nathan Slate Joseph nearly leap off the walls of the gallery; looking at them, you might think the artist has ground up precious stones to create his works. The colours are so saturated yet so organic that it’s difficult to resist the urge to touch them."

Color Magazine
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Color Magazine
An Uneasy Contradiction Surveying the career of Edward Burtynsky July 2010

"From the mid-1980s to the present, photographer Edward Burtynsky has made beautiful images of landscapes we'd rather not see. He photographs sites that are essential to our worldwide energy consumption: open-pit mines, refineries, quarries, and uranium tailings. More recently, he has photographed landscapes we couldn't imagine without his camera: China's relocation of millions of citizens to make way for the Three Gorges Dam, E-waste recycling, tire dumps, and ship- breaking. For two decades, Burtynsky's environmentally conscious photographs have grown from picturing quiet, seemingly benign hillsides with houses and dogs to the flagrantly poisonous, in the red river tailings of Sudbury, Ontario."

Time Out Hong Kong
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Time Out Hong Kong
Interview: Edward Burtynsky July 2010

"On his way to document the Gulf spill, the Canadian photographer talks to Edmund Lee about his fascination with the imageries of urban and industrial transformation. It is with the industrial landscapes created by mankind that one can best judge its progress and failings, and Edward Burtynsky has been taking a front row seat in these spectacles of environmental disasters for nearly three decades. The 55-year-old Canadian artist's large-format colour photographs have drawn worldwide acclaim for the sublime beauty they captured."

Living Galleries
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Living Galleries
Sundaram Tagore Gallery - Hong Kong July 2010

"Sundaram Tagore Gallery opened its doors in 2000 with a mission to foster the exchange of ideas between different cultures. With three locations in New York, Hong Kong and Beverly Hills, the stable of transnational artists straddles the terrain of east and west. The artists fail from such countries as India, Japan, Korea, , Uzbekistan, Mexico, Europe and America. The galleries have become known for cultural activities and collaborative events across the world."

Portfolio
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Portfolio
Edward Burtynsky's Negative Sublime

"Over the last three decades, Edward Burtynsky has created a body of images he describes as tracing "the man-made transformations our civilisation has imposed upon nature". This is a modest formulation with which to describe landscape photographs of often vast scale and stunning ocular power. Burtynsky's camera surveys terrain apparently subject to Promethean forces: quarries sit like mammoth inverted buildings, gouged out according to an unnatural symmetry. A mine tailing spreads luminous poison across blackened countryside, a suppurating geological sore. Oil derricks stretch like advancing robots as far as any human eye can see."

Art Forum
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Art Forum
Edward Burtynsky November 2005

"Uncomfortable ironies abound in Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky's large color photographs of ravaged natural terrain. Burtynsky's subjects have consistently been landscapes in which the process of industrialization has resulted in spectacles that dwarf the likes of Michael Heizer's sprawling City, 1970-99. Burtynsky's work is undeniably gorgeous yet maintains connections to the documentary"

Collections
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Collections
The Wish Maker: Edward Burtynsky February 2007

"As a recipient of the TED prize, Burtynsky received his wishes, becoming a founding member of an exclusive club that includes the likes of Bono and Bill Clinton. Make no mistake, however; this is not a prize to be wasted on the self indulgent. Upon acceptance, the winner is charged with saving the world of its ills, armed only with their reputation, a sharp mind and a purse of $100,000."

Toronto Life
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Toronto Life
The eyes of Ed Burtynsky February 2004

"He has photographed slag heaps in Sundbury, marble quaries in Italy and disintegrating cities along the Yangtze. How a miner turned entrepreneur conjures beauty from devastation, changing the way we see the world"

Art in America
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Art in America
The Toxic Sublime February 2006

"Edward Burtynsky's grandly scaled photographs of industrial wastelands and detritus radiate a beauty as fearsome as it is spectacular. His recent retrospective confronted viewers with the true (but not quite hidden) cost of fulfilling our consumerist desires"

Time Magazine
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Time Magazine
Made in Canada: Frame of Work Septembe