Architectural Digest India
At Singapore Art Week, an all-women show confronts exclusion
January 15, 2022
Sundaram Tagore Gallery’s show, A Room Of Her Own, features Anila Quayyum Agha, Tayeba Lipi, Lalla Essaydi, Karen Knorr, Miya Ando, Neha Vedpathak, Jane Lee and Susan Weil.
Between Form and Emptiness
October 14, 2020
A conversation with artist Miya Ando.
‘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.
Asian Art News
May 8, 2019
Speaking to Nature's seasons.
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.
Lumière sur la Ville
Miya Ando’s work is showcased in a chic Paris apartment designed by Laura Gonzalez.
From Kusama to Turrell, 9 Artists Who Made Perfect Spaces for Meditation
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.
The Gulf Today
Drawing People Together
Writer Muhammad Yusuf reports on Sundaram Tagore Gallery from Art Dubai
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.
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.
Artist Miya Ando on Growing Up and Working Hard
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.
Miya Ando: Woman of Steel
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.
David Lynch Foundation
The David Lynch Foundation, which supports programs that promote transcendental meditation, talks with artist Miya Ando in her New York studio.
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Asian Art News
Miya Ando at Sundaram Tagore Gallery
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.
Steeling the show
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.
Art Radar Asia
Woman of Steel: Miya Ando’s solo debut in Hong Kong
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.
South China Morning Post / 48 Hours
When many layers make light work
In her solo exhibition at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Ando has a selection of her abstract paintings on burnished steel and anodised aluminium.
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.
To Be A Lady: review
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.
Hong Kong Tatler
Miya Ando at Sundaram Tagore Gallery
The up-and-coming New York-based artist exhibits new works in her first Hong Kong solo exhibition.
Tricycle Magazine profiles artist Miya Ando, who talks about her practice, her creative vision, and how her heritage informs into her work.
Miya Ando: The Alchemist from Tricycle on Vimeo.
THE JEWISH DAILY FORWARD
SEARCHING FOR IMPERMANENCE
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.
MIYA ANDO'S BURNISHED METALS AT SUNDARAM TAGORE NEW YORK
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.
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.
Brevity and Light
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.