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I was watching a spiders documentary last night on TV5 and was reminded of the fascinating exhibition we went to last November at Palais de Tokyo. The concept was brilliant and using house spiders in the environment’s eco system to tell many stories in space and time. Tomas Saraceno’s ON AIR brought this whole new cosmos […]

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Two of my favourite buildings in Macau for cultural activities are the Macau Art Museum and the Macau Science Centre – both designed by architect I.M Pei, probably most known for Pyramide du Louvre in Paris to the layman. Both these beautifully designed spaces in Macau seem to be under publicised and somewhat under utilised with the […]

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    One of my favourite pieces at the show by Hong Kong printmaker Tsoi Wai chung “Coffin’Me”. This is Macau’s first Printmaking Triennale organised by the Cultural Affairs Bureau SAR, providing an international printmaking exchange from the artists in the region from over 11 countries. The exhibition is on till February 17, 2013, at […]

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I’m surprised how little coverage there is for one of my favourite Chinese artists, Zhang Huan @ MGM’s One Central Mall in Macau at the Louis Vuitton store. It’s silly getting in the queue just to enter the store to see the exhibition, but seems like LV won’t have it any otherway. So, get in […]

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The Chinese have come a long way in haute couture post communism, a modern day era confidence that is a leap from the glamourous 19320s, 30s Shanghai. The exhibition showcases 200 out of over 5, 000 photographs of lanky, beautiful Chinese models and celebrities shot by international big names, the likes of Patrick Demarchelier, Paolo […]