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South-east Asian art gains traction globally

Art Stage Singapore 2015 is set to showcase the finest in South-east Asian art, as well as Russian and video art

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Indian artist Paresh Maity's Mystic Abode made of 8,000 brass bells is one of the large sculptural highlights of the fair. Other large artworks will include those by Turner Prize-winning duo Gilbert & George, Singapore's Suzann Victor, Colombia's Fernando Botero and Indonesia's Titarubi.

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Indonesian artist Agan Harahap's Mardijker Photo Studio, to be featured in the Southeast Asian Platform, poses questions on the historical narratives of cultural assimilation

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Singapore artist Chong Weixin conflates the digital and the organic in her series of photographs titled Exponential Taxonomies

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SOUTH-EAST Asian art is catching the eye of the world and Art Stage Singapore is partly responsible for that. So says Lorenzo Rudolf, the founder and fair director of Art Stage Singapore, the country's biggest and more prestigious art fair.

"We have a momentum. Europe,

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