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Ranbir Kaleka's three-screen video installation, House of Opaque Water, is beautifully shot.
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Arin Rungjang's Golden Teardrop sculpture (above) and Choe U-Ram's Custos Cavum (Guardian of the Hole) animatronic sculpture are among the highlights
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Arin Rungjang's Golden Teardrop sculpture and Choe U-Ram's Custos Cavum (Guardian of the Hole) animatronic sculpture (above) are among the highlights
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Genevieve Chua's Cicadas 1 (above) and Donna Ong's Letters From the Forest; the artists have been nominated for Drawing and Installation respectively
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Genevieve Chua's Cicadas 1 and Donna Ong's Letters From the Forest (above); the artists have been nominated for Drawing and Installation respectively
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Sherman Ong's Hanoi Haiku; the video and photography artist feels that photography has an important function in 'augmenting a moment that the moving image (or film) tries to make invisible'
VISUAL ARTS

Two art prizes bring out Asia-Pacific's best

The APB Foundation Signature Art Prize and the Prudential Eye Awards drew nominations from around the region. Some of the finalists' works are simply stunning.
Nov 14, 2014 5:50 AM

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ART PRIZE 2014

IT DOES seem that large-scale multimedia installations are the reigning trend in the art world, judging by the works of the 15 finalists of the Asia Pacific