"Surveillance technology strives for that same ability to look at something from above as Zeus throwing lightning bolts—how to emulate what we understand as the deity; how to put ourselves there." 

     Andrew Luk at de Sarthe Gallery, Ocula

"Speakers considered the various motivations behind heritage conservation and renewed conversations about the repatriation of looted objects, including who decides what remains and what is let go." 

     Report on the sixth annual Para Site International Conference, Ocula

"Take for example the recent influx of hyper-professionalised, international blue-chip galleries that tend to deal in canonical luxury objects at the exclusion of local or lesser-known art." 

     Feature on the opening of BedroomArtomity 

"Is this the history that Hong Kong people want painstakingly and expensively preserved?" 

     Feature on the opening of Tai Kwun, Artomity

"In the paintings, his models lounge, smoke or stare with their bellies and breasts out; they appear post-coitus, bored, reading or asleep—intimate poses that reveal the long exchange between artist and sitter." 

      Profile of Wang Yuping, ArtAsiaPacific

"Before there were Instagram selfies with fanned-out cash, there were oil paintings of prized horses and plump naked women." 

     Profile of Andy Dixon, LEEN Mag

"It also represents an issue that the art world has failed to tackle, how to unravel its exclusivity to be inconclusive of a great portion of society who increasingly feel unheard and unimportant." 

     Report from Paris, Ocula 

"Otherwise, the binoculars can only be used 
to enhance the view of what is already close. 
The bell on the church (due to age, in disuse), 
the branches of the one shrub in four 
that's so far been pruned
the boys with their motorbikes, leaning against 
the cool, white statue in the centre of town." 

     Elmo's House Artist Residency 

"The Triennale's tagline, 'Art thrives here', seems entirely appropriate in the post-quake context. Have we lost sight of where art can be most important?

     Report from the first Kathmandhu Triennale, Ocula

"The bored and disinterested looks on the faces of the gallerists who are forced to interact with regular people reflect the true attitude of this art world: money talks, and there’s likely no place more privy to such elitism than here."

     Report from London, Ocula