As we look forward to all the exciting arts events coming up in 2016, The Artling has rounded up some of our top picks for exhibitions that featured Asian artists in 2015.
6 February - 4 May 2015
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA
The first full retrospective of conceptual artist On Kawara's work, beginning in 1964 and spanning across various media, was presented at the Guggenheim, over 40 years after the artist's paintings were first shown at the museum in 1971.
27 March - 17 May 2015
Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
A major exhibition, curated by Khairuddin Hori, exploring the ideas and practices in Southeast Asian contemporary art with over 40 works from artists from the region.
9 May - 22 November 2015
It's hard to choose our favourites from Okwui Enwezor's "All the World's Futures" Venice Biennale, which had 90 participating nations with works by over 130 artists. That's not even including the satellite events, like the Dansaekhwa show at the Palazzo Contarini-Polignac, and Sundaram Tagore's "Frontiers Reimagined" at the Museo di Palazzo Grimani!
26 May - 13 September 2015
Echigo Tsumari, Niigata, Japan
The 6th Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale built upon the legacy of the over 200 artworks that have been created and accumulated from previous triennales, over the past 20 years.
9 June - 1 November 2015
Palace of Versailles, France
Six monumental works by British artist Anish Kapoor were presented at the gardens of the Palace of Versailles and inside the Jeu de Paume Hall.
5 September - 1 November 2015
For the 14th edition of the Istanbul Biennial, over 80 participating artists had works spread out across the biennial's 36 venues in the Turkish city.
19 September - 13 December 2015
Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
One of the most anticipated exhibitions of the year, Ai Weiwei's solo show at the Royal Academy of Arts did not disappoint with some of the artist's most iconic works on display.
25 September 2015 - 10 January 2016
Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
MOCA Cleveland presents a survey of recent work by internationally-renowned Korean artist Do Ho Suh, including Suh's large-scale fabric installations of his childhood home and his apartment in New York.
2 October - 2 May 2016
In Singapore's Golden Jubilee year, the Singapore Art Museum commissioned five of Singapore's most-acclaimed artists to respond to the five stars on the Singapore flag, representing universal humanist values.
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