Five Artists in the News: Anselm Kiefer Heads to Kyoto, See Damien Hirst on Netflix and Xin Liu Wins the First K11 Prize

3 min read  ·  26 Mar 2024

Anselm Kiefer's largest show in Asia is due to be presented in Kyoto's historic Nijo Castle in 2025. Image courtesy Japan guide.

Anselm Kiefer's largest show in Asia is due to be presented in Kyoto's historic Nijo Castle in 2025. Image courtesy Japan guide.

Works by Allison Katz at Antenna Space leads Hypebeast’s pick of “must-see” booths at Art Basel Hong Kong, which opens to VIP collectors today.

Anselm Kiefer's largest exhibition in Asia so far will coincide with Expo Osaka 2025. The German artist’s sculptures and paintings will be presented in nearby Kyoto’s historic Nijo Castle. Martin Cid.

“NTF:WTF?,” a documentary that features Damien Hirst talking about "The Currency", has been acquired by Netflix for the UK, Variety reports.

Andy Warhol’s screenprint of Mike Jagger was the star lot at Bonhams 'British. Cool.' auction, although a Banksy was bought-in. For more on the sale, which totaled $1.68m, see HENI News.

Xin Liu, a Chinese artist based in London, has won the inaugural K11 prize. Established by Adrien Cheng's K11 Foundation, it offers an emerging Asian artist international visibility, FAD reports.