We’ve been publishing Art Radar since July 2008. With over 1000 stories about contemporary Asian art, we now have a rich archive of material for you to explore. Here are some ideas to help you find stories that interest you.
For keyword searches, it may surprise you to know that we rely on Google to search our own archives. We do have a search box in our sidebar and you can use this but frankly, Google often does it better. Just head to Google and type Art Radar and your keyword into the search field.
You can find links to the stories we’ve published month by month going all the way back to 2008. Each story title is listed in full. This is a useful way to see what’s going on in the art world over time. Explore our archives by date here.
Here we list stories by topic. We cover mediums, artist nationalities, themes, trends and more. For example, if you’re interested in stories about photography or about art in Vietnam, the art market or another topic of interest, you’ll find a collection of stories relating to your area of interest. We probably have too many topics and we’ll be looking at how to simplify this in the near future, but for now, view it as a valuable way of finding relevant stories when you don’t yet know what keywords to search on. Explore our archives by topics here.
From time to time, we gather stories into interesting lists. Sometimes we group them by reader popularity, other times in other ways. Explore our archives by list here.