Frieze New York 2014: 5 Asian galleries on their fair experience


Five galleries based in Asia speak to Art Radar about exhibiting at Frieze’s third edition in New York. Frieze Art Fair held its third edition at Randall’s Island Park, New York, from 9 to 12 May 2014. This edition featured … Continue reading

Iranian artist Shirin Neshat on art, politics and changing the world – interview


Iranian-born, self-proclaimed nomadic artist Shirin Neshat talks about the cultural, gendered and political aspects of her critically acclaimed works, including her current exhibition Our House Is on Fire, part of the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s new One-to-One artist initiative.

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War, art and the Lebanese space race: Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige – Guggenheim talk


Lebanese artist duo Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige discuss their works in relation to their country’s history and the impact of its civil war at Guggenheim New York, in conjunction with their exhibition “Lasting Images”.

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More than a museum: Doryun Chong on Hong Kong’s M+ – interview


The future M+ Museum’s chief curator, Doryun Chong talks to Art Radar about his curatorial vision and aim to turn the 2018-slated building into a global museum located in Hong Kong.

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Deep breaths with Kimsooja at the 55th Venice Biennale’s South Korean Pavilion – interview


“I tried to transform the entire pavilion into ‘a breathing bottari of light and sound’, ‘darkness and soundlessness’ that inhales and exhales; as if the architecture itself were my body”- Kimsooja talks to Art Radar about her latest work, “To Breathe: Bottari”, currently exhibited at the Korean Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale.

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