National Gallery of Australia gets new director, art space


The National Gallery of Australia makes leadership changes with the appointment of Professor Gerard Vaughan as Director only a month after inaugurating a new space dedicated to contemporary art.

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UK’s largest exhibition of Chinese art at Asia Triennial Manchester – in pictures


Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art’s Jiang Jiehong tells Art Radar about curating shows in 6 venues in Manchester featuring 30 renowned Chinese artists as part of Asia Triennial 2014 themed “Conflict and Compassion”.

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14 curatorial training programmes in Europe


Art Radar lists 14 curatorial programmes in Europe for young and early-career practitioners looking to gain practical experience and theoretical knowledge.

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7 curatorial training programmes in Asia-Pacific


Looking for professional experience and training in curatorship? Art Radar lists 7 curatorial training programmes around Asia-Pacific.

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Russia’s first public library for contemporary art to open in December 2014


Nonprofit art institution Garage Museum of Contemporary Art to open the largest specialised public collection of books on Russian art of the 20th and the 21st centuries.

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Whitney Museum appoints Christopher Y. Lew as associate curator


The Whitney Museum announces the appointment of Christopher Y. Lew as Associate Curator as it continues its expansion agenda.

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What is…digital art? Art Radar explains


Art Radar’s “What is…?” series brings you the basics of digital art: its history and development, the most prominent artists working in the field in Asia and the latest events focusing on the medium.

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