“Readymade”: 9 Bangladeshi artists to know


Art Radar takes a look at the nine Bangladeshi artists in Aicon Gallery’s exhibition “Readymade” in New York.

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“Whisper in My Mask”: Natalie King on the TarraWarra Biennial 2014 in Australia – curator interview


The co-curator of TarraWarra Biennial 2014, Natalie King, talks about masks, ghosts, telepathy, the experimental curatorial platform and her future nocturnal liaisons.

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“I must first apologise…”: Lebanese artist duo investigates internet fraud – in pictures


Lebanese filmmakers and visual artists Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige make no apologies for investigating spam emails and internet fraud in “I Must First Apologise…”, a thought-provoking multimedia exhibition at the Villa Arson in Nice.

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Kabul Art Projects: 6 Afghan artists to know now


Art Radar picks six exciting Afghan artists featured at the German-based Kabul Art Projects.

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Jason Lim’s performance art: From socio-political commentary to poetic meditation – interview


Performance artist Jason Lim who is having a retrospective Gajah Gallery in Singapore from 22 August until 5 September 2014 spoke to Art Radar about his changing art practice and his enduring interest in ceramic art.

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Melbourne Art Fair 2014 makes comeback with new talent and steady sales


After a disappointing 2012 edition of the biennial fair, the 25th edition of the Melbourne Art Fair 2014 reinvented itself to make a solid, promising comeback, with fresh new energy and delivering impressive attendance and satisfactory sales.

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