10 amazing artworks at Frieze London 2014


As the 12th edition of Frieze London comes underway, Art Radar picks 10 art pieces hailing from Asia.

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Think global, ‘art’ local: Curators discuss contemporary curatorial practice – conference


Eminent international curators discuss the role of art and curating in Asia in the radio show “Urgency and Relevance: A Curatorial Perspective”, aired on Clocktower Productions on 5 May 2014 as part of the series “Dialogues in Asian Contemporary Art”.

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Central Asia in focus at Art Dubai: Marker 2014 – in pictures


The Marker section of Art Dubai 2014 (at Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, from 19 to 22 March 2014) featured art from Central Asia and the Caucasus region, curated by the art collective Slavs and Tatars.

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6 of the best street art projects in Asia-Pacific right now


Six exciting street art projects in Asia-Pacific and Middle East, hand-picked by Art Radar.

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A catalyst for growth in the Middle East: Director Antonia Carver on Art Dubai 2014 – interview


Art Dubai Director Antonia Carver talks to Art Radar about the fair, its significance in the region and in the world, and how it’s actively supporting cultural development.

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First time for Afghanistani, Kyrgyz and Iraqi artists in Sovereign Asian Art Prize finalist line-up


Thirty finalists have been chosen from over four hundred nominees from all over Asia Pacific for the 2010 Sovereign Asian Art Prize. For the first time ever the list includes works from Afghanistan, Kyrgyztan and Iraq. In another first, the Sovereign Art Foundation will hold a major fundraising event in Singapore, selecting twenty of the best works by Singaporean artists to be sold at a special auction dinner. Art Radar lists five of the finalists.

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Curators announced for Central Asian Pavillion, 54th Venice Biennial


VENICE BIENNIAL CENTRAL ASIAN PAVILLION ART CURATORS How and with whom does the contemporary art of Central Asia communicate? To whom is it addressed? In which language does it speak? Does it use a lingua franca, the language of most … Continue reading