“Between the sky and the earth”: Artistic Director Marc Schmitz on the 4th Land Art Mongolia – in conversation


Art Radar catches up with Artistic Director Marc Schmitz of LAM to talk about this walking museum without walls located in sacred mountains of the Gobi.

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5 international biennials and triennials not to miss around Asia in Fall 2016


Art Radar compiles a list of its articles on biennials and triennials around East and Southeast Asia this Fall.

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Myth and the imagination: Japanese artist Ryuzo Satake – artist profile


As the world scrambles to make sense of tragedy, Japanese artist Ryuzo Satake believes messages are being sent by paranormal powers and is inspired by Japanese mythology and traditional Japanese aesthetics.

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Eros, Life and Death: the photography of Japan’s Nobuyoshi Araki at Musée Guimet, Paris


A major retrospective at Musée Guimet in Paris delineates 50 years of Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki’s career.

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“Tsumari Story”: photographic duo RongRong & inri at Chambers Fine Art, New York – in pictures


The influential husband and wife photographer duo RongRong & inri’s latest solo exhibition is on view at Chambers Fine Art in New York until 20 August 2016.

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“Roppongi Crossing 2016: My Body, Your Voice” at Mori Art Museum, Tokyo


Art Radar looks at the fifth edition of Roppongi Crossing.

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10 highlights from the 20th Biennale of Sydney


The Biennale of Sydney is the longest running exhibitions of its kind after Venice and São Paulo. In its 20th edition, Artistic Director Stephanie Rosenthal from London’s Haywood Gallery presents works by 83 artists under the title the future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed. The title refers to how technology is surpassing expectations of what we could expect in the future; however, these advances, like many resources, are not available to all.

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