One decade of Art Fair Tokyo


The 10th edition of Art Fair Tokyo opens in late March and will present contemporary art, antiques and crafts, in addition to the “Artistic Practices” exhibition.

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Gutai artist Kazuo Shiraga’s paintings in dialogue with Satoru Hoshino’s ceramics – in pictures


“Body and Matter” at Dominique Lévy gallery features seminal works by Gutai postwar Japanese artist Kazuo Shiraga and Satoru Hoshino, of avant-garde postwar ceramics group Sōdeisha.

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Delhi gears up for the India Art Fair 2015: What to see, where to be


Art lovers are treated to an exciting collateral events calendar as Delhi gears up for the India Art Fair 2015. Art Radar picks 5 must-go events that should not be missed.

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From uranium glass to salt: Ken + Julia Yonetani address environmental issues through art – interview


Australia-based collaborative couple Ken and Julia Yonetani contemplate environmental and societal issues using challenging media, such as uranium glass and salt, creating thought-provoking installations.

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Non-violence in art across place and time – in pictures


An exhibition at the Menil Collection explores the resonance of Gandhi’s ethics of non-violence in visual art.

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Fashionable alliances: Contemporary dialogues between art and fashion – part 2


The second installment of Art Radar’s three-part art and fashion series looks into the anatomy of a designer-artist collaboration, and brings you 8 unique and exciting partnerships from Asia and Africa.

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“Some Like it Witty”: Japanese artists blend pathos with humour – in pictures


Gallery EXIT presents “Some like it witty”, a group exhibition of twelve artists that revives the ancient Japanese concept of ‘mono no aware’ – pathos – and combines it with gentle humour.

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