“Things Lost/Remembering the Future”: South Asian artists at Ganges Art Gallery


Inaugural exhibition at Ganges Art Gallery in Kolkata seeks to spark dialogue through region’s contemporary art practices.

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5 articles by Art Radar Institute students


As Art Radar Institute is recruiting new students for its Course in Art Writing and Journalism 101 this summer, we present you some of our outstanding graduates’ articles from the past 2 years.

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Performance art in Sri Lanka: 4 reasons why it is time to take a look


Performance artist and Art Radar Institute student Godwin Constantine writes about the recent developments of performance art in Sri Lanka.

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The surreal, fantastical world of Sri Lankan artist Sanjeewa Kumara – profile


Art Radar explores the art of Sanjeewa Kumara, who recently joined a handful of select Sri Lankan artists nominated for the prestigious 2014-2015 Sovereign Asian Art Prize.

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Six highlights from India Art Fair’s ‘Art Projects’


A specially curated section at India Art Fair 2015 showcases seminal artists’ works. The India Art Fair (IAF) 2015 features a special section of curated artworks throughout the fair, including site-specific and multimedia installations, interventions and commissioned pieces by some seminal artists … Continue reading

Annoushka Hempel curates Sri Lanka’s untold stories at the Brunei Gallery in London – interview


Curator Annoushka Hempel talks to Art Radar about the contemporary art scene in post-war Sri Lanka and the fresh artists participating in Brunei Gallery’s first Sri Lankan exhibition, “Serendipity Revealed”, from 9 October 2014 to 20 December 2014.

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Ancient temples, architecture and the modern surveillance state: Sri Lankan artists in the Diaspora – interview


Art Radar chats with two Sri Lankan artists on their diasporic experience and how this has influenced their art practice.

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Sri Lankan art comes to London – in pictures


London-based gallery Breese Little hosts back-to-back exhibitions by Sri Lankan artist. Jagath Weerasinghe’s “Decorated” and “Emergency”, which brings together the work of 4 other artists explore Sri Lanka’s identity as influenced by the aftermath of the civil war.

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