“Political Acts: Pioneers of Performance Art in Southeast Asia” at the Arts Centre Melbourne


Art Radar takes a closer look at some of the participating performance artists and their practice in “Political Acts: Pioneers of Performance Art in Southeast Asia”.

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Transformative traditions: Dana Langlois and Reaksmey Yean of Cambodia’s JavaArts – in conversation


Java Café and Gallery founder Dana Langlois and Curator for Creative Programmes Reaksmey Yean speaks with Art Radar about their inception nearly two decades on and its ever-evolving future projects.

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“Elemental” by Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich at H Gallery Bangkok


Since returning to his homeland in 2002, Sopheap Pich has created a delicate yet intricate style in his sculptural works.

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Painting Romantic Australian landscapes: Cambodian-born artist Sokquon Tran – in pictures


Cambodian painter Sokquon Tran merges the Australian landscape with the German Romantic tradition.

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“Histories of the Future” at Phnom Penh’s National Museum of Cambodia


Contemporary Khmer artists are on display in renowned museum for the first time in the venue’s history.

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Asia in the spotlight: The Prudential Eye Awards 2016


The prestigious event honours well-deserving names from across Greater Asia in 10 diverse categories. Now in its third edition, the Prudential Eye Awards for Contemporary Asian Art bears witness to the rising quality of Asian art.  The Prudential Eye Awards 2016 was held at the Sands … Continue reading

Inter-generational project reveals complexities of Cambodian diaspora: Pete Pin – interview


Art Radar speaks with Cambodian American photographer Pete Pin to learn more about how he uses participatory photography with the Khmer diaspora to reach out and repair lines of communication broken through trauma.

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8 highlights from the 8th Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art


The 8th Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8) at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) in Brisbane, Australia features more than 80 artists from over 30 countries.

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