“NERIRI KIRURU HARARA”: SeMA Biennale Mediacity Seoul 2016


SeMA Biennale Mediacity Seoul 2016 runs until 20 November at Seosomun Seoul Museum of Art, Nam-Seoul Living Arts Museum and Buk-Seoul Museum of Art.

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Food for Art, Food for Thought: “SNACKS” at Shanghai’s Power Station of Art


“SNACKS” launched on 16 July and will run until 16 October 2016 and features 38 international artists, who are all connected by their involvement with the artist-designed magazine SNACKS.

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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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Reframing Modernism at the National Gallery Singapore: curator Lisa Horikawa – interview


National Gallery Singapore’s latest show “Reframing Modernism” is a jointly curated endeavour with Paris-based Centre Pompidou, exhibiting over 200 works from 48 modern artists from Southeast Asia and Europe.

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Jameel Prize 4 announces shortlisted artists


London’s V&A has announced its shortlist of 11 artists and designers for the upcoming Jameel Prize 2016, which will be launched in June at the Pera Museum in Istanbul.

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“The world is our home. A poem on abstraction”: Para Site’s Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero – interview


Art Radar interviews Para Site curators Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero about their new show “The world is our home. A poem on abstraction” which continues until 6 March 2016.

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The growing presence of Brazilian art in the Middle East: Solange Farkas – curator interview


Art Radar speaks to Solange Farkas, Founder and Director of Associação Cultural Videobrasil, about the growing international interest in Brazilian art and the fundamental exchange between artists in Latin America, the Middle East and North Africa.

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Brazilian Ricardo O’Nascimento combines sound and textile in Taiwan artist residency


Brazilian new media artist Ricardo O’Nascimento was artist in residence at the Taipei Artist Village from May to June 2011. Read about how the city influenced his art.

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