Destination Singapore: Art fairs head to the Southeast


More international art platforms turn to Singapore to establish a foothold in South East Asia. Art Radar talks to the directors of MIA&D and Singapore Art Fair, as well as the curator of the Lebanon Pavillion of the Singapore Art Fair about what the city-state has to offer.

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Shanghai: A September of art fairs


Shanghai hosts four art fairs in four weeks in September 2014.

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PRŌTOCOLLUM: An artists’ journal for contemporary non-Western art


A new groundbreaking artists’ journal gives an authentic voice to non-Western artists and collectives.  Berlin-based publishing house Dickersbach Kunstverlag’s unique artists’ journal presents an unedited survey of contemporary non-Western art.  PRŌTOCOLLUM, a new artists’ journal by Berlin-based Dickersbach Kunstverlag, launched on … Continue reading

Hong Kong autumn auctions set new world records – sales round up


Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Poly Auction and China Guardian all had major auction sales from 4 to 9 October 2014 that, despite Hong Kong’s Occupy protests immobilising the city’s main arteries, registered attendance and bidding momentum setting new world records for Asian contemporary artists.

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6 unique art magazines where you can find Asian contemporary art – resource alert


From ceramics, performance and graffiti to photography and collage, Art Radar looks at six specialised art magazines that include Asian contemporary art.

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Asia Contemporary Art Show 2014 in Hong Kong closes on high note despite protests


Asia Contemporary Art Show registers satisfactory sales amidst chaos in Hong Kong.

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