The New Filipino Natives at Lightbombs, Hong Kong – Zoe Peña interview


Lightbombs Founder and Director Zoe Peña talks to Art Radar about the place of Filipino contemporary art in the international art scene and their latest exhibit “The New Natives”.

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Taiwan’s first ‘Art Bank’ opens in Taichung


Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture inaugurates the Art Bank Programme in Taichung, which aims at promoting young Taiwanese artists through the acquisition, exhibition and renting of their works to other institutions at home and abroad.

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How can galleries make the future brighter? Georgina Adam at Talking Galleries symposium


Georgina Adam, Art Market Editor at Large of The Art Newspaper, along with other prominent art market experts, discusses the current trends in gallery practice as part of the Talking Galleries 2013 symposium.

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Unexpected results reveal hidden trends at Sotheby’s Hong Kong 2014?


Sotheby’s spring sales of Contemporary Asian Art held on 5-6 April 2014 presented unexpected passes and some record sales, uncovering new trends among Chinese collectors right now.

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Top online resources for Korean contemporary art


Independent curator and academic Kate Korroch lists the top online sources on South Korean art to help Korea-curious art lovers to navigate the digital sphere for English-language information.

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“My Country”: Indigenous Australian art in Auckland – in pictures


Auckland Art Gallery in New Zealand to host largest exhibition of Australian aboriginal art that explores the artists’ connection with the land, both current and ancestral.

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