Lebanese artist Rana Hamadeh wins Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2017


Visual and performance artist Rana Hamadeh is unanimously selected as the recipient of the Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2017.

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Art jobs and opportunities | Production Assistant Manager at The NTU CCA Singapore, Call for Exhibition Applications (funded) at das weisse haus… and more


Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is an archive of openings in the visual art world.  Whether you are an artist or an aspiring curator, a market analyst or a scholar, Art Radar Opportunities has listings that will pique your interest. Every week … Continue reading

Rana Begum wins Abraaj Group Art Prize 2017


The Abraaj Group announces an all women line up of winning artists and the curator for 2017 Abraaj Group Art Prize.

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Art collecting in the corporate world: 5 top Art Radar posts


This addition to the Art Radar ‘Lists’ series takes a look at five of our best posts on art collecting in the corporate world.

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ART HK 11 Hong Kong art fair: ART HK confirms 2012 edition to be held in May


In the latest press release from ART HK 11, sent out on 31 May 2011, organisers announce that the 2012 edition of the fair will be held in May rather than February.

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Fine art funds trends today – ArtInsight panel talk summary


ArtInsight’s second global art market seminar for 2011 discusses what makes for a successful art fund and whether art can be an asset class.

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Philippine Ateneo Art Gallery celebrates 50 years with exhibition and art fund


Philippine university art museum Ateneo Art Gallery has turned fifty. The gallery began in as a collection of paintings donated by multimillionaire heir, philanthropist and educator Fernando Zobel de Ayala, himself a painter. Today, it is busy inaugurating extended gallery space and setting up contemporary art acquisition and endowment funds.

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Curator Valerie Doran on ‘Hope and Glory’ and challenges for Hong Kong art world – interview


HONG KONG CURATOR INTERVIEW For a place that has been repeatedly touted as a cultural desert, Hong Kong has managed to attract arts practitioners from many walks of life who are dedicated to working with the challenging realities present within … Continue reading