Tumbling towards the mainstream in Kathmandu: interview with artist Kurchi Dasgupta


Art Radar interviews Nepal-based Indian artist, Kurchi Dasgupta, about how globalisation is affecting Nepalese contemporary art scene.

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6 Kuwaiti performance artists to know


Art Radar profiles 5 Kuwaiti artists who participated at the Contemporary Art Platform in May 2014.

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Taiwanese artist Yi-Chun Lo talks bananas and economics – interview


Emerging Taiwanese artist Yi-Chun Lo uses banana peels to engage with issues as diverse as welfare strikes, Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution and the historical exploitation of banana plantation workers.

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When Bangkok meets Phnom Penh, ‘un-compared’ – in pictures


Thai and Cambodian artists explore and uncover unpredictable links between each others art practice in “Rates of Exchange, Un-Compared”. The works are on show at H Gallery in Bangkok and will travel to SA SA BASSAC gallery in Phnom Penh in January 2015.

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4 young Filipino artists participate in Manila’s Artery Mentorship Program


Art Radar profiles 4 young Filipino artists participating in Artery Art Space’s Mentorship Program (AMP), which gives them an opportunity to learn from prominent figures in the country’s art scene.

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Turkey’s art market highlight of the year: Contemporary Istanbul 2014


Art Radar brings you the highlights from the recent Contemporary Istanbul. The 9th edition of the fair brought 108 galleries both local and from abroad and 520 artists from over 23 countries.

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Chinese artist Sun Xun explores facets of history – interview


Sun Xun, one of the youngest and most prolific video artists in China today, talks about his works, his long standing fascination with the rift between official and personal stories of the Cultural Revolution.

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