“An Atlas of Mirrors”: the Singapore Biennale 2016


The Singapore Art Museum recently announced the theme for the 5th edition of its biennial exhibition, “An Atlas of Mirrors”, which will run from 28 October 2016 to 26 February 2017.

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The India Art Fair 2016 scorecard: spotlighting India’s great artists


Art Radar explores who faired well and what’s to learn at India Art Fair 2016.

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Transforming materiality: Jane Lee at Singapore Tyler Print Institute


Following a residency by the artist at Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI), the creative workshop and gallery opened a solo exhibition of the work of young Singapore artist Jane Lee on 17 January 2016. The show entitled “Freely, Freely” runs until 5 March.

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16 Algerian contemporary artists to know now


Contemporary artists residing in Algeria and abroad look beyond its colonial past to uncover new ground. Algeria’s long history of colonialism and conquest provides complex narratives and fertile ground for contemporary artists who push the boundaries between tradition and modernity, … Continue reading

Top 10 exhibitions on Art Radar in 2015


Art Radar rounds up the top 10 articles on exhibitions in 2015. Another eventful year in art is about to come to a close. Here is a list of the most clicked and read articles on exhibitions of contemporary art … Continue reading

A decade of dslcollection: Sylvain Levy on collecting Chinese art – interview


Ten year old dslcollection marks its anniversary with a specially curated book acknowledging the vast contribution of contemporary Chinese art. Sylvain and Dominique Levy, collectors of contemporary Chinese art for the past thirty years, reimagine the now ten year old dslcollection … Continue reading

Stylisation and synthesis: Pakistan’s Irfan Hasan – artist profile


Art Radar profiles Pakistani artist Irfan Hasan, who ‘explores the boundaries of form and content’ in his watercolour paintings, drawing on inspiration from Europe’s Renaissance and Neoclassical masters and Indo-Persian miniaturists

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