“Turning Point: Contemporary Art In China Since 2000” at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum


Launched at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum on 24 July 2016, the exhibition “Turning Point” explores the output of China’s art scene in the new millennium.

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Myth and the imagination: Japanese artist Ryuzo Satake – artist profile


As the world scrambles to make sense of tragedy, Japanese artist Ryuzo Satake believes messages are being sent by paranormal powers and is inspired by Japanese mythology and traditional Japanese aesthetics.

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Inaugural Art Stage Jakarta shows the best of Indonesian art – round-up


Art Radar rounds up key highlights from Indonesia’s first boutique art fair of international format, Art Stage Jakarta.

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Stuck in time and place: emerging artists Alan Kwan and Kenny Wong at Pearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong


Two young Hong Kong artists Alan Kwan and Kenny Wong’s joint exhibition, titled “The Interstitial” at Hong Kong’s Pearl Lam Galleries, uses computational art to narrate a feeling of “stuckness”.

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Sweet repetition: Nepali artist Youdhi Maharjan – artist profile


Art Radar speaks to Nepali artist Youdhi Maharjan’s, as his meditative cut-out collages go on display at Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia.

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Multimedia artist Nep Sidhu’s “Shadows in the Major Seventh” at Surrey Art Gallery


Emerging artist Nep Sidhu’s “Shadows in the Major Seventh” reveals his multimedia practice which yields explorations around the themes of the divine feminine, ancestor veneration and the intersection of myth and history.

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Turning passion into reality: gallerist Kristin Hjellegjerde – interview


Art Radar catches up with London-based gallerist Kristin Hjellegjerde to find out more about her recent entry in the contemporary art scene, her newest projects and musings on art fairs.

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