Cosmopolis: collective practices at Centre Pompidou, Paris


Through a series of shared encounters – including exhibitions, interventions, performances and exchanges – ‘Cosmopolis’ hopes to create conditions through which social, urban and political questions can be raised.

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Hong Kong artists crowdfunding to bring largest exhibition of Hong Kong art to New York


Groundbreaking project “The 14th Factory” by Simon Birch in collaboration with Chinese and international artists is seeking a further USD300,000 to bring largest exhibition of Hong Kong art to Wall Street in New York.

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“Antiquity-Like Rubbish Research and Development Syndicate”: Taiwanese artist Yeh Wei-Li at Hanart TZ


Taiwanese contemporary artist Yeh Wei-Li’s collaborative project explores the concept of production at Hong Kong-based Hanart TZ Gallery until 5 March 2016.

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5 Highlights from the Asian Art Biennial 2015


The 5th Asian Art Biennial at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA) themed “Artist Making Movement” demonstrates how art can also affect social change.

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5 artists to know from the Vietnamese Young Artists Association


Art Radar explores the history of the Vietnamese Young Artists Association (VYAA), established in November 1966 and disbanded in 1975, and introduces five of its influential members still active today.

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Lemon trees and sustainable oceans: Taiwan’s ecological art revolution


Why are Taiwanese artists pioneering so many socially and environmentally engaged projects? Art Radar investigates the trend, spotlighting two exhibitions of 12 quietly revolutionary projects that dynamically engage with social and environmental concerns.  From 3 July to 6 September 2015 the … Continue reading

Japan’s Koki Tanaka named Deutsche Bank Artist of the Year 2015


Japan-born artist Koki Tanaka who magically transform matters of the everyday into fantastic events is named 2015 Artist of the Year by Deutsche Bank in the sixth iteration of the annual prize.

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Re-imagining the future with Filipino artist Mark Salvatus – interview


Filipino artist Mark Salvatus, known for his site-specific interventions and ingenious use of materials, talks to Art Radar about his practice and his view of contemporary art in the Philippines.

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