Curator David Elliott on international contemporary art in the UK – interview


David Elliott talks about “Art from Elsewhere: International Contemporary Art from UK Galleries”, a Hayward Touring exhibition that brings together 70 works by 39 artists from 22 countries.

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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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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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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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Indian artist Shambhavi Kaul’s cartographies of displacement and mutability – interview


Art Radar spoke to Indian experimental filmmaker Shambhavi Kaul who is currently showing at the Jhaveri Contemporary in New Delhi.

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Curating as an art form – Art Reoriented interview


Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath co-founders of Art Reorient talk to Art Radar and explains why they are contemporary art curators.

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Supporting a university art museum in Hong Kong: The vital role of its “Friends” explained – interview


Dominica Yang, Chair of The Friends of the Art Museum CUHK in Hong Kong, tells Art Radar about the multicultural organisation that attempts to bring people to art museums and art museums to people.

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