Seeing a world in a wild flower, a Buddha in a leaf: Xiaoyi Chen on the sublime and philosophy – interview


On the occasion of her exhibition at Rome-based Matèria Gallery, Chinese artist Xiaoyi Chen talks about her work, which merges western with oriental schools of thought exploring the sublime, beautiful and infinite.

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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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Care, insight and connectivity: Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes curates Noah Davis and Kahlil Joseph at the Frye Art Museum – interview


“Young Blood: Noah Davis, Kahlil Joseph, The Underground Museum” celebrates the work of painter Noah Davis, filmmaker Kahlil Joseph and The Underground Museum, conceived to bring art to the residents of a community not served by the city’s already existing arts institutions.

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Measuring the human impact on the land: Mumbai artist Hemali Bhuta – interview


Mumbai based artist Hemali Bhuta talks to Art Radar about her recently closed exhibition “Measure of a foot” at Project 88 while taking this occasion to expand on her deeply matter-oriented research.

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Reframing Modernism at the National Gallery Singapore: curator Lisa Horikawa – interview


National Gallery Singapore’s latest show “Reframing Modernism” is a jointly curated endeavour with Paris-based Centre Pompidou, exhibiting over 200 works from 48 modern artists from Southeast Asia and Europe.

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“Asian Art Show 2016”: NON Berlin as a hub for contemporary Asian art in Europe – interview


Art Radar interviews Ido Shin and Nayeon Kim from NON Berlin to learn more about their marathon-like series “Asian Art Show 2016”.

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“A sliver of history”: Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi and Suheyla Takesh on Barjeel Art Foundation – interview


“Publicly accessible” collection examines socio-political themes amidst turbulent times. Art Radar speaks with Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi and curator Suheyla Takesh to learn the story behind the Barjeel Art Foundation’s most “iconic” masterpiece and one of the organisation’s most recent acquisitions.  The Barjeel … Continue reading

Re-writing History and Shifting Dioramas: Singaporean artist Green Zeng – in conversation


Photographed weeks prior to the 2015 Jubilee celebration, Green Zeng’s photos of Singapore’s electoral constituencies run parallel to the country’s ongoing understanding and negotiation of its identity.

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