How to start collecting Asian art – Heiner Wemhöner’s tips


Art Radar spoke to longtime German collector Heiner Wemhöner to find out how he got started buying contemporary Asian art, and to hear his tips for would-be collectors and dealers.

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FotoFest 2014 Biennial introduces leading Middle Eastern artists to the US


Wendy Watriss and Karin Adrian von Roques talk about Houston’s FotoFest Biennial, which just launched its 2014 edition with works of 49 artists from the Middle East and North Africa, marking the first time in its twenty years that the Biennial features photography from the region.

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Camilla Hewitson on the Affordable Art Fair and the Hong Kong art market – interview


Art Radar interviews Camilla Hewitson, Director of the Affordable Art Fair in Hong Kong (21-23 March 2014) about the event, why it is different from other fairs, and the development of the art market in Hong Kong.

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Indian artist Nalini Malani talks myth, metaphor and women – interview


Winner of the Fukuoka Arts and Culture Prize 2013, Indian artist Nalini Malani talks to Art Radar about her search for a language that transcends boundaries and being a woman in a man’s world.

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Indian artist Jayasri Burman on mythology and imagination – interview


Indian artist Jayasri Burman talks to Art Radar about her inspiration from mythology and folk art and merging tradition and modernity in her work, which is exhibited in her first solo show in China from 20 – 23 March 2014 at the Hong Kong Arts Centre.

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Johnson Chang on Chinese art past, present and future – interview


Looking back on 30 years in Hong Kong art, Hanart TZ’s Johnson Chang discusses the changes over the decades and his plans for the future.

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In the shadow of war: Photographer Jamal Penjweny on Iraq today – interview


Iraqi photographer and filmmaker Jamal Penjweny speaks to Art Radar about his art projects and the everyday life in Iraq that they portray, a side of the country not often seen in the media.

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