Time, nationhood, resistance: Larissa Sansour’s latest film “In The Future They Ate From The Finest Porcelain” – interview

Art Radar interviews Bethlehem-born, London-based interdisciplinary artist Larissa Sansour about her new exhibition at Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai, which includes her latest film work, In The Future They Ate From The Finest Porcelain. He work merges film, installation and photography and mixes past and present, history and myth in a narrative reclaiming Palestinian nationhood.

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Contextualising Contemporary South Asian art: Diana Campbell Betancourt on Dhaka Art Summit 2016 – interview

Chief Curator Diana Campbell Betancourt speaks to Art Radar about the third edition of Dhaka Art Summit.

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Introducing SinArts: Alex Lebbink on Belgium’s new Chinese contemporary art platform – interview

Art Radar visits Brussels’ newest Chinese contemporary art platform SinArts Space and interview its founder and curator Alex Lebbink.

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“The world is our home. A poem on abstraction”: Para Site’s Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero – interview

Art Radar interviews Para Site curators Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero about their new show “The world is our home. A poem on abstraction” which continues until 6 March 2016.

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International Director Zain Masud on India Art Fair 2016 – interview

Art Radar speaks to this year’s India Art Fair International Director Zain Masud, shortly before the launch of the eighth edition of the fair. It is due to launch with a renewed set of initiatives, exhibitors and artists depicting the cultural diversity of the South Asian arts scene on 28 January 2016.

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A decade of dslcollection: Sylvain Levy on collecting Chinese art – interview

Ten year old dslcollection marks its anniversary with a specially curated book acknowledging the vast contribution of contemporary Chinese art. Sylvain and Dominique Levy, collectors of contemporary Chinese art for the past thirty years, reimagine the now ten year old dslcollection … Continue reading

“Familiar Otherness: Art Across Northeast Asia”: Chinese curator Huang Du – interview

Huang Du fills the Hong Kong Arts Centre with vibrant exhibition “Familiar Otherness: Art Across Northeast Asia” that traces the cultural collisions of Northeast Asia.

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