Subconscious Sewing: Thai painter Narissara Pianwimungsa’s Threadwork – in conversation


Narissara Pianwimungsa explores her transition from painting to embroidery, the parallels between the two art forms, and how this new foray serves as a way to address the artists long time preoccupations.

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Chinese artist Lu Xinjian’s “Infinite Lines” at de Sarthe Gallery, Beijing – in pictures


Contemporary painter Lu Xinjian repurposes images from Google maps to make colourful compositions of well known cities.

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Preview: Singapore Contemporary 2017 art fair highlights


Held in conjunction with Singapore Art Week, the second edition of the Singapore Contemporary art fair will bring together over 90 exhibitors from 20 countries.

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10 young emerging Singaporean artists


Art Radar introduces the 10 emerging Singapore-based artists now showing at Shophouse 5 as part of VADA’s UNTAPPED DISCOVERY 2016.

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Inhabiting multiple spaces: Nigerian-born artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby’s “Portals” at Victoria Miro Gallery, London


On display through 5 November, “Portals” presents the multimedia work of artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby, the 2016 winner of the Prix Canson, with luxurious scenes of everyday life layered with enduring references to Nigerian popular culture, the artist’s personal life and politics.

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“Signs of the Times”: Burmese artist Htein Lin at River Gallery – in conversation


With 20 new works, painter, installation and performance artist Htein Lin explores Myanmar’s changing environment.

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“Metamorphosis”: Chinese new media artist Miao Xiaochun at Klein Sun Gallery – in pictures


Klein Sun Gallery in New York showcases Chinese new media artist Miao Xiaochun’s recent painting and animation.

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10 artists in Bahrain to know now


Bahrain boasts a thriving and vibrant art scene, and its artists and institutional infrastructure reinforce each other to create an artistic community that is rich in contemporary experimentation yet historically grounded.

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