Contemporary Asian Ink Art as a Visual Language: Ink Asia 2017, Hong Kong – art fair round-up


The third edition of the fair celebrates the aesthetics of ink art amidst the growing interest among art collectors.

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“Mutable”: ceramic and clay art in India since 1947 at Piramal Museum of Art, Mumbai


This landmark exhibition is one of the first of its kind in the city and is on display at the Piramal Museum of Art until 15 January 2018.

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Inspired by simplicity : British artist Shahida Ahmed – in conversation


Art Radar catches up with Shahida Ahmed to find out more about how her work transcends cultures, faiths and race.

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Splendid imperfection: Dutch artist Bouke de Vries and Chinese porcelain – in conversation


Dutch artist Bouke de Vrie’s solo show at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery in London shines a light on the illustrious history of ceramics in China with a decidedly contemporary twist.

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“Terraoptics”: Indian multimedia artist Vivan Sundaram explores ruins at sepia EYE, New York


Vivan Sundaram’s “Terraoptics” continues along his artistic existing trajectory of using found objects, which are also archival objects, to investigate and explore the possibilities of the archive.

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“Ovid in Exile”: British artist Rachel Kneebone’s first solo show in Asia at White Cube, Hong Kong


The exhibition showcases the artist’s porcelain sculptures and drawings, which explore ideas of metamorphosis, evolution and desire.

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Exploring Buddhist cosmology in ceramics: China’s Geng Xue – artist profile


Art Radar profiles Chinese artist Geng Xue who explores Buddhist cosmology in her latest solo exhibition “Mount Sumeru” at Klein Sun Gallery in New York.

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