“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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Broad Art Museum celebrates Bangladeshi artists Tayeba Begum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman with joint exhibition


Acclaimed Bangladeshi artists Tayeba Begum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman confront gender specific violence and the offshoots of socio-political conflict in their first joint exhibition at the Broad Art Museum.

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Examining ‘race’ in Asia’s migrant domestic workers population: “Afterwork” at Para Site, Hong Kong


Hong Kong’s leading non-profit Para Site launched a new exhibition exploring race as it relates to the lives of migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong and abroad.

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Preview: Art Basel Hong Kong 2016 – 9 booth highlights


The fourth edition of Art Basel Hong Kong will unveil a greater depth and range of art from Asia.

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“Manila: Beyond the Envelope”: 4 American Filipino artists on transnational identity


Manila’s political and economic past inspires American Filipino artists to reconcile their present in an exhibition at San Francisco’s Kearny Street Workshop.

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Identity, memory and the poetics of veil: Iranian artists Sepideh Salehi and Kamran Taherimoghaddam at New York’s Rogue Space Chelsea


Rogue Space Chelsea holds the collaborative exhibition “Strappa: Dialogue and Performance” by Iranian couple Sepideh Salehi and Kamran Taherimoghaddam.

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“The personal is the political”: Indian artist Prajakta Potnis at Mumbai’s Project 88


Indian artist Prajakta Potnis explores trajectories connecting intimate and public worlds, and skteches those topographies influencing relationships in global politics and economics in her latest solo exhibition.

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“The Man Who Clapped for 97 Hours”: Pakistani artist Bani Abidi – interview


Art Radar speaks with Pakistani artist Bani Abidi about politics, absurdity, history and what it means to be a Pakistani female artist.

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