“Berdakwat”: 7 emerging Singaporean ink artists


Art Radar introduces 7 young ink artists presented by Singapore’s Chan Hampe Galleries in August 2016.

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Photo Gallery: “Coriolis Effect: Migration and Memory” at Khoj Studios, New Delhi


“Coriolis Effect: Migration and Memory”, running from 29 to 4 October 2016, brings together the work of seven Indian and African artists as the culmination of their month-long residency at Khoj Studios.

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Opiate of the Masses: “The Kids Want Communism” at MoBY – Museums of Bat Yam, Israel


Consisting of a number of public and private events across multiple sites in Europe, “The Kids Want Communism” waxes poetic about the multiple iterations of communism.

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Photo Gallery: “BHARTI KHER Matter” at Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada


“BHARTI KHER Matter” at Vancouver Art Gallery in Canada is the Indian artist’s first major North American survey to date.

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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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Artist Zai Kuning and Curator June Yap to represent Singapore at Venice Biennale 2017


The announcement for the Singapore Pavilion at the Venice Biennale reveals the proposal for next year’s Venice Biennale as “a culmination of over 20 years of Zai’s research on Malay culture and history in Southeast Asia”.

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Understand, Utilise, Uplift: 3 Southeast Asian Artists presented by Silverlens x ROH Projects, Jakarta


Art Radar profiles three internationally-recognised Southeast Asian artists presented in an exhibition curated by Filipino artist Gary-Ross Pastrana and presented jointly by Silverlens Gallery and ROH Projects in Jakarta.

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African women first: “Lucy’s Iris” at Musée Départmental d’Art Contemporain, Rochechouart


“Lucy’s Iris” considers Lucy’s view of her prodigal daughters who are shaping the landscape of contemporary art practice on the African continent.

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