Re-collecting memories: Fiona Tan – artist profile


Personal narratives and collective memories interweave in Fiona Tan’s mesmerising visual journeys.

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The puppeteer: Wael Shawky’s ‘Cabaret Crusades’ and other stories at the Mathaf and MoMA PS1


Egyptian artist Wael Shawky opens up a dialogue on religion and history with two major exhibitions in the Arab and Western worlds, on view at Mathaf and MoMA PS1 this summer.

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Art Radar’s top 10 booths to visit at Art Basel Hong Kong 2015


As Art Basel Hong Kong has finally opened its doors, Art Radar picks top 10 booths to visit at this year’s edition.

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Crude oil and glass coffins: Taiwanese artist Shih Hsiung Chou in London – in pictures


Taiwanese artist Shih Hsiung Chou reinterprets the art of painting with crude oil, glass and perspex in “Wait Until It Dries”, his new solo exhibition at Encounter Contemporary in London.

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From uranium glass to salt: Ken + Julia Yonetani address environmental issues through art – interview


Australia-based collaborative couple Ken and Julia Yonetani contemplate environmental and societal issues using challenging media, such as uranium glass and salt, creating thought-provoking installations.

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Chinese painter Xia Xiaowan travels to the third dimension – Schoeni video interview


Xia Xiaowan talks to Hong Kong’s Schoeni Gallery about his artistic development and experimentation with glass painting in this video interview, part of the Schoeni video series.

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First Korean solo exhibition for Kohei Nawa at Arario Gallery – picture feast


Arario Gallery is currently hosting Japanese contemporary artist Kohei Nawa’s first solo exhibition in Korea, held jointly at their Cheonan and Seoul Cheongdam art spaces.

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