Knot alone: the “Imaginary Friends” of Afghanistan’s Jeanno Gaussi – artist profile


A marriage of found objects and 13th century knotting technique populate Jeanno Gaussi’s labour-intensive series “Imaginary Friends”.

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11 national pavilions and exhibitions to see at the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017


Art Radar gives you a selection of must-see national presentations at the 57th Venice Biennale.

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10 Highlights from the inaugural Kathmandu Triennale 2017


The inaugural Kathmandu Triennale explores the theme of “city”.

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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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Photo Gallery: Indian artist Shelly Jyoti’s “Khadi March” at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi


Delhi artist Shelly Jyoti, known for her textile-based installations, presents her newest series dedicated to the lives of spinners, weavers and traditional artisans. Shelly Jyoti revisits Gandhian philosophies through multimedia artworks using khadi textile, ajrakh printing and kantha embroidery to … Continue reading

5 Northeast Indian artists to watch


Art Radar profiles five Northeast Indian artists and art collectives who are forging a new artistic language for expressing the history, politics and dynamism of contemporary Northeast India.

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ArtPrize 2014 winner Anila Quayyum Agha explores hybridity through art


Art Radar looks at the recent works by Pakistani-born US-based Anila Quayyum Agha, including installation titled “Intersections” which won both Grand Prizes at ArtPrize 2014.

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Writer Steven Pettifor talks about the old and the new in Thai contemporary art – Art Radar interview


THAI ART BOOK WRITER INTERVIEW Thailand has long had a small but very vibrant contemporary art scene. Compared with its recently-flourishing neighbours, however, contemporary Thai art hasn’t been getting much attention. Little has been written about it. Back in 2003, … Continue reading