Christie’s Hong Kong autumn auctions: A pan-Asian vision


Christie’s Hong Kong’s autumn auctions for Asian Contemporary, which closed on 24 November, broke new records showing renewed strength in the Asian art market.

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Chinese artist Sun Xun explores facets of history – interview


Sun Xun, one of the youngest and most prolific video artists in China today, talks about his works, his long standing fascination with the rift between official and personal stories of the Cultural Revolution.

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Anxiety in Thailand: Suwit Maprajuab and Peerawayt Krasaesom – in pictures


Amidst political chaos and social turmoil, Whitespace Gallery Bangkok hosts a two-person show of young Thai artists Suwit Maprajuab and Peerawayt Krasaesom addressing the fear and uncertainty gripping the country.

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8 Vietnamese contemporary artists to know now


Art Radar features 8 unique Vietnamese artists whose works are currently being shown at the Ho Chi Minh-based Craig Thomas Gallery as part of their 5th anniversary celebrations.

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Asia looks West – 7 exhibitions to see in June 2014


Art Radar brings you 7 shows exploring the linkages between East and West to see this month of June.

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The V&A’s Islamic art exhibition goes on tour in Russia


London’s Victoria and Albert Museum tours The Jameel Prize 3 shortlist exhibition of Contemporary Islamic Art and Design in Kazan and Moscow, Russia, as part of the UK-Russia Year of Culture 2014.

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