Chinese artist Li Hongbo wins the 2017 Sovereign Asian Art Prize


Beijing-based Li Hongbo, winner of the 2017 Sovereign Asian Art Prize, explores the possibilities of materials through his paper and metal sculptures and installations.

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Heavy metal: repoussé synthesis innovator Maureen Drdak – in conversation


Art Radar speaks to American artist Maureen Drdak, who brings a centuries-old technique that she learned from a Nepali master to life, with a surprising modern-day twist.

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“Of Absence and Weight”: Pakistani-born artist Seher Shah at Nature Morte, New Delhi


Seher Shah works with drawing, printmaking and sculpture, exploring a range of processes that draw on her background in art and architecture.

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Palestinian artist Khaled Jarrar’s “Castles Built from Sand Will Fall” at Ayyam Gallery, Dubai


Solo exhibition “Castles Built from Sand Will Fall” explores the dissident, critical and therapeutic art practice of Palestinian artist Khaled Jarrar.

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Photo Gallery: Bangladeshi artist Arham ul Huq Chowdhury’s scrap metal sculptures


On show at Alliance Française in Dhaka, “Hard Emotions” features Bangladeshi artist Arham ul Huq Chowdhury’s latest series of scrap metal sculptures for charity.

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Stories and thoughts about Nothing special: Tsang Kin-Wah at M+ Pavilion, Hong Kong


Hong Kong artist Tsang Kin-Wah’s “Nothing” at the newly opened M+ Pavilion is an expansion of “The Infinite Nothing”, the artist’s solo presentation for Hong Kong at the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015.

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Navigating Nameless Seas: 11 Asian artists in “Odyssey” at Singapore Art Museum


The latest Singapore Art Museum group exhibition conjures stories of journeys at sea seen through the eyes of some among the most inspirational artists working in the Asia-Pacific region today.

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Lebanese artist duo Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige at Jeu de Paume, Paris


In “Se souvenir de la lumière” Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige investigate temporality, the construction of history and imagination, and the ways in which images persist despite the oppression of violence and war.

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