“Bâton Serpent III: Spur Track to the Left”: Chinese artist Huang Yongping at Shanghai’s Power Station of Art


“Bâton Serpent III” addresses encounters with world religions – including references to Islam, Buddhism and Christianity – in grandiose and dramatic installations, markedly carrying Huang Yongping’s distinctive voice.

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Sustaining a fragile environment: Art in Taiwan’s Cheng Long Wetlands


Artists work with the community towards creating a sustainable environment in the Chenglong Wetlands.

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Storytelling with flora: Artist Alexander Lee’s “The Botanist” – in pictures


Hakka-Tahitian artist Alexander Lee’s poetic floral compositions weave the plant motif with personal memory and postcolonial cultural heritage to stimulate rich visual narratives.

Turning from fauna to flora, Alexander Lee’s newest exhibition weaves the plant motif with personal memory and postcolonial cultural heritage to stimulate rich visual narratives.

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Art and social change: How environmental art is transforming a Taiwanese village


Huge site-specific sculptures sit among birds, reeds and muddy water in the Taiwan’s 2013 Cheng-Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project.

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Growing grass for dogs: Curating with Indian artist Jitish Kallat in Melbourne – interview


In an interview with Bala Starr, co-curator of “Jitish Kallat: Circa”, Art Radar gains some insight into how the exhibition came about and what it is like to work with Jitish Kallat.

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