Preview: Mamut Art Project 2017, Istanbul


Mamut Art Project’s 5th edition gathers emerging art practices in Turkey. Mamut Art Project returns to Istanbul for its 5th edition from 26 to 30 April 2017. Art Radar picks a few highlights. Mamut Art Project provides an important platform for up-and-coming creative … Continue reading

Filipino artist Pio Abad explores political “Counternarratives” at Silverlens Gallery


Artist Pio Abad brings up the archive of resistance to the Marcos dictatorship in the Phillipines following the recent burial of the dictator.

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Painting the conceptual: David Diao’s major retrospective at UCCA in Beijing – interview


Art Radar speaks to acclaimed New York-based artist David Diao as his major retrospective opens at Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, presenting the most complete collection of the artist’s work to date.

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“First Look” at the Asian Art Museum reveals a strategy of expansion


San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum unveils its growing contemporary art collection.

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Abulnasser Gharem’s “Al Sahwa” in Dubai – in pictures


Ayyam Gallery hosts Abdulnasser Gharem’s first solo show “Al Shawa”, which explores symbols, images and events in the recent history of the Islamic world.

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What does it mean to be Iranian? Artists pose the question – in pictures


Exhibit at the School of Oriental and African Studies’ Brunei Gallery representing the works of 25 contemporary Iranian artists question the idea of authentic and singular ‘Iranianness’.

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Holiday gifts for art lovers: Artworks on Art Radar’s wish list


Art Radar lists 8 collectable artworks, including works by Aisha Khalid, Wang Keping and Anida Yoeu Ali that could make the perfect gift for art lovers this holiday season.

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Thai artist combines Japanese cartoons with traditional Thai motifs – Bangkok Post


Design becomes contemporary visual art at the hands of emerging Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai, who is inspired by Japanese manga and traditional Thai motifs.

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