Preview: 3 exhibitions to see at Art After Dark, Gillman Barracks, Singapore


Art Radar selects three must-see exhibitions opening at Art After Dark at Gillman Barracks in Singapore.

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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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Font of identity: Zarina Hashmi at the Tate Modern – video interview


In a short video documentary produced by the Tate Modern in London, Indian-born New York-based Zarina Hashmi discusses her exhibition “Letters from Home” and her use of family letters written in Urdu to express her identity and connections with her past.

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Humour and heresy: Qiu Zhijie’s “Satire” in Beijing


In his solo show at Galleria Continua titled “Satire”, running until 1 December 2013, Qiu Zhijie brings in references to Aristotle, books, ancient calligraphy and mythical beasts through his multimedia work.

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Nomadic paper artist Zarina Hashmi’s concept of home – Guggenheim talk


On 1 March 2013, Indian-born American artist Zarina spoke with Andreas Huyssen at the Guggenheim in New York, about her influences, travels, paper and her notion of home.

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Chinese woodcut artist Yang Hongwei on meditation, materialism and loneliness – interview


In this interview, Chinese artist Yang Hongwei talks to Art Radar about the inspiration behind his work, how his state of mind influences his art and the artistic process behind each piece.

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