11 national pavilions and exhibitions to see at the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017


Art Radar gives you a selection of must-see national presentations at the 57th Venice Biennale.

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7 art books for Christmas 2016


Top picks in 2016 contemporary art publishing: the holiday season list.

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‘Wang Zhiyuan: Bigger, Better, and Cheaper’ by Skira Editore – book promotion


Wang Zhiyuan: Bigger, Better, and Cheaper, published by Skira Editore, Milan presents the oeuvre of the Chinese artist, with an essay by Rosa Maria Falvo providing an interesting glimpse into the life and work of the artist.

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The body and its emotions: Israeli artist Tamar Ettun’s “The Yellow Who Wants” at Uppsala Art Museum


Israeli artist Tamar Ettun opens her first solo exhibition in Sweden is a discourse between sculpture and performance that examines the body’s relationship to every day objects and by extension the world around us.

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Austrian artist collective Gelitin: changing perspectives at Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong


Art Radar speaks to Austrian art collective Gelitin, on the occasion of their survey exhibition at Galerie Perrotin in Hong Kong.

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“Fear”: new works by Thai artist Manit Sriwanichpoom at Yavuz Gallery, Singapore


Manit Sriwanichpoom’s new show “Fear” exhibits selected pieces from ten new photography series, alongside two video works, inspired by transfers of power, protests, restrictions on freedoms to critique the monarchy.

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3 contemporary Pacific art exhibitions on show at the National Gallery of Victoria


Combining to produce an in depth exploration of Pacific art and culture, the National Gallery of Victoria, New Zealand is exhibiting three simultaneous exhibitions by Samoan-born Greg Semu, Maori/New Zealand artist Lisa Reihana and long-term collaborators Maori/New Zealand artist Robin White and Tongan artist Ruha Fifita.

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A Beautiful Disorder: Chinese diaspora sculpture in the English countryside


Cass Sculpture Foundation unveils “A Beautiful Disorder”, an exhibition exploring the notion of politics, globalisation and modern life in China.

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