“Hansel & Gretel”: the art of surveillance by Herzog and de Meuron with Ai Weiwei in New York


Art Radar reviews the collaborative art installation exploring surveillance, created by the team behind Beijing’s Olympic Stadium, the Bird’s Nest.

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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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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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“Extravagant Imagination, The Wonder of Idleness”: 7 young Chinese artists at MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai


Curated by Lu Mingjun, “Extravagant Imagination, The Wonder of Idleness” at Xu Zhen’s MadeIn Gallery in Shanghai brings together seven young Chinese artists who bridge the past and present.

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Transforming materiality: Jane Lee at Singapore Tyler Print Institute


Following a residency by the artist at Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI), the creative workshop and gallery opened a solo exhibition of the work of young Singapore artist Jane Lee on 17 January 2016. The show entitled “Freely, Freely” runs until 5 March.

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Art, theatre and the macabre: Gabriel Barredo’s “Opera” in Singapore


Fililipino artist Gabriel Barredo brings his latest immersive installation “Opera” to Singapore.

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“A Room With A View”: 6 female photographers in Hong Kong


Six female artists search for Hong Kong’s disappearing history and memory.

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