UK’s largest exhibition of Chinese art at Asia Triennial Manchester – in pictures


Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art’s Jiang Jiehong tells Art Radar about curating shows in 6 venues in Manchester featuring 30 renowned Chinese artists as part of Asia Triennial 2014 themed “Conflict and Compassion”.

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Curating the contemporary biennial: Ranjit Hoskote at Experimenter Curators’ Hub 2014 – video


Indian cultural theorist, poet and curator Ranjit Hoskote, talks about curating contemporary art at the Experimenter Curators’ Hub (ECH) 2014.

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Moroccan artist Yto Barrada wins the Abraaj Group Art Prize 2015


Yto Barrada named as the winner of the Abraaj Group Art Prize 2015. In the new format of the prize, the French-Moroccan multimedia artist is the only artist to be awarded USD100,000 to produce the central piece of the Prize’s 2015 exhibition at Art Dubai.

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14 curatorial training programmes in Europe


Art Radar lists 14 curatorial programmes in Europe for young and early-career practitioners looking to gain practical experience and theoretical knowledge.

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Japan’s Fumio Nanjo to curate new biennial in Honolulu in 2016


Mori Art Museum’s Director appointed Curatorial Director of the new Honolulu Biennial. The director of Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum (MAM) will curate the new biennial in Honolulu in 2016. The Biennial is part of an effort to include Hawaii in … Continue reading

7 curatorial training programmes in Asia-Pacific


Looking for professional experience and training in curatorship? Art Radar lists 7 curatorial training programmes around Asia-Pacific.

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“Whisper in My Mask”: Natalie King on the TarraWarra Biennial 2014 in Australia – curator interview


The co-curator of TarraWarra Biennial 2014, Natalie King, talks about masks, ghosts, telepathy, the experimental curatorial platform and her future nocturnal liaisons.

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