Chinese contemporary art according to Instagram – curator Rachel Marsden on who to follow now


China’s best artists and arts practitioners on Instagram, according to curator Rachel Marsden.

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Qatari art beyond the headlines – gallerists’ view from the ground


Art Radar interviews three Qatari gallerists and an Indian artist based in Qatar to find out what the art scene looks like and what the future holds for contemporary art in Qatar, a country which is the biggest spender on blue-chip art worldwide.

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What art can do for the Arab world, according to Taymour Grahne


Art collector and gallerist Taymour Grahne, nominated among the “50 Most Exciting Art Collectors Under 50″ by Modern Painters, talks about his view of what art can do for the Middle East.

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Mumbai rising: As Christie’s moves into India, gallerists give a view from the ground


Art Radar speaks to three galleries in Mumbai to find out how global auction house Christie’s and its plans for its inaugural sale in December 2013 will affect the art scene and the operations of the galleries.

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Hong Kong: art world hub or art world hype? Gallerists give their opinions


Hong Kong’s art scene is flourishing commercially, but has that translated into sustainable development on the ground? Art Radar spoke to three of the city’s gallerists to find out how it is to do business in the world’s third largest art market.

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Refocusing on Europe: Rossi & Rossi at TEFAF 2013 – gallery director interview


After a fifteen year absence from The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF), Rossi & Rossi director Fabio Rossi talks about why 2013 is year to turn back to the fair.

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Inaugural Art13: “Global fair for a global city”? – review, sales round up


As the doors closed on the 2013 edition of Art13 London, Asian exhibitors and artists reported high spirits and sales.

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