Museum Bhavan: Dayanita Singh’s photobooks and their ever-evolving narratives


Dayanita Singh exhibits “Book Object” and “Museum Bhavan” simultaneously in Jaipur and New Delhi, continuing to explore innovative ways of disseminating the photobook as a repository of her work.

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“In God We Trust”: Bangladeshi photographer Munem Wasif – artist profile


Bangladeshi artist Munem Wasif’s documentary photographs of Bangladesh and its people are on view at Paris-based gallery Le 247 until 23 January 2016.

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Holiday art gifts: 8 contemporary art, art history and artisan books for the ‘Asian art lover’


Art Radar handpicks 8 contemporary art, art history and artisan books on the broad subject of Asian art.

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Iraqi contemporary art’s ‘invisible beauty’ at the Venice Biennale 2015


The Ruya Foundation announced representative artists of the Iraqi Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale, as well as a collaboration with Ai Weiwei.

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Artists and archives: how art books are inspiring Sri Lanka’s young contemporary artists


Local nonprofit Raking Leaves partners with Asia Art Archive to give Sri Lanka its first art archive, providing a resource and record of books and publications related to contemporary art in the country.

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Rare double showing of Sri Lankan drawing: exhibitions London, Colombo


“DRAWINGS”, a concurrent exhibition of two senior artists’ recent work held in Columbo and London in late 2012, is a step towards bringing Sri Lankan art to an international audience.

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Knowledge larger than life: Indian artist group Raqs’ big book Vancouver installation


New Delhi based Raqs Media Collective creates a site-specific work entitled Primary Education of the Auto-didact, which focuses on an independent approach to interpretation.

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