Splendid imperfection: Dutch artist Bouke de Vries and Chinese porcelain – in conversation


Dutch artist Bouke de Vrie’s solo show at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery in London shines a light on the illustrious history of ceramics in China with a decidedly contemporary twist.

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Knot alone: the “Imaginary Friends” of Afghanistan’s Jeanno Gaussi – artist profile


A marriage of found objects and 13th century knotting technique populate Jeanno Gaussi’s labour-intensive series “Imaginary Friends”.

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Spice girl: Indian artist K. Benitha Perciyal – in conversation


Indian artist K. Benitha Perciyal uses spices, found materials and incense to create thought-provoking and intensely personal installations.

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Vulgarity and the sacred: Japan’s ceramic artist Katsuyo Aoki – artist profile


A sense of romance and reverence in contemporary ceramist Katsuyo Aoki’s ethereal masterpieces.

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Plunging further to reveal the truth: Bangladeshi Mustafa Zaman – artist profile


Bangladeshi Mustafa Zaman employs found images to lay bare the simultaneity of creation and destruction.

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Threads of resistance: India’s Shelly Jyoti – artist profile


India’s struggle for freedom inspires Shelly Jyoti with a series echoing the history of rural farmers and Gandhian principles.

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Repairing what was broken: Amy Lee Sanford and Cambodian art today – interview


Cambodian performance artist Amy Lee Sanford talks to Art Radar about the lasting effects of war, guilt, loss, alienation and displacement, and how she uses art to address these concepts.

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