What is… photosculpture? Art Radar explains


As part of our “What is…?” series, Art Radar brings you a short history of photosculpture, and introduces a selection of contemporary Asian artists working with the medium in its various manifestations

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6 emerging South Korean artists to know now


Art Radar profiles 6 exciting emerging artists from South Korea who are using everything from chocolate to Ultra Violet light to create mesmerising works and making waves in international the art scene.

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Cyborgs, crystals and concrete temples: Korean artist Lee Bul – profile


Art Radar profiles controversial South Korean artist Lee Bul who is exhibiting her first solo show in the UK taking place between 10 September to 9 November 2014 at the Ikon Gallery.

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8 amazing artworks at the Gwangju Biennale 2014


Art Radar picks 8 compelling art pieces from Asian artists showing at the Gwangju Biennale.

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What is…robotic art? Art Radar explains


Art Radar explores the definition of robotic art through its origins, the seminal works of key artists in Asia and elsewhere and key exhibitions.

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Performance art and the museum: Para Site conference, Hong Kong


The panel discussion entitled “On Institutions”, at Para Site’s International Conference in Hong Kong on 4 April 2014, saw the participation of international art professionals that raised questions about the changing role of museums and institutions to include performance art in their regular programming.

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Gabi Ngcobo on historical legacies – Para Site conference, Hong Kong


South African artist and curator Gabi Ngcobo spoke about the politics of memory and historical self-creation at Para Site’s 2014 International Conference in Hong Kong, entitled “Is the living body the last thing left alive? The new performance turn, its histories and its institutions.”

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