Winner of Nam June Paik Award 2016 Lawrence Abu Hamdan – artist profile


For Lawrence Abu Hamdam, sound art is a means of mapping the changing sonic techniques of racial surveillance used in courtrooms across the international legal system.

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FT/Oppenheimer Emerging Voices Award 2016 visual art winner and runner-ups


Art Radar takes a look at the winner of the art category of the 2016 Emerging Voices Awards and speaks to runners-up Noor Abuarafeh and Syowia Kyambi about being shortlisted.

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“Metamorphosis”: Chinese new media artist Miao Xiaochun at Klein Sun Gallery – in pictures


Klein Sun Gallery in New York showcases Chinese new media artist Miao Xiaochun’s recent painting and animation.

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Photo Gallery: “BHARTI KHER Matter” at Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada


“BHARTI KHER Matter” at Vancouver Art Gallery in Canada is the Indian artist’s first major North American survey to date.

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“Celebrating Murni”: life, legacy and memory of Indonesia’s IGAK Murniasih – artist profile


Art Radar speaks to the artists and curators involved in the exhibition “Celebrating Murni” and profiles the artist IGAK Murniasih, an influential figure in the Indonesian art scene.

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‘Attempts to Contain’: India’s Baptist Coelho, winner of 2016 Sovereign Asian Art Prize – artist profile


Art Radar profiles Sovereign Asian Art Prize 2016 winner Baptist Coelho, whose “Siachen Glacier Project” is an ongoing decade-long exploration of nation-states, boundaries, the military and what unfolds in sites of conflict.

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The body and its emotions: Israeli artist Tamar Ettun’s “The Yellow Who Wants” at Uppsala Art Museum


Israeli artist Tamar Ettun opens her first solo exhibition in Sweden is a discourse between sculpture and performance that examines the body’s relationship to every day objects and by extension the world around us.

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Eros, Life and Death: the photography of Japan’s Nobuyoshi Araki at Musée Guimet, Paris


A major retrospective at Musée Guimet in Paris delineates 50 years of Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki’s career.

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