“Between the sky and the earth”: Artistic Director Marc Schmitz on the 4th Land Art Mongolia – in conversation


Art Radar catches up with Artistic Director Marc Schmitz of LAM to talk about this walking museum without walls located in sacred mountains of the Gobi.

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A Beautiful Disorder: Chinese diaspora sculpture in the English countryside


Cass Sculpture Foundation unveils “A Beautiful Disorder”, an exhibition exploring the notion of politics, globalisation and modern life in China.

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“Digging a Hole in China”: exploring Land Art in the context of Chinese contemporary art


Group show “Digging a Hole in China” at OCAT Shenzhen investigates the “potential of land” when facing political and economical issues of globalisation, property and production.

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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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5 Taiwanese artists going global


Art Radar profiles the diverse practices of 5 Taiwanese artists making an impact on the international stage.

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Sustaining a fragile environment: Art in Taiwan’s Cheng Long Wetlands


Artists work with the community towards creating a sustainable environment in the Chenglong Wetlands.

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Adapting to climate change: Art and the community in the Cheng Long Wetlands, Taiwan


Cheng-Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project is back for fifth year, continuing to raise awareness about environmental issues and produce ideas for the improvement of local conditions and livelihood through site-specific installations.

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Where art and nature meet: Curator Jane Ingram Allen on the first International Nature Art Curators’ Conference in Korea


Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project’s curator Jane Ingram Allen gives her perspective on the inaugural International Nature Art Curators’ Conference, Gongju, South Korea, which brought together international curators engaged in nature art projects.

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