“Hansel & Gretel”: the art of surveillance by Herzog and de Meuron with Ai Weiwei in New York


Art Radar reviews the collaborative art installation exploring surveillance, created by the team behind Beijing’s Olympic Stadium, the Bird’s Nest.

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“Lee Mingwei and His Relations: The Art of Participation” at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki


“The Art of Participation” is the largest retrospective of Lee Mingwei’s practice presented in the Southern Hemisphere to date.

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“Tales of Our Time”: Chinese contemporary art at the Guggenheim New York


“Tales of our time” presents Generation X’s perspectives on place and history at the Guggenheim New York until 10 March 2017.

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Meeting with Chinese artist Gu Wenda at Shanghai 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum


At Shanghai 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum (M21), “Gu Wenda: Journey to the West” features some of the artist’s major works from the 1980s to the present.

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A ‘Big Tail Elephant’: China’s Chen Shaoxiong (1962–2016) – artist profile


Art Radar speaks to the late Chen Shaoxiong’s gallerist Meg Maggio of Pékin Fine Arts and long-term collaborative partner from Big Tail Elephants Lin Yilin.

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“Portals, Loopholes and Other Transgressions”: Singaporean artist Heman Chong at FOST Gallery


Heman Chong’s latest exhibition “Portals, Loopholes and Other Transgressions” investigates the functions of producing narratives in our everyday lives.

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7 highlights from the inaugural Saitama Triennale 2016


Art Radar looks at some highlights of the inaugural Saitama Triennale 2016 and speaks to the curators of the trienniale about how the event has unfolded so far.

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Coding art: Japanese collective teamLab in the digital renaissance – artist profile


Interdisciplinary ensemble teamLab creates high-tech interactive art installations imbued with traditional Japanese motifs that allow co-creation, reinventing the relationship between the artist, the artwork, and the audience. Art Radar spoke to the collective to find out more about their origin, raison d’etre, influences, creative process and plans for the future.

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