Draped in nature: German-Ghanaian artist Zohra Opoku at Gallery 1957 – in pictures


German-Ghanaian artist Zohra Opoku’s solo show entitled “Sassa” opened on 10 June 2016, and is ongoing until 10 August at Gallery 1957 in Ghana.

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Seeing a world in a wild flower, a Buddha in a leaf: Xiaoyi Chen on the sublime and philosophy – interview


On the occasion of her exhibition at Rome-based Matèria Gallery, Chinese artist Xiaoyi Chen talks about her work, which merges western with oriental schools of thought exploring the sublime, beautiful and infinite.

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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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Preview: Ink Asia 2015 in Hong Kong


The first art fair dedicated to ink art launches in Hong Kong this December.

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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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Font of identity: Zarina Hashmi at the Tate Modern – video interview


In a short video documentary produced by the Tate Modern in London, Indian-born New York-based Zarina Hashmi discusses her exhibition “Letters from Home” and her use of family letters written in Urdu to express her identity and connections with her past.

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