The 5th Anyang Public Art Project: pondering art and society

Opening in October 2016, APAP 5 will feature a roster of significant Korean and international artists.

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“Formulating Dialogical Art”: 2015 Ila Dalmia FICA Research Grant recipient Noopur Desai – interview

The recipient of the Ila Dalmia Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art (FICA) Research Grant, Noopur Desai talks about her newest research project archiving recent public art interventions in major cities across India.

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Six highlights from India Art Fair’s ‘Art Projects’

A specially curated section at India Art Fair 2015 showcases seminal artists’ works. The India Art Fair (IAF) 2015 features a special section of curated artworks throughout the fair, including site-specific and multimedia installations, interventions and commissioned pieces by some seminal artists … Continue reading

Art and social change: How environmental art is transforming a Taiwanese village

Huge site-specific sculptures sit among birds, reeds and muddy water in the Taiwan’s 2013 Cheng-Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project.

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Hermès, Hiroshi Sugimoto collaboration results in wearable art photography

The recent trend of artist-fashion label collaboration continues with Japanese contemporary artist Hiroshi Sugimoto and French luxury fashion brand Hermès.

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New Zealand artist Kerry Ann Lee digs into Taiwan through image and ruin

On 16 June 2012, New Zealand contemporary artist Kerry Ann Lee held her temporary art installation “The Parallel City Picture Show” in Taipei’s Ruin Academy.

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Airports “shrines of public art”? Terminals to art museums in India

Could airports be the new shrines of public art in India? Art-interested travellers are in for a visual treat when stopping by the country’s New Delhi and Mumbai air transport hubs.

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New project on Chinoiserie and contemporary art to launch at London's Victoria and Albert Museum

CHINESE CONTEMPORARY ART CHINOISERIE CONFERENCE Originating in the 17th century to describe the Western fascination with Chinese art and design, the phenomenon of Chinoiserie will be the focus of a new three year project SINOPTICON: Contemporary Chinoiserie in Contemporary Art … Continue reading