Photo Gallery: “An Atlas of Mirrors”, Singapore Biennale 2016


Art Radar features an exclusive photo gallery from the Singapore Biennale 2016, closing on 26 February 2017.

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British-Ghanaian artist John Akomfrah wins Artes Mundi 2017


Artes Mundi 2017 winner John Akomfrah’s award winning film Auto Da Re (2016) is on display along with the five other shortlisted artists at the National Museum Cardiff until 17 February 2017.

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“Artist and Empire: (En)countering Colonial Legacies” at National Gallery Singapore


The National Gallery Singapore features an exhibition first presented at Tate Britain in 2015, shedding light on the art in Asia associated with the British Empire and contemporary artists’ critiques on colonialism.

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“In the Heart of the Cosmos”: Asad Faulwell at Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai – in pictures


Iranian-American artist Asad Faulwell develops new work for his ongoing series “Les Femmes d’Alger”.

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Taiwanese artist Wu Tien-chang at festival of new media art MADATAC 08, Madrid


Art Radar takes a look at some of they key themes in Taiwanese artist Wu Tien-chang’s work, on show at Spain’s contemporary festival of new media arts MADATAC 08.

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“Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future”: highlights from the Taipei Biennial 2016


The Taipei Biennial 2016 entitled “Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future” engages in historical critique.

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AIA Vietnam Eye: Vietnamese contemporary artists in focus – in pictures


Parallel Contemporary Art and the Saatchi Gallery team up with AIA Vietnam Life Insurance to present the major exhibition “AIA Vietnam Eye”and a book on contemporary Vietnamese art.

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South African artist William Kentridge’s “Thick Time” at Whitechapel Gallery, London


In an exhibition jointly organized with the Louisiana Museum of Art, in Denmark and the Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Whitechapel Gallery opened on 21 September “Thick Time” featuring the work of internationally renowned South African artist, William Kentridge, which examines the ways in time and place have been manipulated during colonial and industrial expansion, as well as notions of control exercised during periods of great political upheaval.

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