Lust for life: contemporary women artists on “Radical Love: Female Lust” at The Crypt Gallery


A bold group show at the Crypt Gallery in London shines a light on the passionate strength of female artists across cultures and centuries.

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“Recovering the Past”: Myanmar artist Htein Lin at Yavuz Gallery, Singapore


In his first solo show in Singapore, Htein Lin explores family history, life in Myanmar and past challenges.

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“Flat Sunlight”: Vietnamese artist Lena Bui at The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre, Ho Chi Minh City – in pictures


The new Factory Contemporary Arts Centre in Ho Chi Minh City holds exhibition organised by Oxford Clinical Research Unit, Ho Chi Minh City. Vietnamese artist Lena Bui has been collaborating with the Oxford Clinical Research Unit for years to develop … Continue reading

Photo Gallery: Indian artist Shelly Jyoti’s “Khadi March” at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi


Delhi artist Shelly Jyoti, known for her textile-based installations, presents her newest series dedicated to the lives of spinners, weavers and traditional artisans. Shelly Jyoti revisits Gandhian philosophies through multimedia artworks using khadi textile, ajrakh printing and kantha embroidery to … Continue reading

Palestine’s Young Artist of the Year Award 2016: Pattern Recognition


Young Palestinian artists push beyond their comfort zones with commissioned works for Young Artist of the Year Award (YAYA) 2016.

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Photo Gallery: “Coriolis Effect: Migration and Memory” at Khoj Studios, New Delhi


“Coriolis Effect: Migration and Memory”, running from 29 to 4 October 2016, brings together the work of seven Indian and African artists as the culmination of their month-long residency at Khoj Studios.

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“Peace and Paper”: Iran Contemporary Art Biennale 2016


Art Radar reports on the successful delivery of the second edition of the Iran Contemporary Art Biennale, which brings together paintings, photographs, installations and video art highlighting peace not war.

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Imaginary worlds: the visual vocabulary of Pakistani artist Atif Khan – artist profile


Pakistani artist Atif Khan’s iconography traces its lineage back to the aesthetically rich Mughal empire while providing a contemporary twist.

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