Emerging Vietnamese-Australian artist James Nguyen’s “Exit Strategies” – interview


Art Radar speaks with James Nguyen about his first major solo exhibition at Sydney’s 4A Centre.

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Art Radar’s top 10 booths to visit at Art Basel Hong Kong 2015


As Art Basel Hong Kong has finally opened its doors, Art Radar picks top 10 booths to visit at this year’s edition.

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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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One man’s treasure: Chinese artist Song Dong’s “Waste Not” in Sydney


Chinese contemporary artist Song Dong’s monumental artwork, Waste Not, opened at Sydney’s Carriageworks art centre on 5 January as part of the 2013 Sydney Art Festival.

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Video artist Chen Chieh-jen premieres in UK with Empire's Borders II


TAIWANESE ARTIST VIDEO ART UK EXHIBITIONS Following his successful exhibition in the United States, Chen Chieh-jen (b. Taoyuan, Taiwan, 1960), an internationally acclaimed video artist, presents the UK premiere of “Empire’s Borders II – Western Enterprises Inc.” at the Chinese Arts Center … Continue reading

India artist Raghava KK's "magic carpet ride" at TED2010 – video


INDIAN ART ARTIST TALK TED CONFERENCE VIDEO PUBLIC SPEAKING “Raghava KK: Five lives of an artist” (length of video, 17:56 mins) was recorded when Indian artist Raghava KK spoke at ideas conference TED2010 earlier this year. In the video, the artist tells … Continue reading

V+A museum-commissioned photography show The Mother of All Journeys lands in Hong Kong – interview Dinu Li


BRITISH-CHINESE PHOTOGRAPHY Dinu Li, an award-winning British-Chinese visual artist, showcases his exhibition The Mother of All Journeys at Amelia Johnson Contemporary (17 Sep – 31 Oct 2009) in Hong Kong. Initially commissioned by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, … Continue reading