Dr Christian Thompson wins inaugural ACMI Mordant Family VR Commission


Aboriginal Australian artist Dr Christian Thompson is one of Australia’s leading visual artists and the first to win the new ACMI Mordant Family VR Commission focusing on the medium of VR (virtual reality).

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Preview: Block Universe – London’s Performance Art Festival


Block Universe performance artists reflect on movement, protest, borders and Post-Brexit Britain. “Block Universe”, London’s international performance art festival, is back for the third year running from 29 May to 4 June 2017, with a programme of newly commissioned performances, … Continue reading

Organic sculptural forms and materiality: Kenyan-born artist Wangechi Mutu at Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong


Wangechi Mutu’s sculptures and paintings parallel the notion of human evolution from biological to societal construct that shape our understanding of nature and one another.

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11 national pavilions and exhibitions to see at the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017


Art Radar gives you a selection of must-see national presentations at the 57th Venice Biennale.

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Continuity, collaboration and “peculiar personal narratives”: Mounira Al Solh – artist profile


How does art help unravel the contradictions and complications of recollection? Art Radar takes a deeper look at Mounira Al Solh’s practice.

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Constructing identity, shifting borders: Chant Avedissian’s “Transfer, Transport, Transit” at Sabrina Amrani Gallery, Madrid


Chant Avedissian’s return to a gallery marks the time for the artist to talk about our present and changes in our society.

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“HARBOR”: Turkey’s modern and contemporary art at Istanbul Modern


“Harbor” explores how port areas are reflected in the visual arts as geographical locations as well as sites of social and economic interaction.

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Gold standard: NUO Hotel Beijing’s Contemporary Art Collection


Zeng Fanzhi collaborates with flagship hotel NUO in Beijing to provide modern take on Ming Dynasty aesthetics.

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