Journeys without Arrivals: Chinese contemporary artist Qiu Zhijie at Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève


The largest solo show to date of Chinese contemporary artist Qiu Zhijie is on show at the Centre d’Art Contemporaine Geneve.

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The Mediterranean travels of Japanese artist Takao Minami at Ota Fine Arts, Singapore – in pictures


At Ota Fine Arts until 5 November 2016, “Medi” features video and installation works by Japanese Takao Minami, subtly reflecting the experience of travelling around the Mediterranean and its sunlit landscapes.

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After Damascus: Tammam Azzam’s first paintings since his exile on show in Dubai


“The Road” at Ayyam Gallery Dubai comprises a new body of work by celebrated Syrian artist Tammam Azzam, including his first series of paintings since his relocation from Damascus to Dubai.

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Roadtrip from Beijing to Paris: Emerging Chinese artist Wang Sishun’s “Truth”


Art Radar looks into Wang Sishun’s “Truth” exhibition and his journey from China to France.

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Building cultural bridges: Animation art exhibition connects Iran, Kurdistan – video


PressTV reporter Dale McEwan was in Erbil, Kurdistan in June 2012 to cover an exhibition of work by Mashaallah Mohammadi, an Iranian-Kurdish painter and animator.

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Taipei Arts Awards 2011 win for mechanical installation artist Han-chih Liu


A focus on machines and narrative drive has bagged Taiwanese artist Han-chih Liu (劉瀚之) the Grand Prize in the coveted Taipei Arts Awards for 2011.

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Tibetan art installation brings homeland to exiles


Tenzing Rigdol, a Tibetan contemporary artist, transported 20,000 kilograms of Tibetan soil to Dharamsala, India, for Our Land, Our People, a site-specific installation piece.

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Curator Rosa Maria Falvo on emerging Central Asian art scene- interview


CENTRAL ASIAN ART CURATOR Every industry has its gatekeepers, and the art world is no exception. In the complex world of identifying and valuing cultural and artistic significance, it is the curator who filters through the ‘noise’ to uncover the … Continue reading