Photo Gallery: emerging Hong Kong artist Frank Tang’s new media ink art


Frank Tang Kai Yiu creates innovative works that explore the performative elements of Chinese painting.

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5 Exhibitions to see in Beijing in January 2017


Art Radar selects five shows not to miss in Beijing as 2017 starts.

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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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Spice girl: Indian artist K. Benitha Perciyal – in conversation


Indian artist K. Benitha Perciyal uses spices, found materials and incense to create thought-provoking and intensely personal installations.

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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: Chinese ink artist Xu Longsen’s “Wind on the Mountain” at Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong


Hanart TZ Gallery holds an exhibition of Xu Longsen’s grandiose ink landscape paintings. Xu Longsen is known for his powerful use of shanshui and his monumental landscapes that create awe-inspiring environments in architectural spaces. Running until 30 November 2016, “Wind … Continue reading

“An Atlas of Mirrors”: 10 highlights from Singapore Biennale 2016


Art Radar highlights 10 artists and their work at the fifth edition of the Singapore Biennale 2016, which opened on 27 October and will run until 26 February 2017.

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On Sunsets, Horticulture and Human Relationships: Hong Kong artist Trevor Yeung – in conversation


Hong Kong artist Trevor Yeung talks about the use of plants and horticulture, aquatic life, photography and installation as metaphors for the relationship between people in his artistic creation.

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