Censored Burmese contemporary art comes to light – in pictures


“Banned in Burma: Painting Under Censorship” in Hong Kong is the first exhibition to systematically survey censored and hitherto unseen Burmese paintings produced during years of military rule.

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“Wishing Knots” for Hong Kong’s future – interview


Art Radar interviews Hong Kong artist and filmmaker Ye Yun and Japanese architect Nozomi Kanemitsu, the minds behind ‘Wishing Knots: Great vision begins with wishes’ at Beijing Design Week 2014.

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“Pop Phraseology” in Hong Kong: Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso – interview


Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso who’s solo exhibition, entitled “Pop Phraseology“ is on show at Pearl Lam galleries in Hong Kong from 18 September to 31 October 2014 talks to Art Radar about his work and influences.

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Palestinian photographer Steve Sabella declares independence through mental images – book review


Steve Sabella, a Palestinian photographer in exile, is releasing a monograph documenting an innovative body of work.

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8 amazing artworks at the Gwangju Biennale 2014


Art Radar picks 8 compelling art pieces from Asian artists showing at the Gwangju Biennale.

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Ancient temples, architecture and the modern surveillance state: Sri Lankan artists in the Diaspora – interview


Art Radar chats with two Sri Lankan artists on their diasporic experience and how this has influenced their art practice.

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