Indian artist Amar Kanwar’s “The Sovereign Forest” at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore


NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore holds Amar Kanwar’s new chapter of “The Sovereign Forest” project.

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‘Attempts to Contain’: India’s Baptist Coelho, winner of 2016 Sovereign Asian Art Prize – artist profile


Art Radar profiles Sovereign Asian Art Prize 2016 winner Baptist Coelho, whose “Siachen Glacier Project” is an ongoing decade-long exploration of nation-states, boundaries, the military and what unfolds in sites of conflict.

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“Fear”: new works by Thai artist Manit Sriwanichpoom at Yavuz Gallery, Singapore


Manit Sriwanichpoom’s new show “Fear” exhibits selected pieces from ten new photography series, alongside two video works, inspired by transfers of power, protests, restrictions on freedoms to critique the monarchy.

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5 Asian contemporary art museum exhibitions to see in August 2016


Art Radar compiles a list of its articles on must-see museum shows around Asia this August 2016.

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Ai Weiwei: “translocation—transformation” at 21erhaus, Vienna – in pictures


Ai Weiwei’s most significant show to date in Austria integrates his personal story and worldview with topical political issues, Chinese traditions and architectural interventions.

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The big picture: Iranian-American painter Nicky Nodjoumi – artist profile


Art Radar profiles Iranian-American artist Nicky Nodjoumi, whose large-scale works take an intimate look at the politics of today.

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Navigating Nameless Seas: 11 Asian artists in “Odyssey” at Singapore Art Museum


The latest Singapore Art Museum group exhibition conjures stories of journeys at sea seen through the eyes of some among the most inspirational artists working in the Asia-Pacific region today.

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Turkish artist Gülsün Karamustafa’s “Chronographia” in Berlin – in pictures


Chronographia”, which runs until 23 October, includes 110 works installed within a 1,000 square metre exhibition space, ranging from the 1970s to the present day and exploring themes such as migration, modernity, the historical archive, feminism and gender.

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