4 Iranian street artists to know

Art Radar brings you 4 artists to know from the streets of Iran. Although Iran has in recent years initiated a variety of urban beautification projects featuring monumental murals in the urban landscape, most street artists still have to work … Continue reading

Non-violence in art across place and time – in pictures

An exhibition at the Menil Collection explores the resonance of Gandhi’s ethics of non-violence in visual art.

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13 Lebanese artists at Singapore Art Fair

Art Radar profiles 13 Lebanese artists taking centre stage at the Singapore Art Fair, themed “Contemporary Lebanon: Art Beyond Violence”.

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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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