Curiosity and the role of the artist: Vietnamese artist and filmmaker Nguyen Trinh Thi – interview


Hanoi-based artist Nguyen Trinh Thi’s career weaves stories about her home country Vietnam within the broader historical, cultural, and political realities of Southeast Asia.

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“Ground Zero: Site as Witness/Architecture as Evidence”: India’s Sahil Naik – artist profile


Emerging Indian artist Sahil Naik explores the links between acts of destruction, the media and urban environment in “Ground Zero”.

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A Distorted Reality: Saudi artist Faisal Samra at Ayyam Gallery, Dubai


Ayyam Gallery Dubai hosts Saudi artist Faisal Samra’s 2008 photographic series “Distorted Reality”. Art Radar talks to the artist about this body of work.

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“Behind Mount Qaf”: Turkish feminist and activist artist CANAN at ARTER, Istanbul


Feminist artist CANAN delves into ancient, modern and contemporary “myths” about gender, power structures and the body at ARTER Space for Art in Istanbul.

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Violence, conflict and art: Iraq’s Hiwa K – artist profile


Exploring social confrontation and “what if” moments, the exhibition continues until 16 December 2017. Art Radar profiles the artist on the occasion of his latest show.

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Chinese Cynical Realism: Fang Lijun and his “All Too Human World” – artist profile


Hong Kong’s Hanart TZ Gallery presents recent paintings and prints by renowned Cynical Realist artist Fang Lijun.

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