8 Vietnamese contemporary artists to know now


Art Radar features 8 unique Vietnamese artists whose works are currently being shown at the Ho Chi Minh-based Craig Thomas Gallery as part of their 5th anniversary celebrations.

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Being “Anonymous”: Rachel Perera Weingeist on Tibetan contemporary art – curator interview


Art Radar talks to curator Rachel Perera Weingeist about “Anonymous”, an exhibition of contemporary Tibetan art currently showing at the Fleming Museum of Art in Vermont.

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Iranian art in the spotlight: Art Radar’s top 8 posts


Read Art Radar’s eight best articles on Iranian contemporary artists, whose diverse and powerful works that explore notions of identity and challenge stereotypes range from photography and painting to calligraphy and embroidery.

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French-Tunisian graffiti artist eL Seed on his Arabic roots, “Lost Walls” and reclaiming purple – interview


Art Radar interviews Tunisian graffiti artist eL Seed to learn more about his journey to Tunisia’s most forgotten and remote areas, his re-appropriation of the colour purple and his run-in with Chewbacca on an abandoned Star Wars movie set.

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Sri Lankan art comes to London – in pictures


London-based gallery Breese Little hosts back-to-back exhibitions by Sri Lankan artist. Jagath Weerasinghe’s “Decorated” and “Emergency”, which brings together the work of 4 other artists explore Sri Lanka’s identity as influenced by the aftermath of the civil war.

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Mo Yi: Pixelated political imagery in Hong Kong – in pictures


Contemporary by Angela Li, a Hong Kong gallery dedicated to showing avant-garde artists, is holding Tibetan artist Mo Yi’s latest solo exhibition until 14 June 2014, a show that explores China’s political history through historical imagery.

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