Architecture and Philosophy: Iranian-born American artist Siah Armajani at Rossi & Rossi, Hong Kong


Inspired by poetry, American vernacular architecture, Western philosophy and his native Persian heritage, Siah Armajani is recognised as a pioneering figure in the conceptualisation of the role of art in the public realm.

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“I Thought of You”: Chinese ink artist Peng Wei at Suzhou Museum


The Suzhou Museum’s Contemporary Art Gallery becomes the stage for a play between Peng Wei’s ethereal, timeless ink artwork and the architectural surroundings of the exhibition spaces.

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“On Becoming Two”: Lebanese artist Tony Chakar at Beirut Art Center


Tony Chakar’s site-specific installation explores the notion of critique and suspicion with regards to the commodified art object as well as the media-saturated readings of the unresolved Lebanese civil war.

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“Of Absence and Weight”: Pakistani-born artist Seher Shah at Nature Morte, New Delhi


Seher Shah works with drawing, printmaking and sculpture, exploring a range of processes that draw on her background in art and architecture.

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5 exhibitions to see in London this Christmas 2016


From Ai Weiwei to Dayanita Singh and start architect Zaha Hadid, London offers some unmissable shows this December.

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Design Society and V&A Gallery to open in Shenzhen in 2017


Design Society, a new cultural hub featuring a new V&A Gallery will open to the public in Shekou, Shenzhen, in October 2017.

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Turkish artist Emre Hüner’s “Neochronophobiq” at STUK — House for Dance, Image & Sound, Leuven


Art Radar talks to Istanbul artist Emre Hüner about his new exhibition “Nechronophobiq” and what “fear of time” means.

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