Path to peace: 12 women photographers in “I AM” at Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts, Amman


Female photographers participating in multidisciplinary exhibition “I AM” seek to transcend stereotypes.

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Art Basel Hong Kong Salon 2017: The Art of Publishing, Digital Media and Cultural Journalism – videos


Art Basel Hong Kong industry professionals gathered to discuss key issues in the art world.

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Photo Gallery: Singapore AP photojournalist Wong Maye-E’s “North of the DMZ”


Singapore’s Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film holds first solo exhibition of Singaporean photojournalist and her series on North Korea until 15 October 2016.

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Inter-generational project reveals complexities of Cambodian diaspora: Pete Pin – interview


Art Radar speaks with Cambodian American photographer Pete Pin to learn more about how he uses participatory photography with the Khmer diaspora to reach out and repair lines of communication broken through trauma.

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Tumbling towards the mainstream in Kathmandu: interview with artist Kurchi Dasgupta


Art Radar interviews Nepal-based Indian artist, Kurchi Dasgupta, about how globalisation is affecting Nepalese contemporary art scene.

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Social change and art, Wang Qingsong’s way – Artnet video interview


In a video produced by Artnet, Wang Qingsong shares his personal, professional and conceptual motivations behind his photography and video works with Heather Russell, the company’s senior specialist in Asian Modern and Contemporary Art.

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Contemporary artists weigh in on world issues on Creative Time Reports – resource alert


Creative Time Reports, a multimedia website dedicated to artists’ commentary and analysis on contemporary issues from around the world, was launched in October 2012.

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