Zeitz MOCAA opens in Cape Town, South Africa


The world’s largest museum dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora has opened in Cape Town.  Focusing on 21st century creative practice, the Zeitz MOCAA held its opening weekend across 22-24 September 2017.  Zeitz MOCAA, a new museum dedicated to cutting-edge … Continue reading

3 art events in Istanbul not to miss in September 2017


As the 15th Istanbul Biennial opens this autumn, the city comes alive with collateral art events. The 15th Istanbul Biennial launched on 16 September 2017. Art Radar highlights three not-to-miss events taking place across the city during the biennial’s opening … Continue reading

Art Basel Cities announces details for Buenos Aires


Art Basel announces further details on its long-term collaboration with the city of Buenos Aires as part of the new Art Basel Cities initiative.

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A Point of Encounter for Asia-Pacific: Sydney Contemporary 2017 art fair – highlights round-up


The third edition of Sydney Contemporary gathered artists, collectors and gallerists from across the Asia-Pacific region.

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Louvre Abu Dhabi: the “museum-city” set to open in the Arabian Gulf in November 2017


The long-awaited Louvre Abu Dhabi will open its doors to the public on 11 November 2017.

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“Instincts more than Trends”: Project ArtBeat and Georgian Contemporary Art – interview


The online art platform Project ArtBeat works towards better exposure for Georgia’s art scene and artists.

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A Matter of Perspective: 15 years of Singapore’s STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery – director interview


Art Radar speaks to the director of STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery in Singapore on the occasion of its 15th anniversary and David Hockney’s solo exhibition.

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Israel’s Museum On The Seam Holds last exhibition before closing


Israel’s Museum On The Seam holds final exhibition “Thou Shalt Not” before closing its doors due to German donors withdrawing their support of the institution.

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