Mike Tsang on using photography to explore the British Born Chinese community – interview

Documentary photographer Mike Tsang talks about his ongoing curated project “Between East and West”, which explores the heritage and identity of the British Born Chinese.

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“My Generation”: Young Chinese artists on American tour – in pictures

Chinese art expert Barbara Pollack curates touring exhibit exploring how young Chinese artists are differentiating themselves from the previous generation who were deeply affected by the Cultural Revolution.

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The missing images of Russia’s past and present: 5 Russian photographers to know now

5 photographers and video artists explore contemporary Russia alongside the rediscovered works of pre-revolution master Sergei Prokudin-Gorsky in an exhibition at Calvert 22 Gallery in London.

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Negotiating urban identity: 5 young Hong Kong artists

Five young Hong Kong artists portray the crises and aspirations of the city’s inhabitants in “These Shores”, an exhibition at Rossi and Rossi’s Hong Kong gallery at Yallay Space, from 7 December 2013 to 4 January 2014.

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“China China”: Artists of the Cultural Revolution and beyond – picture feast

PinchukArtCentre in Kyiv, Ukraine, hosts the exhibition “China China” from 18 May to 6 October 2013. “China China” turns the global lens on contemporary Chinese artists.

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Who is futureproofing Singaporean art? 26 young artists in SAM survey

A survey of Singaporean contemporary art, titled “The Singapore Show: Future Proof”, closed at the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) on 15 April 2012.

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Curator Tobias Berger talks about Korean contemporary art scene in 4 questions

SOUTH KOREA CONTEMPORARY ART INTERVIEW CURATOR Art Radar recently spoke with German-born curator Tobias Berger, who currently holds the position of Chief Curator at the Nam June Paik Art Center, about the Center’s exhibition “The Penguin that goes to the Mountain”. During … Continue reading

Follow "The Penguin" to the mountain – Tobias Berger on the NJPAC show

KOREAN CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS EMERGING ARTISTS “The Penguin that goes to the Mountain“, an exhibition of contemporary art by young and emerging Korean artists, recently finished up this month at the Nam June Paik Art Center (NJPAC). It took … Continue reading