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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Why Art Radar’s art journalism and writing course is unique


Art Radar‘s Certificate in Art Journalism & Writing is completely unique. It’s a big claim, we know, but it’s true. This course has three features, which together make it a total one-off. Read on to find out what they are. … Continue reading

Why Art Radar’s art journalism and writing course is unique


Art Radar‘s Certificate in Art Journalism & Writing is completely unique. It’s a big claim we know, but it’s true. This course has three features which together make it a total one-off. Read on to find out what they are. … Continue reading

Study with Art Radar – summer 2016 course now open!


Want to learn how to be a published art writer? Look no further! If you’ve been thinking about studying art writing, you’ve come to the right place. Read on and follow along to find out more about our writing course … Continue reading

MAIIAM: Thailand’s newest museum set to open in Chiang Mai


The MAIIAM Museum of Contemporary Art Chiang Mai will open its doors on 3 July 2016.

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10 highlights from the 20th Biennale of Sydney


The Biennale of Sydney is the longest running exhibitions of its kind after Venice and São Paulo. In its 20th edition, Artistic Director Stephanie Rosenthal from London’s Haywood Gallery presents works by 83 artists under the title the future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed. The title refers to how technology is surpassing expectations of what we could expect in the future; however, these advances, like many resources, are not available to all.

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“Wang Yin: The Gift” acknowledges a deep reciprocal legacy – artist profile


The retrospective comments on China’s intellectual and cultural history, drawing on history as much as autobiography. Art Radar profiles the Chinese artist, whose 40-painting survey at the UCCA in Beijing runs until 27 May 2016. The gift of oil painting The … Continue reading