Photo Gallery: Chinese artist Jacky Tsai’s “The Harmonious Society” in London


The Fine Art Society in London presents the second solo show of Chinese artist Jacky Tsai following the success of his first in 2015.

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5 Gallery highlights at Frieze Masters 2016


Art Radar highlights 5 galleries at Frieze Masters in London presenting the work of 20th century contemporary artists from Asia-Pacific.

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5 Gallery booths to see at Frieze London 2016


Art Radar selects 5 gallery highlights at Frieze London 2016, open from 6 to 9 October.

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“The Colony”: Vietnamese artist Dinh Q. Lê at Artangel, London


Din Q. Lê explores colonial exploitation of resources in 19th century Pacific in his latest video installation “The Colony”, now on show until 9 October 2016 at Artangel in London.

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Malian artist Abdoulaye Konaté: “Symphonie En Couleur” at Blain|Southern, London – in pictures


Blain|Southern celebrates the first UK solo exhibition of Malian artist Abdoulaye Konaté featuring his majestic textile installations.

“Symphonie En Coleur”, opened on 2 September 2016, presents the work of one of the most well-known West African artists working today, Abdoulaye Konaté. The exhibition merges social and political considerations with the artist’s explorations into colour composition, and features a never before seen body of work inspired by the chroma of rocks and minerals.

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5 Asian contemporary art videos to watch on Art Radar


Art Radar has put together a list of 5 interesting videos and related articles on Asian contemporary art to review in Summer 2016.

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Truth is Beauty: Indian modernist Bhupen Khakhar at Tate Modern, London


The Tate Modern brings together Indian modernist Buphen Khakhar’s work from across five decades and collections around the world for the first time since his death.

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The space between light and colour: Bangladeshi-British artist Rana Begum – artist profile


Rana Begum’s solo show in London elucidates the artist’s longstanding interest in abstract art, architecture and visualising the divine.

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