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

“Dear Beloved”: Azerbaijani artist Orkhan Husneynov at YARAT Contemporary Art Centre, Baku


Orkhan Husneynov’s “Dear Beloved” draws upon alternative realities and fake stories that have become a part of our daily life at YARAT Contemporary Art Centre until 4 June 2017.

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Recounting contemporaneity: India’s Raqs Media Collective – artist profile


Art Radar profiles internationally acknowledged New Delhi-based Raqs Media Collective by focusing on their latest transdisciplinary projects as curators and artists on view throughout the globe.

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Duchamp and politics: Ai Weiwei at the Royal Academy in London – video


Royal Academy Artistic Director Tim Marlow speaks with Ai Weiwei on the occasion of his upcoming major solo exhibition.

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A search for Hong Kong tradition through 6 artists – Part 2


In a two-part series, Art Radar looks into the exhibition “Here is Where We Meet” at Duddell’s Hong Kong, which investigates how “tradition” intersects with the practice of six Hong Kong artists.

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Lee Kit and Chantal Wong launch new independent art space in Hong Kong


‘Things’, a new independent art space is being launched in Hong Kong this September.

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Weaving cultures and geographies: Kimsooja wins 2015 Ho-Am Prize


The pioneering Korean artist Kimsooja was awarded the prestigious Ho-Am Prize for the Arts on 1 June 2015.

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1:54 African art fair makes New York debut


The first international African art fair debuted in New York during Frieze Week.

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