Taiwanese artist Wu Tien-chang at festival of new media art MADATAC 08, Madrid


Art Radar takes a look at some of they key themes in Taiwanese artist Wu Tien-chang’s work, on show at Spain’s contemporary festival of new media arts MADATAC 08.

Continue reading

Life, Guns, Death and Reincarnation: Vietnam’s art collective The Propeller Group – artist profile


Vietnamese art collective The Propeller Group merges artistic and commercial practice to unveil the shadows of capitalism, communism, consumerism, and shared cultural histories.

Continue reading

Geometric abstraction: Xinjiang artist Aniwar Mamat’s tapestries at Pékin Fine Arts, Hong Kong


“Sunlight Reflects”, the first solo exhibition in Hong Kong at Pékin Fine Arts by Beijing-based painter Aniwar Mamat, is a tribute to the labour intensive process of handcraft.

Continue reading

An “Uncertain Journey”: Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota at Blain|Southern, Berlin


“Uncertain Journey” is the three-dimensional manifestation of Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota’s explorations into and understandings of life as ‘a journey without a journey’.

Continue reading

Stories and thoughts about Nothing special: Tsang Kin-Wah at M+ Pavilion, Hong Kong


Hong Kong artist Tsang Kin-Wah’s “Nothing” at the newly opened M+ Pavilion is an expansion of “The Infinite Nothing”, the artist’s solo presentation for Hong Kong at the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015.

Continue reading

“Between the sky and the earth”: Artistic Director Marc Schmitz on the 4th Land Art Mongolia – in conversation


Art Radar catches up with Artistic Director Marc Schmitz of LAM to talk about this walking museum without walls located in sacred mountains of the Gobi.

Continue reading

The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority celebrates completion of M+ Pavilion in Hong Kong


WKCDA held ceremony for first permanent structure of Hong Kong’s future museum M+.

Continue reading

30 Years of Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester


For its 30th anniversary programme, CFCCA Manchester holds a number of exhibitions of some of China’s most celebrated artists. Launched in February 2016 and running until July, the “30 Years of CFCCA” exhibitions programme features high-profile artists from Greater China. … Continue reading