Art jobs and opportunities | Performa, Frieze Artist Award… and more

Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is an archive of openings in the visual art world.  Whether you are an artist or an aspiring curator, a market analyst or a scholar, Art Radar Opportunities has listings that will pique your interest. Every week … Continue reading

“Formulating Dialogical Art”: 2015 Ila Dalmia FICA Research Grant recipient Noopur Desai – interview

The recipient of the Ila Dalmia Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art (FICA) Research Grant, Noopur Desai talks about her newest research project archiving recent public art interventions in major cities across India.

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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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Asia Art Archive online: landmark moment for contemporary Asian art scholarship

Not just for Hong Kongers, Asia Art Archive’s collection is now open to an international audience, accessible through a custom designed website. Asia Art Archive (AAA) launched a beta version of its online collection on 5 June 2012. The initial … Continue reading

Weekly jobs and opportunities | AAA summer teaching lab, Kyoto residency

Looking for new career opportunities in the arts? Browse the listings now on Art Radar’s newest service, Art Radar Jobs. New additions to the page will be featured each week.

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Hong Kong art fair ART HK 12: Art practice and the camera lens – 3 artists discuss at Asia Art Archive

“Artists Through the Lens” was a series of conversations between curators and artists organised by AAA for ART HK 12. Art Radar watched via video stream and live-tweeted the talk.

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How Chinese performance artist Fang Lu uses food as artistic medium – Asia Art Archive interview

In an interview with Asia Art Archive (AAA) published in a recent newsletter, Chinese artist Fang Lu explains how she uses food as an artistic medium in her performance art.

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Seasoned Hong Kong artist sees WKCD project as “one step forward” – AAA interview

In a recent interview with Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong artist Chu Hing Wah commented on the West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) and the M+ contemporary art museum.

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