Art Basel Hong Kong 2017: Strong sales and growing collector base in Asia – round-up


Art Radar rounds up the key takeaways from Art Basel Hong Kong 2017.

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7 exhibitions and events not to miss at ACAW 2016 in New York


Asia Contemporary Art Week is a series of exhibitions, events and symposia held across New York City that seeks to heighten the awareness and visibility of contemporary art practices from Asia within the United States.

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Frieze New York evidences a sustainable art market – round-up


Galleries at Frieze New York report strong Asian collector presence in a now “completely global” art market.

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Fair season: Galleries prepare for Art Stage Singapore and India Art Fair 2015


Art Radar catches up with 6 international galleries participating in the first art fairs of the 2015 fair season in Asia. The art fair season in Asia ushers in a new exciting year for contemporary art, starting with Art Stage … Continue reading

“Readymade”: 9 Bangladeshi artists to know


Art Radar takes a look at the nine Bangladeshi artists in Aicon Gallery’s exhibition “Readymade” in New York.

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A catalyst for growth in the Middle East: Director Antonia Carver on Art Dubai 2014 – interview


Art Dubai Director Antonia Carver talks to Art Radar about the fair, its significance in the region and in the world, and how it’s actively supporting cultural development.

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What is… contemporary South Asian miniature art? Art Radar explains


Art Radar defines South Asian miniature art, as part of an ongoing series about the definition, evolution and impact of art movements, and why those movements are important from an art historical perspective.

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Indian contemporary art reaches a new stage of development


INDIAN ART SHOW Signs Taken For Wonders: Recent Art from India and Pakistan to January 31 2009 Indian contemporary art is reaching a new audience with large-scale museum surveys such as ‘Indian Highway’ at London’s Serpentine Gallery and ‘Chalo! India: A … Continue reading