Tearing down the past to build the future: Yang Yongliang, Chinese artist interview


Art Radar interviews artist Yang Yongliang, whose digital works comment on how the ancient past is in the process of being erased by the machinery of urbanisation.

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“DEEP S.E.A.”: Art to preserve heritage? Nithakhong Somsanith and La Huy


In the fourth and final post in our series on Primo Marella Gallery’s “DEEP S.E.A.” exhibition, we delve into the works of Nithakhong Somsanith and La Huy.

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DEEP S.E.A.: Khvay Samnang, Aditya Novali and Donna Ong’s tales of three cities


In our third post on Primo Marella Gallery’s “DEEP S.E.A.” exhibition, we examine different responses from three Southeast Asian artists to the realities of contemporary urban life.

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“DEEP S.E.A.”: Singapore artist Ruben Pang’s search for “melody in white noise”


Singapore-born painter Ruben Pang talks with Art Radar about his unconventional way of approaching painting in the second of a short series of posts on artists in late 2012 Italian exhibition “DEEP S.E.A.”.

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“DEEP S.E.A.”: Why concept determines medium for Burmese artist Aung Ko


In the first in a short series of examinations of artwork in Primo Marella Gallery’s “DEEP S.E.A.” exhibition, curator Iola Lenzi talks to Art Radar about Myanmar artist Aung Ko’s artworks and practice.

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Indonesian contemporary art in Italy: Primo Marella maps emerging Asian art regions


The last half of a two part series on Indonesian art in Italy. We talk to Primo Marella, owner and director of the Milan-based Primo Marella Gallery about mapping Asia for European audiences.

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Indonesian contemporary art in Italy: A “faraway world” brought closer to Rome


An exhibition at the MACRO in Rome signals a significant European breakthrough for artists from the world’s largest archipelago, Indonesia.

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Engaging tour of public sculptures in Taipei – Borneo Post Online


In his November 2011 BorneoPost online article, writer Ghaz Ghazali explores Taipei and thrusts the city’s public art into the limelight.

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