Wild Project Gallery kicks off new exhibition series with: “Did you know… Kazakhstan?”


Wild Project Gallery opened a 10-person exhibition of emerging and established Kazakh artists whose work reflects the breadth of Kazakhstani culture twenty years after independence.

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Preview: Hong Kong’s Art Central Rise sector highlights


Art Radar handpicks 5 booths from Art Central’s Rise sector.

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Lifting the veil: photography and video by Kazakhstan’s Almagul Menlibayeva – artist profile


Art Radar profile the multidisciplinary artist Almagul Menlibayeva, who uses photography and video to reflect on the cultural transformation in Kazakhstan.

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10 Kazakh artists to know now


From the diverse group of artists exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Strasbourg, France, Art Radar handpicks ten exciting Kazakh artists and artist duos you should know.

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Japan’s Fumio Nanjo to curate new biennial in Honolulu in 2016


Mori Art Museum’s Director appointed Curatorial Director of the new Honolulu Biennial. The director of Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum (MAM) will curate the new biennial in Honolulu in 2016. The Biennial is part of an effort to include Hawaii in … Continue reading

East of Nowhere, important exhibition of rare post Soviet Central Asian art in Italy, 2009


CONTEMPORARY CENTRAL ASIAN ART Artworks from Central Asian artists hailing from nations that were formerly Soviet republics, including Kazahkstan, Afghanistan, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan, are on display in an inaugural event launching the new space of Fondazione 107, in … Continue reading

Pockets of change in Asian art infrastructure – interview Leeza Ahmady director ACAW


ASIAN CONTEMPORARY ART WEEK NEW YORK 2009 Asian Contemporary Art Week director Leeza Ahmady talks about the ‘ incredible’ initiatives in India and Hong Kong which are helping to build an Asian art infrastructure, Indian collector Anupam Poddar’s first time … Continue reading

Central Asian art joins mainstream market – Eurasianet


CENTRAL ASIAN ART The strong presence of Central Asian artists at recent art fairs and exhibits in New York is helping to underscore the fact that the region has joined the mainstream of the international art market reports Eurasianet. A … Continue reading