Kapsul: A new way to organise art online? Resource alert


Kapsul, an art world-specific image and video searching and sharing site, was launched in February 2012. Does it deliver what it promises to art professionals? Art Radar takes a closer look.

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Lado Sarai’s Art Nite: one night, 9 New Delhi art galleries – event alert


Lado Sarai, one of India’s newest gallery districts, is holding nine exhibition openings in one night on 5 April 2012, an event certain to attract art professionals and enthusiasts alike.

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Filipino migrant workers in Hong Kong recreate urban spaces – ARCO interview with Marisa Gonzalez


Spanish artist Marisa González’s 2010 project, “Female (Open) Space Invaders” documents the lives of Filipino migrants in Hong Kong.

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State of art appreciation in Pakistan – The Express Tribune


Pakistan has seen a wave of interest in its contemporary artists. Some critics remain sceptical about this popularity, however. Is the Pakistani art industry is still immature?

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Tibetan art installation brings homeland to exiles


Tenzing Rigdol, a Tibetan contemporary artist, transported 20,000 kilograms of Tibetan soil to Dharamsala, India, for Our Land, Our People, a site-specific installation piece.

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Who are Australia’s top arts philanthropists? ArtsHub names 6


ArtsHub recently named Australia’s top six arts philanthropists, individuals who made a difference by supporting the Australian arts scene.

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Hong Kong Wan Chai Visual Archive: community art experimentation


Art Radar looks at the history and development of the Wan Chai Visual Archive, a non-profit, community-focussed, short-term art space in Hong Kong.

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