City shows, financial woes: 2012 Shanghai Biennale round up


While the Shanghai Biennale’s new 2012 city pavilion concept attracted a lot of attention, it was overshadowed by financial and curatorial issues in the run-up to the event.

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Breaking down identity myths: Interview with Project for Empty Space founders – Part 2


Part two of Art Radar‘s interview with Meenakshi Thirukode and Jasmine Wahi focuses on their perspectives on South Asia’s artists and cultural development.

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Japanese-born curator Sayoko Nakahara awarded 2012 H+F Curatorial Grant


A young curator who was born in Japan but now lives and works in London, has been awarded the H+F Curatorial Grant.

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Role of the curator in maturing Indian art scene – interview Vidya Shivadas


Guest writer Rajesh Punj interviews Vidya Shivadas, Researcher at the Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art and an important figure in the Indian art scene.

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Judging Venice Biennale: How is the Golden Lion selected? Panellist interview


Part 2 of Art Radar’s interview with Liu Ding and Carol Yinghau Lu in which we ask Lu about her experience as judge of the Golden Lion Awards for the Venice Biennale in 2011.

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Thoughts can be art! Chinese artist-curator duo Liu Ding, Carol Yinghua Lu interview


Art Radar talks to Chinese artist-curators Liu Ding and Carol Yinghua Lu, who discuss their ongoing projects, Liu Ding’s Store – In Conversations and Little Movements.

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Work of 3 Chinese artists gets first time MoMA showing in performance photography exhibit – curator interview


We talk to MoMA about 3 photographs by Chinese artists Ai Weiwei, Rong Rong and Huang Yan, on show for the first time since their acquisition by the museum in 2008.

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Curators appointed for Higher Atlas El Badi Palace exhibition – Arts in Marrakech


Arts in Marrakech (AiM) has announced the two curators of the event’s the Main Visual Arts Exhibition, titled “Higher Atlas”, which is scheduled for 2012.

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