Delhi’s artist-led United Art Fair opposes ‘monopolised aesthetic’


The artist-centred United Art Fair, which aims to move away from the “monopolisation of aesthetics” by mainstream art, will feature 520 emerging and established Indian artists selected from 1,850 entries.

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“Boutique” Abu Dhabi art fair welcomes 6 new Asian galleries


Abu Dhabi Art recently announced the participating galleries for its fourth edition, set to run from 7 to 10 November 2012. This year, six new galleries from Asia have been added to the exhibitor list.

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Changing global retail landscape: Can Hong Kong art galleries adapt? Part II


In part two of an essay for Taiwan-based art magazine ArtcoArt Radar founder Kate Cary Evans discusses the tectonic shifts in the Hong Kong art scene over the past decade and what they mean for the future.

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Sydney Contemporary 2013: ART HK founder Tim Etchells’ newest fair venture


ART HK founder Tim Etchells has launched Australia’s newest art fair, an international biennial event called Sydney Contemporary that is to be held in 2013.

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Art Fair Tokyo expands venue in 2012


Art Fair Tokyo has announced that it will be expanding its venue in 2012, using all of the available space in the Tokyo International Forum Exhibition Hall.

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Singapore Tyler Print Institute first Southeast Asian gallery to attend The Armory Show


In 2012, the Singapore Tyler Print Institute will participate in The Armory Show in New York City. STPI is the first Southeast Asian gallery ever to attend Armory.

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Lado Sarai: New Delhi’s “new high street of art” – AFP


Art Radar takes a closer look at the proliferating galleries and art spaces of Lado Sarai, an art district that has sprung up in the south west of New Delhi, India.

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What is ahead for contemporary Asian art, 2012 and beyond? Part II


The past decade has seen galleries expand, both in their reach and roles. Just how are they responding to the challenges of a globalised world? We explore in the second post in our 2012 and beyond art trend series.

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