ART HK crash course: all you need to know – Art Radar past coverage


ART HK 12 is mere days away and to celebrate Art Radar offers a list of some of our past posts on the largest and most respected art fair in Asia dating back to 2008.

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ART HK sponsor Deutsche Bank backs Frieze in New York


By supporting New York’s inaugural Frieze Art Fair, Deutsche Bank is now the lead sponsor of all three Frieze events. In Asia, ART HK is one of the bank’s most important art partnerships.

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Large art is back, reports The Art Newspaper


According to The Art Newspaper, Large art is making a comeback. The resurgence of massive art comes on the crest of an increase in the number of gigantic gallery and museum spaces.

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Japanese artist Hirotoshi Iwasaki draws time with video – picture feast


Thirty-year-old Japanese artist Hirotoshi Iwasaki combines drawing and animation to create flip book-like artworks and video pieces that explore time, memory and space.

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Art Radar most popular posts spring 2011: ART HK 11, online art business, emerging artists


We bring you a list of our most popular posts published in spring 2011, as chosen by our most loyal readers. Articles about ART HK 11, the contemporary art market and emerging Asian artists made it into this list of ten top posts.

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Artist Silas Fong’s daring Hong Kong video solo – soundslide


Listen to up-and-coming Hong Kong video artist Silas Fong talk on his latest solo in the city, “Memory Disorder” while images of his work slide by.

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What is the future of contemporary ink painting? Asia Society panel discussion


The future of contemporary ink as a medium was explored by ink art experts in an Asia Society-organised panel discussion in May 2011. Lively audience time followed the talks.

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Brain scans reveal the power of art – The Telegraph


As reported in The Telegraph in May 2011, some works of art have now been scientifically proven to provoke intense feelings of pleasure in human test subjects.

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