Korean Artist Project adds 21 curator-selected artists to website – resource alert


Following the success of its inception in 2011, the Korean Artist Project has updated their website and doubled the number of artists for 2012 to 42.

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Adequate professional talent for China’s expanding arts infrastructure? The New York Times


Does China lack the professional talent and collection strength to support its new arts infrastructure? The New York Times recently published an article on China’s rapid expansion.

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Art museum independence challenged – The Guardian


In a scathing review of Damien Hirst’s ongoing Tate Modern retrospective, Hari Kunzru of The Guardian questions museum independence.

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What motivates billionaire collector Victor Pinchuk? The Art Newspaper


An article in The Art Newspaper sheds light on the motivations of Ukrainian super-collector Victor Pinchuk. Art Radar sums up highlights from the original piece.

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Provocative agenda at huge Australian collector-owned museum


Art Radar follows art blogger Deirdre Carmichael to the provocative Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), located in Hobart, Tasmania to see what all the hype is all about.

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3 books, 3 views on museum direction – Art Newspaper review


Maurice Davies reviews three publications on museums for The Art Newspaper and notes three distinct views on the future use of these public institutions.

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Contemporary art funding in Asia: 5 top posts


Art Radar’s ‘Lists’ series continues with a look at five of the top posts on contemporary art funding in Asia.

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3 Asian contemporary art museums make Flavorpill worldwide top ten list


Cultural news website Flavorwire has published a top ten list of the best art museums worldwide. The list includes museum from the Asian region: Seoul, Beijing and Doha.

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