Study with Art Radar – writing course now open!


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“I’m not a journalist”: Pakistani neo-miniaturist Imran Qureshi – artist profile


The last few years have seen Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi’s work continue on an ever successful trajectory, gaining awards, attention and audiences worldwide.

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Coding art: Japanese collective teamLab in the digital renaissance – artist profile


Interdisciplinary ensemble teamLab creates high-tech interactive art installations imbued with traditional Japanese motifs that allow co-creation, reinventing the relationship between the artist, the artwork, and the audience. Art Radar spoke to the collective to find out more about their origin, raison d’etre, influences, creative process and plans for the future.

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Apply now and study art writing with Art Radar for less!


The price for the Art Radar Certificate in Art Journalism & Writing 101 will rise soon. Get your application in today to secure the current course fee. The increasingly international art world is becoming more difficult to navigate by the … Continue reading

Why Art Radar’s art journalism and writing course is unique


Art Radar‘s Certificate in Art Journalism & Writing is completely unique. It’s a big claim, we know, but it’s true. This course has three features, which together make it a total one-off. Read on to find out what they are. … Continue reading

Study with Art Radar – writing course now open!


Want to learn how to be a published art writer? Look no further! If you’ve been thinking about studying art writing, you’ve come to the right place. Read on and follow along to find out more about our writing course … Continue reading

Study with Art Radar – summer 2016 course now open!


Want to learn how to be a published art writer? Look no further! If you’ve been thinking about studying art writing, you’ve come to the right place. Read on and follow along to find out more about our writing course … Continue reading

Lee Mingwei explores impermanence through ‘Guernica in Sand’ – video


Lee Mingwei’s most elaborate and largest sand drawing titled Guernica in Sand (2006/2016), opened at Carriageworks at the 20th Biennale of Sydney on 23 April 2016. ABC News Breakfast spoke to the artist about the work, Art Radar shows the video.

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