Alserkal Avenue’s 2012 art season to open amid expansion plans


Alserkal Avenue, an organically-grown, self-sustaining arts district in Dubai, is celebrating the opening of its annual art season on 10 September 2012.

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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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Who will reign over .art domain? E-flux wants crown


In 2011, the ICANN announced over five hundred new top-level domain names. Ten organisations, including E-flux, are vying for control over the coveted .art domain.

 

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Yellow River Arts Centre: “Ambitious” museum development for northwest China


Upon its completion in 2014, the ambitious eighty hectare Yellow River Arts Centre will incorporate multifaceted facilities for research, education and leisure.

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Australian art school graduate pockets 35,000 dollars with ‘science fiction prop’ sculpture


Lachlan Petras was awarded the AUD35,000 Dr Harold Schenberg Art Prize at the 2012 “Hatched” National Graduate Show at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art.

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Seeking Korea artist residency? International opportunities at Seoul Art Space Geumcheon


Seoul Art Space, founded in 2008, has a dual mission that differentiates it from other art foundations. It focuses on reviving abandoned and idle buildings into venues for artists.

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Malaysian abstract expressionist Eric Quah’s Penang retrospective


Eric Quah talks to Malaysian English daily New Straits Times about his 44th solo exhibition, a retrospective spanning his international art career of almost five decades. We profile the artist.

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New works by Xu Zhen’s MadeIn Company all about action


MadeIn artist collective held a solo exhibition of its new works titled Action of Consciousness which explored the concept of action.

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