Exhibition missed? National Art Gallery Singapore has solution – resource alert


The National Art Gallery, Singapore has launched Exhibition Panoramas and Art Radar takes a virtual tour to find out how close to a real show experience the feature is.

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Mella Jaarsma in rare Manila performance art residency


Multidisciplinary artist Mella Jaarsma was one of four artists invited to take part in a rare performance art residency hosted by Filipino gallery Manila Contemporary.

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How does ART HK 11 250+ gallery sign-up compare with other fairs?


In it’s 2011 edition, ART HK has reported a gallery attendance of over 250, an enormous number for any fair. We compare this number with that of other fairs around the world.

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Taiwan eco-art exhibition Going Green tours America – curator interview


Environmental art in Asia is not a subject we’ve touched on much here at Art Radar. So when we heard about “Going Green”, an environmental art exhibition that took Taiwanese artists and their art to America, we decided to interview curator Jane Ingram Allen to find out more.

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Most groundbreaking contemporary art from East? Three top art experts say no


Last week Art Radar outlined in an article the arguments presented for the motion by three of the speakers involved in “The Most Groundbreaking Contemporary Art is from the East” debate. This week we outline the arguments against the motion as presented by art professionals Sarah Kent, Kenny Schachterand Richard Wentworth.

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Groundbreaking art from East or West? Top art professionals debate at Saatchi


Art enthusiasts and those at the top of the art profession gathered on 11 November at The Saatchi Gallery to witness “The Most Ground Breaking Contemporary Art is from the East”. This debate, organised by Intelligence Squared, a global forum for live debate that is dedicated to producing knowledge through contest, explored the growth of Eastern economies and its effect on the globalised art market. And sitting among the audience was Art Radar, armed with a tape recorder and notepad, busy getting the information we pass onto you now.

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3 contemporary Chinese painters make Artprice report top 10


ASIAN ARTISTS CHINESE CONTEMPORARY PAINTERS ART MARKET Three Chinese artists feature in Artprice’s top 10 of contemporary painters by revenue, alongside four Americans and three Europeans. Artprice claims there is a turn towards ‘‘figurative American and Chinese painting, at the … Continue reading

Chinese auction houses climb worldwide revenue rankings – Artprice


Apparently oblivious to the recession, the Chinese art market posted its best-ever six-month auction earnings in the second half of 2009. Reflecting the rising importance of the Middle Kingdom in the world economy, China’s auction houses are claiming more and more spots in the world’s top 10 by revenue. Three of them appear in the Artprice Contemporary Art Market 2009/2010 Annual Report rankings.

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