“Things Lost/Remembering the Future”: South Asian artists at Ganges Art Gallery


Inaugural exhibition at Ganges Art Gallery in Kolkata seeks to spark dialogue through region’s contemporary art practices.

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Myanmar artist Aye Ko wins Joseph Balestier Award for Freedom of Art 2017


A finalist for three consecutive editions, Aye Ko tops the 2017 shortlist including female artists Arahmaiani from Indonesia and Chaw Ei Thein from Myanmar for the Joseph Balestier Award for Freedom of Art.

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Finalists announced for 2016 Joseph Balestier Freedom of Art Award


The shortlisted finalists for the Joseph Balestier Award for Freedom of Art 2016 include Lee Wen, Aye Ko and Nguyen Trinh Thi.

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Myanmar’s art education: Out with the old, in with the new


As Myanmar rapidly modernises, the country’s artists are beginning to question the traditional art education system, proposing new models for learning and creating in the globalised art world.

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Outside influences seep into Myanmar art scene – New York Times


In an article written for The New York Times, Ceil Miller Bouchet introduces us to the budding art scene in Yangon, the biggest city in isolated Myanmar.

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Performance art festival Action Script aims to provide deeper understanding of art form – event alert


PERFORMANCE ART HONG KONG FESTIVALS Art Radar Asia would like to notify you of what we consider an important and interesting Asia Art Archive performance art festival, Action Script – Symposium on Performance Art Practice and Documentation in Asia, which will … Continue reading

Myanmar artists access international art community, Art Radar speaks to Aye Ko about +ROAD


ART PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW MYANMAR ARTIST AND ART SCENE Late last month, Art Radar spoke with Nindityo Adipurnomo, one of the executive directors of Cemeti Art House, about the recent “+ROAD” collaborative project and exhibition between five young artists from Myanmar and five … Continue reading

Nindityo Adipurnomo talks with Art Radar on "+Road" collaboration with Myanmar artists, "gambling spirit" of Indonesian collectors


ART PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW INDONESIAN ART EVENTS In an Art Radar Asia exclusive interview with Cemeti founder Nindityo Adipurnomo, we hear the fascinating story of their latest venture working collaboratively with artists from Myanmar.  Read on to learn how cultural conflicts and … Continue reading