Seeing a world in a wild flower, a Buddha in a leaf: Xiaoyi Chen on the sublime and philosophy – interview


On the occasion of her exhibition at Rome-based Matèria Gallery, Chinese artist Xiaoyi Chen talks about her work, which merges western with oriental schools of thought exploring the sublime, beautiful and infinite.

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Preview: Art Basel Hong Kong 2016 – 9 booth highlights


The fourth edition of Art Basel Hong Kong will unveil a greater depth and range of art from Asia.

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Painting the conceptual: David Diao’s major retrospective at UCCA in Beijing – interview


Art Radar speaks to acclaimed New York-based artist David Diao as his major retrospective opens at Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, presenting the most complete collection of the artist’s work to date.

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Non-violence in art across place and time – in pictures


An exhibition at the Menil Collection explores the resonance of Gandhi’s ethics of non-violence in visual art.

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Young Chinese artist Li Hui lights up Netherlands: an Art Radar interview


CHINESE ARTIST SOLO EXHIBITION LIGHT ART NETHERLANDS Following his impressive solo exhibition last year in Mannheim, Germany, young Chinese artist Li Hui brings yet another surprise to the European art scene. In the pitch-dark exhibition space provided by The Centre of Artificial Light in … Continue reading