“It’s my most complex work yet”: Conceptual artist Lee Mingwei on his installation “Luminous Depths” – interview


Taiwanese conceptual artist Lee Mingwei talks to Art Radar about his most recent installation Luminous Depth and why it is the most complex and representative work of his career.

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Space: The final frontier for Hong Kong’s artists?


Artists in up-and-coming international art hub Hong Kong, one of the densest and most expensive cities in the world, find that land prices and low availability of space have a real impact on their art.

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Challenges for China’s contemporary photography: Dali International Photography Festival 2013


The 5th Dali International Photography Exhibition, from 1 to 5 August 2013, showcased a wide range of contemporary photography from China, proving the increased awareness and interest in the medium, but still presenting some major issues of low quality and standards.

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Taiwan and Tuvalu shine spotlight on climate change’s consequences at Venice Biennale 2013


The Polynesian island of Tuvalu’s inaugural pavilion at the Venice Biennale presents the work of Taiwanese eco-artist Vincent J. F. Huang, drawing attention to the realities and dangers of global warming.

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