FIELD MEETING at Asia Contemporary Art Week 2014, New York – interview (part 2)


Art Radar’s interview with Asian Contemporary Art Week’s Director Leeza Ahmady and Associate Curator Xin Wang continues. In this instalment, Ahmady and Wang talk about creating a communal studio experience during a two-day forum called FIELD MEETING.

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6 artists to know at the Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale 2014


Art Radar profiles 6 artists who stretch the concept of sculpture beyond material objects. The 8th edition of the Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale runs at the OCT Contemporary Art Terminal in Nanshan until 31 August 2014. Art Radar investigates its curatorial … Continue reading

“Ten Million Rooms of Yearning”: Art, sex and desire in Hong Kong – curator interview


Para Site’s “Ten Million Rooms of Yearning. Sex in Hong Kong” curators talk to Art Radar about the connections between sex and sexuality, desire and the city’s social and historical contexts that inform the show.

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Chinese contemporary art according to Instagram – curator Rachel Marsden on who to follow now


China’s best artists and arts practitioners on Instagram, according to curator Rachel Marsden.

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What’s in store for Chinese art in 2014? Colin Chinnery’s watch list


Artist, curator and Artistic Director of Wuhan Art Terminus Colin Chinnery reveals to Art Radar his key predictions for the year of the horse in China’s art world.

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Dystopia in Beijing: Cao Fei’s Haze and Fog – book review


Art Radar reviews an e-book of critical essays on Cao Fei’s Haze and Fog, a film commissioned by the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) in Manchester and shown at the CFCCA from 26 October to 7 December 2013.

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Three trends in Chinese contemporary art – Karen Smith book review


Karen Smith’s second book in the “As Seen” series outlines the emerging trends and developments in Chinese contemporary art, presenting 36 key artists’ profiles.

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