“Digging a Hole in China”: exploring Land Art in the context of Chinese contemporary art


Group show “Digging a Hole in China” at OCAT Shenzhen investigates the “potential of land” when facing political and economical issues of globalisation, property and production.

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A selection of Chinese works from Fondation Louis Vuitton Collection – in pictures


The Fondation Louis Vuitton presents the works of 11 artists from its collection.

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“Bentu: Chinese artists in a time of turbulence and transformation” at the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris – in pictures


At the heart of the concept of “Bentu” lies the notion that cultural practitioners in China today are conducting a process of critical discovery of their identity, through a reconciliation of the local and the global.

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Para Site auction fundraises for ongoing growth and outreach


Hong Kong’s leading contemporary art centre will hold its annual fundraising auction on 27 October 2015, while bidding takes place online on Paddle 8 until the auction gala on 27 October.

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Hong Kong’s emerging ‘Occupation Points’: Linda Lai – interview


Art Radar profiles the latest new art space to appear in Hong Kong, Linda Lai’s Floating Projects in Wong Chuk Hang, and conducts an interview with the acclaimed professor, historian and new media pioneer.

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The genius of Uli Sigg unveiled at the Whitworth


An exhibition of the M+ Uli Sigg Collection arrives in Manchester for the last leg of its European tour – revealing the visionary nature of the collector.

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2015: Conversations with Cao Fei


Inaugurating the Art Basel Hong Kong 2015 Conversations Series, Chinese multimedia artist Cao Fei discussed her work with Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Co-director of the Serpentine Gallery in London.

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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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