Potted plants, boxed trees: Singaporean photographer Ang Song Nian explores our relationship with nature – video


Ang Song Nian turns his lens on plants and trees to understand the paradoxical human need to be close to as well as control nature.

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“Marking the Infinite”: Exhibition featuring 9 Aboriginal Australian contemporary women artists tours North America


Landmark exhibition highlights the female experience in Australia’s remote indigenous communities.

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Why Art Radar’s art journalism and writing course is unique


Art Radar‘s Certificate in Art Journalism & Writing is completely unique. It’s a big claim, we know, but it’s true. This course has three features, which together make it a total one-off. Read on to find out what they are. … Continue reading

5 articles by Art Radar Institute students


As Art Radar Institute is recruiting new students for its Course in Art Writing and Journalism 101 this summer, we present you some of our outstanding graduates’ articles from the past 2 years.

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Apply now and study art writing with Art Radar for less!


The price for the Art Radar Certificate in Art Journalism & Writing 101 will rise soon. Get your application in today to secure the current course fee. The increasingly international art world is becoming more difficult to navigate by the … Continue reading

Draped in nature: German-Ghanaian artist Zohra Opoku at Gallery 1957 – in pictures


German-Ghanaian artist Zohra Opoku’s solo show entitled “Sassa” opened on 10 June 2016, and is ongoing until 10 August at Gallery 1957 in Ghana.

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Why Art Radar’s art journalism and writing course is unique


Art Radar‘s Certificate in Art Journalism & Writing is completely unique. It’s a big claim we know, but it’s true. This course has three features which together make it a total one-off. Read on to find out what they are. … Continue reading