A “Universe of Possibilities”: Taiwanese artist Charwei Tsai – interview


Art Radar speaks with unconventional multimedia artist Charwei Tsai who embellishes the realms of human perception with literary mantras.

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10 highlights from the 20th Biennale of Sydney


The Biennale of Sydney is the longest running exhibitions of its kind after Venice and São Paulo. In its 20th edition, Artistic Director Stephanie Rosenthal from London’s Haywood Gallery presents works by 83 artists under the title the future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed. The title refers to how technology is surpassing expectations of what we could expect in the future; however, these advances, like many resources, are not available to all.

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“The Future is Already Here”: 2016 Biennale of Sydney announces 71 artists and 7 embassies


Artistic Director Stephanie Rosenthal announces a dynamic artist list and sci-fi-inspired exhibition programme for the 20th Biennale of Sydney, running from 18 March to 5 June 2016 across multiple venues in the city.

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Thinking Performance at Asia Contemporary Art Week 2015, New York – Leeza Ahmady interview


Asia Contemporary Art Week’s Director and Curator Leeza Ahmady speaks to Art Radar about the third installment of FIELD MEETING focused on performance art.

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“Ink Remix”: Contemporary ink art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong – in pictures


Contemporary ink art from Greater China takes centre stage in a major touring exhibition in Australia.

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Mumbai rising: As Christie’s moves into India, gallerists give a view from the ground


Art Radar speaks to three galleries in Mumbai to find out how global auction house Christie’s and its plans for its inaugural sale in December 2013 will affect the art scene and the operations of the galleries.

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Sovereign Asian Art Prize: Finalists from six never-nominated countries in 2013


The finalists for the the 2012 to 2013 Sovereign Asian Art Prize, announced 30 January 2013, include six entries from countries that are new to the nominations.

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