“People, Money, Ghosts (Movement as Metaphor)”: curator Roger Nelson on Southeast Asian art – interview


The recent group exhibition at Jim Thompson Art Centre reflected on the increasing global mobility in the artistic community and beyond.

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“Inexplicable”: 18 young Chinese artists at Pearl Lam Galleries, Shanghai


Featuring 18 young Chinese artists, the exhibition explores contemporary emerging creative practice in China.

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Animation in ink: Chinese artist Liu Yi’s “Flowing Feast” at ShanghART Singapore


Merging traditional ink practices with animation techniques, Liu Yi’s style is delicate and at times surreal.

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“The Home, The Habit”: looking West and East with Iranian-born artist Nasim Nasr – in conversation


Iranian-born artist Nasim Nasr explores cultural and intellectual separation between West and East.

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Christie’s Hong Kong Spring Week Auctions set a new record – round-up


Zao Wou-Ki’s 29.09.64 (1964) sold for a record USD 19.7 million USD at Christie’s Hong Kong Spring auctions 2017.

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Reflecting the anxieties of our times through marble sculpture: Australia’s Alex Seton – artist profile


Art Radar profiles Australian artist Alex Seton by taking a look at his recent exhibitions at Sillivan+Strumpf gallery in Sydney and the Newcastle Art Gallery.

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“Social Media is Killing Art” debate at Art Basel in Hong Kong 2017 – summary


The “Social Media is Killing Art” debate brought together four art experts to discuss the pros and cons of social media.

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