Palais de Tokyo expands: More room for international contemporary art


Eleven Asian artists have been included in the inaugural edition of La Triennale, which was launched at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris on 20 April 2012.

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MoMA collects numerous drawings by Hajra Waheed


Pieces from rising artist Hajra Waheed’s “Antranik Anouchian Passport Portrait Drawing series” were recently acquired by the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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Malaysian abstract expressionist Eric Quah’s Penang retrospective


Eric Quah talks to Malaysian English daily New Straits Times about his 44th solo exhibition, a retrospective spanning his international art career of almost five decades. We profile the artist.

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Words in Art: How Indian-born painter Sujata Bajaj uses Sanskrit on canvas


For the last interview in our year-long “Words in Art” series, Art Radar met with the Indian painter Sujata Bajaj in her Paris studio. Read on for an overview of her practice.

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Venice Biennale model outdated? Cultural citizenship an alternative – curator Ranjit Hoskote


Curator Ranjit Hoskote shares his views on the Venice Biennale model and his image of the event as a shift from spectacle to search engine, nationality to cultural citizenship.

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Emerging artists: 4 top posts from 2010 to 2011


In the fourth post of our ongoing ‘Lists’ series, we dig deep into our archives to bring you the best and brightest posts written by us on the topic of ‘Emerging artists’.

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Photographer David LaChapelle in Hong Kong: Asian art scene buzzing while New York’s stagnates


At the opening press conference for his Hong Kong debut solo, “The Raft”, David LaChapelle shares his thoughts on the Asian art scene and how Asia inspired his work.

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Words in Art: How does Manuel Ocampo avoid alphabet soup?


Manuel Ocampo talks to Art Radar Asia about how he uses words and philosophy as a tool of expression in his paintings and so joins our Words in Arts series.

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