Performance art in Sri Lanka: 4 reasons why it is time to take a look


Performance artist and Art Radar Institute student Godwin Constantine writes about the recent developments of performance art in Sri Lanka.

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Tumbling towards the mainstream in Kathmandu: interview with artist Kurchi Dasgupta


Art Radar interviews Nepal-based Indian artist, Kurchi Dasgupta, about how globalisation is affecting Nepalese contemporary art scene.

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Annoushka Hempel curates Sri Lanka’s untold stories at the Brunei Gallery in London – interview


Curator Annoushka Hempel talks to Art Radar about the contemporary art scene in post-war Sri Lanka and the fresh artists participating in Brunei Gallery’s first Sri Lankan exhibition, “Serendipity Revealed”, from 9 October 2014 to 20 December 2014.

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Rare double showing of Sri Lankan drawing: exhibitions London, Colombo


“DRAWINGS”, a concurrent exhibition of two senior artists’ recent work held in Columbo and London in late 2012, is a step towards bringing Sri Lankan art to an international audience.

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ART HK 12: Redefining the space we live in – Asia Art Archive Open Platform speakers


On Friday 18 May 2012, Asia Art Archive once again held their Open Platform programme. Two of the groups discussed art and its role in negotiating public spaces, but with very different approaches.

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