Which Asian artists get into European museums? A close look at Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid


Art Radar has a close look at the case of Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofía and its collection between 2000-2015.

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7 art books for Christmas 2016


Top picks in 2016 contemporary art publishing: the holiday season list.

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Korean artist Anicka Yi wins Hugo Boss Prize 2016


Experimenting with technology, science and nature, conceptual artist Anicka Yi embraces discomfort in her boundary-pushing practice.

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The 5th Anyang Public Art Project: pondering art and society


Opening in October 2016, APAP 5 will feature a roster of significant Korean and international artists.

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Of Time, Places and People: “Time of Others” at the Singapore Art Museum


An exhibition exploring boundaries, differences and ‘otherness’ in a survey of contemporary art from the Asia-Pacific region. “Time of Others” tours four major Asian museums with its third stop being the Singapore Art Museum featuring over 25 artworks by 17 … Continue reading

Southeast Asian art in a global context: National Gallery Singapore Director Eugene Tan – interview


Eugene Tan talks to Art Radar about the National Gallery Singapore and the future of Asian art.

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7 notable installations at the Sharjah Biennial 2015


Art Radar highlights 7 notable installations at Sharjah Biennial 12, created by artists from Asia, Africa and the Middle East and reflecting on the intertwining histories and visual cultures of the regions.

Conceptual installations created by artists from Asia, Africa and the Middle East reflect the intertwining histories and visual cultures of these neighbouring regions.

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Sharjah Biennial announces opening programme and participating artists


The twelfth edition of the Sharjah Biennial has announced its opening schedule from 5 to 7 March 2015, as well as the full list of 55 participating artists hailing from all corners of the world and presenting new and existing works.

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