Materiality and Tradition: Korean Dansaekhwa master Chung Chang-Sup – artist profile


Art Radar profiles Dansaekhwa master Chung Chang-Sup, whose series “Meditation” is on show at Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong, until 21 December 2016.

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“Hybridizing Earth, Discussing Multitude”: the 10th edition of Korea’s Busan Biennale


This year’s Busan Biennale runs from 3 September to 30 November at the city’s Museum of Art. It reflects on the art biennales system and the complex notion of multitude.

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Hong Kong Fall auction results show resilient Asian art market


Hong Kong auction results prove art market is still holding strong.

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Modern artists dominate Christie’s Hong Kong spring sales


Asian modern and contemporary art continues to gain ground among collectors at Christie’s Hong Kong’s spring auctions.

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Sotheby’s Hong Kong spring sales 2015 reinforce momentum of Asian art market


The modern and contemporary art sales at Sotheby’s closed on 5 April showing that Asian collectors are eager to spend on top quality Asian art.

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What is Dansaekhwa? Art Radar explains


Art Radar defines Dansaekhwa that literally translates to ‘monochrome painting’ in Korean in its latest ‘What is…?’ series.

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