“Exciting region to be part of”: 7 galleries talk about India Art Fair 2013


What did attending gallerists think of the India Art Fair 2013? We bring you the experiences of seven galleries from India, Europe, West Asia and America.

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Young non-profit art gallery transforms Kuwaiti cultural landscape – director interview


Founded in 2011, Contemporary Art Platform (CAP), the only non-profit art gallery in Kuwait, provides free and progressive arts education to the public.

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From a Paris church to Kuwaiti malls: Artistic interventions in public spaces


Contemporary Art Platform Kuwait held a screening of Le passage des Chaises, a documentary about Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata’s very public practice, on 9 January 2013.

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4 emerging Hong Kong artists naturals at portraying nature


Hong Kong artists Nimchi Yuen, Silvia Chan, Flora Fok and Jessica Cheung are featured in a September 2011 group show at Karin Weber Gallery that explores the natural world.

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Asian artists bring cross-disciplinary work to New York’s Performa 11


Introducing the Asian artists performing at New York’s Performa 2011 performance art biennale.

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Qatar top contemporary art buyer internationally, reports Art Newspaper


According to an article published in The Art Newspaper, Qatar (and the Qatari Royal family) is the world’s biggest buyer of modern and contemporary art today.

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Get educated on Chinese art schooling – LEAP magazine


China-based bilingual art publication LEAP has put together an incredibly in-depth April 2011 issue that focusses on China’s art education system, past to present.

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South Asian artists: 4 top posts from 2009 to 2011


In the third 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 ‘South Asian artists’.

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