“Prejudice at Home: A Parlour, a Library, and a Room”: British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare at James Cohan, New York – in pictures


British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare highlights issues of power and prejudice through the lens of history.

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“Elemental” by Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich at H Gallery Bangkok


Since returning to his homeland in 2002, Sopheap Pich has created a delicate yet intricate style in his sculptural works.

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Power 100: ArtReview lists the top 100 names in the art world for 2016


In this 15th edition of Power 100, while Swiss curator Hans Ulrich Obrist tops the list, Asia and Africa spots new entries.

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Modern women: 13 Lebanese female artists in “LEBANON MODERN!” at the Beirut Art Fair 2016


“LEBANON MODERN!” exhibition at the Beirut Art Fair 2016 highlights women artists from the country’s culturally rich modernist period.

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Documenting Japanese avant-garde and world art history: Shigeo Anzai’s photography


Japanese photographer Shigeo Anzaï’s oeuvre brings to life Japanese avant-garde art and Western experimental artists. In a two-part exhibition, White Rainbow gallery in London collects Japanese photographer Shigeo Anzaï’s work, which documents contemporary art history from Japan’s Mono-ha and avant-garde … Continue reading

Curating Hong Kong: Eve Tam on the Hong Kong Museum of Art – interview – Part 2


In Part 2 of the interview, Eve Tam talks about “lo-bal-isation”, curating as storytelling, and the Hong Kong Museum of Art’s plans during the three-year closure of its Tsim Sha Tsui premises.

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Asian Art as Global Art: new Asia Society Museum Director Tan Boon Hui – interview


Art Radar speaks to new Asia Society Museum Director Tan Boon Hui.

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Have fairs and biennials fallen out of step? The Art Newspaper


The Art Newspaper notes an unusual trend in the contemporary art world. Young artists from established countries like America are receiving less and less attention at biennials.

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