“After Darkness”: Southeast Asian contemporary art at Asia Society, New York


The group show at Asia Society questions the power of art to respond to our global social and political occurrences.

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“Hansel & Gretel”: the art of surveillance by Herzog and de Meuron with Ai Weiwei in New York


Art Radar reviews the collaborative art installation exploring surveillance, created by the team behind Beijing’s Olympic Stadium, the Bird’s Nest.

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5 artists to know from the Vietnamese Young Artists Association


Art Radar explores the history of the Vietnamese Young Artists Association (VYAA), established in November 1966 and disbanded in 1975, and introduces five of its influential members still active today.

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Before the fame: Yoko Ono’s early years at MoMA in New York


The retrospective of the early years of Yoko Ono at MoMA in New York fulfills a prophecy and cements her status as a pioneering figure in the art world.

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Shifting tensions in Vietnamese contemporary art: A brief history


Art Radar takes a look at Vietnam’s art historical context to explain the dynamics of its contemporary art, with its current arbitrary censorship and art spaces’ bold strategies to circumvent it.

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