Yang Fudong’s video installations a contemporary form of Chinese hand scrolls


Yang Fudong sheds some light on his unique aesthetic through on explanation of the video works now on show at Spring Workshop and Osage in Hong Kong.

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One World Exposition: ambitious Chinese media art symposium in Hong Kong – event alert


“One World Exposition”, a project curated by Videotage, aims to “re-engage contemporary Chinese art from regional, national and global perspectives.”

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Charmi Gada Shah recipient of FICA Emerging Artist Award 2011


A jury that included Bharti Kher and Sunil Gupta has selected installation artist Charmi Gada Shah as the winner of the 2011 Emerging Artist Award, initiated by FICA.

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Shezad Dawood artist or feature film producer? Asian Art Newspaper interview


Shezad Dawood discusses the nature of his work and the artistic process involved in his upcoming feature film with the Asian Art Newspaper.

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Israeli art scene online with Omanoot.com launch – resource alert


New Israeli art website Omanoot.org launched with locally produced video art and film. Founded by Edoe Cohen, work by Israeli visual artists will follow.

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Ou Ning on Get it Louder – new voice in China’s visual arts scene


The third edition of “Get It Louder” (GIL), perhaps one of the most ambitious Chinese exhibitions representing emerging young talent across multiple fields, ran from 19 September to 7 November this year in Beijing and Shanghai. Curious about GIL’s mission and its growth, Art Radar Asia had an in-depth discussion with Ou Ning, the brainchild and chief curator of the event. Ou Ning himself is a wearer of many artistic hats and our interview also explores some of his experiences.

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Artist Manit Sriwanichpoom’s pink prophecies for Thailand – Art Radar interview


“Phenomena and Prophecies” is an exhibition of over 100 photographic and video works by the internationally acclaimed Thai artist Manit Sriwanichpoom. In an interview with the artist, Art Radar explores how he uses photography to expose the brutal truth behind Thai society and to denounce consumerism through satirical compositions.

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ArtSway Associate Dinu Li’s new solo exhibition on China’s past and present – two Art Radar interviews


BRITISH-CHINESE ARITST PHOTOGRAPHY NEW MEDIA MULTIMEDIA RESIDENCY INTERVIEW QUAD Gallery at Derby, UK presents UK and China-based artist Dinu Li’s past, recent and newly commissioned works in a solo show “Yesterday is History, Tomorrow is Mystery“. This show is partly supported by … Continue reading