FT/Oppenheimer Emerging Voices Award 2016 visual art winner and runner-ups


Art Radar takes a look at the winner of the art category of the 2016 Emerging Voices Awards and speaks to runners-up Noor Abuarafeh and Syowia Kyambi about being shortlisted.

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Iran’s first contemporary art auction: All works sold


Iran held its first contemporary art auction in Tehran on 22 June 2012, with all of the 73 lots selling for a total of approximately USD1.7 million.

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Whimsy or dark psychosis? Tate Modern Yayoi Kusama retrospective – review round up


The Tate Modern in London recently wrapped up a massive retrospective of works from Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. The exhibition covered all of Kusama’s major stylistic periods.

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Changing global retail landscape: Can Hong Kong art galleries adapt? Part II


In part two of an essay for Taiwan-based art magazine ArtcoArt Radar founder Kate Cary Evans discusses the tectonic shifts in the Hong Kong art scene over the past decade and what they mean for the future.

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London City Meet Up: Visit Yayoi Kusama retrospective with Art Radar


ART COMMUNITY LONDON Art Radar invites readers, students, contributors and friends to a get together in London on 16 February 2012 to view the spectacular, 14-room big Yayoi Kusama retrospective at Tate Modern. The tour will be followed by coffee, art … Continue reading

Rich swap stocks for art: Investment, passion or a bit of both?


A recent Deloitte and ArtTactic study concludes that the wealthy are allocating more funds into art, driving up art prices to record levels. What is driving this trend and is it sustainable, or even true?

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Contemporary collecting: Rise of the art adviser – Financial Times


The Financial Times investigates the profession of art advisory, a field which is experiencing rapid growth in today’s competitive art market.

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Financial Times discerns new collector type from BRIC, Middle East


Top auction houses Sotheby’s and Christie’s are putting together special sales in an effort to grab the attention of collectors from emerging markets, the Financial Times reports.

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