Indian artist Ashta Butail wins 5th edition of BMW Art Journey


Indian artist Ashta Butail represented by GallerySKE is the winner of BMW Art Journey 2017.

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Anxieties of a shifting geopolitical order: Para Site and KADIST Art Foundation co-present “Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs” in Hong Kong


Curated by Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero, the travelling exhibition is based on intertwined lines of tension and narratives found today in Asia and beyond.

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The India Art Fair 2016 scorecard: spotlighting India’s great artists


Art Radar explores who faired well and what’s to learn at India Art Fair 2016.

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Sudarshan Shetty appointed as curator of Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016


Influential Indian artist Sudarshan Shetty is named new curator of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.

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Art Basel 2014 has never been stronger, closer to Asia – fair round up


Art Radar roamed the grand halls of Messe during Art Basel 2014 to gain some insight into the Asian galleries present and to detect current trends in the international art market.

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A catalyst for growth in the Middle East: Director Antonia Carver on Art Dubai 2014 – interview


Art Dubai Director Antonia Carver talks to Art Radar about the fair, its significance in the region and in the world, and how it’s actively supporting cultural development.

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Keeping it clean: Indian artist Krishnaraj Chonat on changing histories – video interview


Krishnaraj Chonat talks to Kathryn Myers for her “Regarding India: Conversations with artists” interview series about his obsession with India’s changing landscape and the effects of rapid urbanisation.

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Indian, Chinese, Japanese galleries and talks at Frieze fair London October 2008


ART FAIR LONDON Frieze Art Fair 16-19 October 2008 Regent’s Park, London Frieze Art Fair is one of the premier global art fairs and competition among galleries around the world for one of the 150 stands is fierce. This year … Continue reading