Hugo Boss Asia Art 2015 shortlist reveals striking new artists


Hugo Boss Asia Art 2015 announces shortlist of emerging artists from China and Southeast Asia.

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Sara Raza appointed as Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator, Middle East and North Africa


London-based curator, critic and editor Sara Raza has been selected for the two-year residency as Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator, Middle East and North Africa.

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Jobs and opportunities | The Art Fund museum marketing assistant, Scenic World 2015 open call…and more


Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is a convenient archive of openings in the visual art world.  Every week we add new positions suitable for a variety of backgrounds and levels of experience. Whether you’re an artist or an aspiring … Continue reading

Think global, ‘art’ local: Curators discuss contemporary curatorial practice – conference


Eminent international curators discuss the role of art and curating in Asia in the radio show “Urgency and Relevance: A Curatorial Perspective”, aired on Clocktower Productions on 5 May 2014 as part of the series “Dialogues in Asian Contemporary Art”.

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FotoFest 2014 Biennial introduces leading Middle Eastern artists to the US


Wendy Watriss and Karin Adrian von Roques talk about Houston’s FotoFest Biennial, which just launched its 2014 edition with works of 49 artists from the Middle East and North Africa, marking the first time in its twenty years that the Biennial features photography from the region.

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Freedom to create: Myanmar’s artists explore an open society


Founder of Myanmar Art Nathalie Johnston gives an overview of how Burmese artists are embracing innovations in technology and using them in their creative processes, turning their practice towards new media art.

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Myanmar’s rural museums – Tun Win Aung and Wah Nu Guggenheim video interview


Husband-and-wife artists Tun Win Aung and Wah Nu talk about working together and transforming abandoned barns into exhibition spaces in ‘Museum Project’.

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