Martha Atienza wins Baloise Art Prize at Art Basel Statements 2017


The Baloise Art Prize 2017 at Art Basel is awarded to Filipino artist Martha Atienza and American Sam Pulitzer.

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“Duddell’s x Biennale of Sydney. Abstraction of the World” at Duddell’s, Hong Kong


Curated by Mami Kataoka, the exhibition explores the structure of cosmic space and the natural phenomena of the world.

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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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6 Middle Eastern, African and Asian artists from La Biennale de Montréal 2016


The 2016 edition of La Biennale de Montréal includes works by 55 artists and collectives from 23 countries.

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Redefining abstraction: Haegue Yang’s search for the elusive elephant – video


Korean artist Haegue Yang’s recent exhibition at the Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art cements her status as one of the leading international artists of her generation.  Art Radar summarises a recent video published by Mutualart about the defining, ‘homecoming’ show held in Seoul from February … Continue reading

7 notable installations at the Sharjah Biennial 2015


Art Radar highlights 7 notable installations at Sharjah Biennial 12, created by artists from Asia, Africa and the Middle East and reflecting on the intertwining histories and visual cultures of the regions.

Conceptual installations created by artists from Asia, Africa and the Middle East reflect the intertwining histories and visual cultures of these neighbouring regions.

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Mobile M+: Inaugural moving image programme explores mobility and migration


Hong Kong’s M+ launches its inaugural moving image project exploring themes of contemporary migration, mobility and home through works from the museum’s growing moving image collection.

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