5 Asian Megacities at Museum of Fine Arts Boston


11 artists imagine the past, present, and future of 5 megacities.

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The aesthetics of slum: Hema Upadhyay on urban displacement


Indian artist, Hema Upadhyay’s installation works reflect on displacement and urbanisation, depicting city landscapes as a jubilant chaos. Art Radar features the stunning oeuvre of the recently deceased Indian artist Hema Upadhyay, one of the brightest voices that the global arts scene … Continue reading

Fair season: Galleries prepare for Art Stage Singapore and India Art Fair 2015


Art Radar catches up with 6 international galleries participating in the first art fairs of the 2015 fair season in Asia. The art fair season in Asia ushers in a new exciting year for contemporary art, starting with Art Stage … Continue reading

Paradox opens in Singapore with diverse Indian contemporary artworks – picture feast


Paradox presents established and emerging artists, some never seen before in Singapore, in its inaugural exhibition of Indian contemporary art, “A Material Difference”.

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Culture writer attests to growing popularity of Indian artists in France


In an article published on DNA (Daily News and Analysis) in early November, culture writer Madhu Jain argues that France is trying to revive its status in the world of art. High-quality exhibitions like the recent one by Takashi Murakami in the Chateau De Versailles and Claude Monet shown at the Grand Palais are pulling crowds of visitors. Parallel to this trend, there is a growing fascination with Indian artists in the European art scene.

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Indian contemporary art survey Chalo at Mori in Japan to March 2009


    INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART SURVEY Chalo! India: A New Era of Indian Art 22 November to 15 March 2009 From the press release: “Chalo” is Hindi for “Let’s go.” With the words “Chalo! India” (Let’s go! India), we invite … Continue reading