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Tag Archives: Hu Fang
Hong Kong art fair ART HK 12: Art practice and the camera lens – 3 artists discuss at Asia Art Archive
Posted on Sunday, May 20th, 2012
“Artists Through the Lens” was a series of conversations between curators and artists organised by AAA for ART HK 12. Art Radar watched via video stream and live-tweeted the talk.
Asia Art Archive-ART HK 12 ‘Open Platform’: speaking opportunity for international art practitioners
Posted on Monday, March 5th, 2012
Hong Kong’s Asia Art Archive has put a call out, asking for submissions from for their annual ‘Open Platform’ event, held in collaboration with Asia’s premier art fair, ART HK 12.
Art Radar visits Shanghai leg of “Detour” – picture feast
Posted on Wednesday, December 1st, 2010
Art Radar recently attended the eighth leg of “Detour”, a travelling exhibition of artist-decorated Moleskine notebooks, and took some pictures to share with you, our readers. This version of “Detour” was on display at Bund18′s 18Gallery in Shanghai from October 21 to November 20 and featured Moleskines by internationally-renowned Chinese artists, curators and photographers as well as illustrators, writers, architects, , film directors and graphic designers. Continue reading