“Ink Remix”: Contemporary ink art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong – in pictures


Contemporary ink art from Greater China takes centre stage in a major touring exhibition in Australia.

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“China 8”: Germany’s largest show of contemporary Chinese art


Nine museums across eight cities unite for the largest ever show of contemporary Chinese art in Germany.

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Hong Kong artist Hung Keung’s digital art in a “yellow box” – Schoeni video interview


Hung Keung talks the possibilities of digital art in a “yellow box”, where art discourse in Asia would not have to conform to concepts that originated in the West.

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Words in Art: New media artist Hung Keung’s war on Simplified Chinese


In this interview, Hong Kong-born new media artist Hung Keung explores the philosophy behind Traditional Chinese characters. Part of our “Words in Art” series.

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Art Radar explores use of words in Asian contemporary art: A series introduction


Art Radar Asia introduces the reader to a new series of interviews with Asian artists working with words in art. Among the artists and artist groups we speak with are Raqs Media Collective (India), Hung Keung (Hong Kong), Sujata Bajaj (India), Wenda Gu (China), Manuel Ocampo (Philippines) and Josephine Starrs (Australia). We have asked them questions about why and how they use words, script and text in their works and why language is significant to their work and to their world.

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Happy holidays! From all at Art Radar


FROM ART RADAR For most websites ‘tis the season to reflect on the year past and Art Radar is no exception. And we have cause to celebrate. Among our biggest achievements for the year was our move to a new website … Continue reading

This is Hong Kong: video art exhibition highlights differences between Hong Kong and the mainland


HONG KONG VIDEO ART MOVING IMAGE Hong Kong’s identity revealed through moving image Hong Kong: a Chinese city, a territory, a post-colonial state. Since China regained sovereignty of the area from Britain in 1997, Hong Kong has been struggling to … Continue reading

A perspective on Viewpoints and Viewing Points – 2009 Asian Art Biennale


Writer for Art Radar Asia reflects on the exhibition Kate Nicholson, a Taiwan-based contributor to Art Radar, writes about her favourite picks from Viewpoints and Viewing Points , the 2009 Asian Art Biennale exhibition, currently on show at the National Taiwan … Continue reading