Art Jog ’12: Fresh contemporary art makes for meaningful Indonesian fair


Organisers of the 2012 edition of Art Jog hope to stand out on the now-crowded Asian art fair calendar with their focus on emerging practitioners and an artist-centred exhibition format.

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ART HK 11 top topics media round-up: Ai Weiwei, Gao Weigang, ASIA ONE and gallery sales


Art Radar collects what journalists, critics, bloggers and Tweeters had to say on the top trends of ART HK 11: Ai Weiwei, Gao Weigang, ASIA ONE and gallery sales.

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19 Indonesian contemporary artists in first Australian commercial showcase – Art Radar interviews MiFA


MiFA’s “Closing the Gap” is Australia’s first commercial survey of contemporary Indonesian art but educating collectors and the public is just as important as sales.

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Nindityo Adipurnomo talks with Art Radar on "+Road" collaboration with Myanmar artists, "gambling spirit" of Indonesian collectors


ART PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW INDONESIAN ART EVENTS In an Art Radar Asia exclusive interview with Cemeti founder Nindityo Adipurnomo, we hear the fascinating story of their latest venture working collaboratively with artists from Myanmar.  Read on to learn how cultural conflicts and … Continue reading

Is Hong Kong a cultural desert? How can you become a better collector? Answers revealed at Asia Art Forum


ART PROFESSIONALS HONG KONG ART INDONESIAN ART ART COLLECTING Guest writer Bonnie E. Engel, a Hong Kong freelance journalist, presents Art Radar Asia readers with her perspective on the talks of two speakers at the this year’s Asia Art Forum, held … Continue reading

Overview Indonesian art – Only 5 of 50 auctionable artists today will have lasting value


INDONESIAN CONTEMPORARY ART HISTORY This long – save it for lunch-time! –  informative reportage piece written in 2008 is about the history of Indonesian contemporary art up to and including the 2008 art boom. Michael Vatikiotis employs anecdotes, artist interviews … Continue reading

Indonesian, Filipino prices rise at Sotheby's despite meltdown


  AUCTION SOUTH EAST ASIAN ART 2008 Sotheby’s autumn sales in Hong Kong were grim apart from the South East Asian sale which provided some much needed relief. The success of the sale prompted an ebullient quip from Sotheby’s entertaining auctioneer Chin … Continue reading