Get Indonesian street art smart: Glimpses from ISAD


The Indonesian Street Art Database (ISAD) is a new artist-run project that aims to archive street art in Indonesia as a documentation of the country’s urban culture.

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How magic was the Yokohama Triennale 2011? Highlights round up


After the terrible disasters that befell Japan this year, Art Radar looks at the works that made The Yokohama Triennale 2011 live up to its theme “OUR MAGIC HOUR”.

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One World Exposition: ambitious Chinese media art symposium in Hong Kong – event alert


“One World Exposition”, a project curated by Videotage, aims to “re-engage contemporary Chinese art from regional, national and global perspectives.”

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Chin Chih Yang’s roving projections challenge Art Taipei audience: video and interview


Art Radar interviews Chin Chih Yang on the multidisciplinary work be brought to Art Taipei 2011

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Thai installation artist Rirkrit Tiravanija’s relational aesthetic – Studio Banana TV video interview


Thai installation artist Rirkrit Tiravanija appears in another great video interview by Studio Banana TV in which the internationally known artist talks on social intentions.

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Words in Art: Australian artist Josephine Starrs maps rivers with poetry


Australian artists Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski use poetry, local quotes and lyrics in their environmentally-conscious new media art.

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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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Japanese artist Hiroshige Fukuhara reappears after 8 year absence – Art Radar interview


JAPANESE ARTIST INTERVIEW PAINTING DRAWING EMERGING ARTISTS Eight years ago, Japanese artist Hiroshige Fukuhara was building up a successful career as a promising contemporary artist. He showed work at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in 2001 then disappeared from the contemporary … Continue reading