Re-imagining the future with Filipino artist Mark Salvatus – interview


Filipino artist Mark Salvatus, known for his site-specific interventions and ingenious use of materials, talks to Art Radar about his practice and his view of contemporary art in the Philippines.

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Manila exhibition “You Have Every Right” examines gender roles in contemporary art – curator interview


The March/April 2013 exhibition “You Have Every Right” responds to Manila’s international ranking of eighth on the World Economic Forum’s 2012 Gender Gap Report.

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Questioning histories, liberties: Manila all-female exhibition “You Have Every Right” – picture feast


Seven women artists recreate memories and experiences of Manila for “You Have Every Right”, on display until 20 April 2013 at the Ateneo Art Gallery in Manilla.

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Tibetan art installation brings homeland to exiles


Tenzing Rigdol, a Tibetan contemporary artist, transported 20,000 kilograms of Tibetan soil to Dharamsala, India, for Our Land, Our People, a site-specific installation piece.

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Dining with Abramović and her nudes: Exploitation or art? Opinion round up


The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Arts sparked controversy when Marina Abramović’s planned performance was publicly condemned by American choreographer Yvonne Rainer.

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Young Russian contemporary artists on art as communication – video


Dmitri Venkov and Baibakov Art Projects explore the idea of art as communication in their 2008 video The World of the OtherArt Radar takes a look.

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Modernity through eyes of 8 South Korean photographers


Work by eight contemporary Korean photographers is on show at the Galerie Paris-Beijing in France. We take a closer look at the artists.

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Can graffiti still shock and challenge? Top Art Radar posts


Art Radar looks at a theme that has been a bone of contention in the art world for some time. Is street art finally being accepted as mainstream? Part of our ongoing ‘Lists’ series.

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