Digital Public Art Installation “Voyages” at H Queen’s (HQ) Building Marks New Developments in Hong Kong’s Art Scene

Large-scale digital art installation “Voyages” on the façade of H Queen’s building gave passers-by a taste of Hong Kong’s new cultural hub.

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Turkish art market: ignored no longer – CNN

Private and corporate collectors are playing a key role in the development of the Turkish art market. Are they replacing the traditional roles of wealthy patrons?

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Multiplicity of media in :mentalKLINIK Istanbul survey show

“That’s Fucking Awesome”, an exhibition of Turkish artist duo, :mentalKLINIK, was on view at the Haskoy Yarn Factory through October 2011.

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PiST///: a space for interdisciplinary art in Istanbul – art:21

ISTANBUL ART SPACES PROFILE Exploring the art scene of a new city can be a challenge. As we roam the Internet we occasionally discover profiles of off-the-beat art centres: here is one, published on art:21, that should inspire you to … Continue reading

Art so fresh it’s still wet at Contemporary Istanbul – video

VernissageTV has produced an insightful video on November’s Contemporary Istanbul 2010 where interviews with five gallery representatives are combined with shots of the fair hall. The video highlights, among other things, the growing sophistication of attending collectors and the freshness of the works being presented for sale. A new date for the fair is announced; next year the fair will coincide with the 12th International Istanbul Biennial.

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International contemporary artists produce unique works for Istanbul

NEW MEDIA ART FESTIVAL INSTALLATION Akbank art centre, Istanbul continues with its exhibition “The Rhythm of Istanbul“, in collaboration with the Akbank Jazz festival. Marking the twentieth anniversary of this world renowned music festival, it will feature installations by six … Continue reading

Leading non-profit institutions gathered by Tate Modern for art event: Art Radar Asia lists Asian participants

TATE MODERN ARTS FESTIVALS ASIAN ART INSTITUTIONS LISTS In celebration of the Tate Modern‘s tenth birthday, thirteen Asian art institutions were invited to join global arts festival No Soul For Sale: A Festival of Independents in early May this year. The event brought … Continue reading