Tour new Tokyo art and design district – The Japan Times

The Japan Times takes a quirky look at a new Tokyo art district in Nihonbashi, publishing an article in which Kit Nagamura brings you a colloquial chronicle of his tour.

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What sold at Art Taipei 2011? Day 2 in pictures

Art Taipei opened Saturday 28 August and closed two days later. Art Radar was in attendance on Sunday and we bring you works that we noticed had earned the red dot.

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Disappearing art: Glass magazine reviews Art Fair Tokyo 2011

Glass magazine has published a series of snappy yet in-depth reviews of what selected booths had to offer at Art Fair Tokyo 2011. Five galleries are highlighted.

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North Korean life like Truman Show: Photography by Back Seung Woo

It is difficult to get a view of North Korea that isn’t pre-approved by the country’s authorities. South Korean Back Seung Woo’s photographs offer an alternative.

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Young Japanese curators bankrolled by Takashi Murakami – Japan Times

Report by The Japan Times on cutting-edge exhibitions organised by Japanese curator group 0000 that drew attention (and funds) from Takashi Murakami.

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Galleries say debut Art Stage Singapore brings diversity ART HK lacks

ART FAIRS SINGAPORE CONTEMPORARY ART EVENTS Art Stage Singapore made its success debut at Marina Bay Sands last week. While attendees praised the fair’s diverse yet strongly Asian audience, initial sales have been reported as mixed. Art Radar was there, taking … Continue reading

VIP Art Fair announces gallery and artist line-up: We list Asian participants

The week-long VIP Art Fair is soon to debut its entirely online event and has released a list of participating galleries and artist highlights. Opening on Saturday 22 January, this unusual fair is free to browse through but offers special features to VIP ticket holders. We list the attending galleries and artist/artwork highlights as well as give readers an idea of what to expect if they participate.

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Japanese gallery MEM re-opens in new Tokyo space with RongRong & inri exhibition

ART GALLERIES JAPAN ART EXHIBITIONS CHINESE ARTISTS MEM, an art gallery based in Tokyo that represents mainly Japanese contemporary artists, has moved to a new gallery space in NADiff a/p/a/r/t in Tokyo. MEM announced this news in early September so should … Continue reading