Photo Gallery: “Coriolis Effect: Migration and Memory” at Khoj Studios, New Delhi


“Coriolis Effect: Migration and Memory”, running from 29 to 4 October 2016, brings together the work of seven Indian and African artists as the culmination of their month-long residency at Khoj Studios.

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4 remarkable installations at the Istanbul Biennial 2015


Art Radar spotlights 4 gems at this year’s Istanbul Biennial.

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Contemporary art in… Delhi: Art Radar guide


Art Radar’s city guides series continues with tips and suggestions on what to visit for contemporary art and culture in India’s capital, New Delhi.

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Tate to work with Indian culture ministry on art initiatives


The Indian Ministry of Culture and UK’s Tate signed an agreement on 6 February 2014 in a bid to collaborate on projects and initiatives related to the modern and contemporary art of both countries.

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Asia’s “Art Cities of the Future”: Where are the region’s emerging art hubs?


The recently released Phaidon book Art Cities of the Future: 21st Century Avant-Gardes highlights twelve art cities of the future with unique avant-garde scenes, five of which are Asian.

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Weekly Jobs and Opportunities | ArthinkSouthAsia Fellowship Programme, Toto Photography Awards 2014


Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is a convenient archive of openings in the visual art world. Every week we add new positions suitable for a variety of backgrounds and levels of experience. Whether you’re an artist or an aspiring … Continue reading

Inspiring India: Experimenter Curators’ Hub 2013


The Experimenter Curators’ Hub, 26 to 27 July 2013, brings together ten international curators to discuss curatorial practices at a “crucial juncture” in India’s contemporary art history.

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Breaking down identity myths: Interview with Project for Empty Space founders – Part 2


Part two of Art Radar‘s interview with Meenakshi Thirukode and Jasmine Wahi focuses on their perspectives on South Asia’s artists and cultural development.

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