Hong Kong’s emerging ‘Occupation Points’: Linda Lai – interview


Art Radar profiles the latest new art space to appear in Hong Kong, Linda Lai’s Floating Projects in Wong Chuk Hang, and conducts an interview with the acclaimed professor, historian and new media pioneer.

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A search for Hong Kong tradition through 6 artists – Part 2


In a two-part series, Art Radar looks into the exhibition “Here is Where We Meet” at Duddell’s Hong Kong, which investigates how “tradition” intersects with the practice of six Hong Kong artists.

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Russia’s Ural Industrial Biennial announces participating artists


The 3rd Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art unveils impressive roster of Russian and international artists for 2015.

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A search for Hong Kong tradition through 6 artists – Part 1


“Here is Where We Meet” is a summer exhibition at Hong Kong-based Duddell’s until 5 October 2015 bringing together six of the city’s most acclaimed artists in an exploration of tradition, individuality and place.

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Lee Kit and Chantal Wong launch new independent art space in Hong Kong


‘Things’, a new independent art space is being launched in Hong Kong this September.

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William Lim: Collecting Hong Kong – Artshare video


Architect, artist and collector William Lim talks about his passion for collecting Hong Kong art, while sharing his views about his home city’s place in the global art scene.

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Sharjah Biennial announces opening programme and participating artists


The twelfth edition of the Sharjah Biennial has announced its opening schedule from 5 to 7 March 2015, as well as the full list of 55 participating artists hailing from all corners of the world and presenting new and existing works.

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UK’s largest exhibition of Chinese art at Asia Triennial Manchester – in pictures


Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art’s Jiang Jiehong tells Art Radar about curating shows in 6 venues in Manchester featuring 30 renowned Chinese artists as part of Asia Triennial 2014 themed “Conflict and Compassion”.

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