Where art and science meet: “Lucida & Lucida II” by Suki Chan at CFCCA Manchester – in pictures

Suki Chan’s “Lucida & Lucida II” at the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art (CFCCA), Manchester, looks to the rich territory that can be explored when art and science meet.

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Taiwanese artist Yin-Ju Chen’s “Extrastellar Evaluations II – A Dialogue Concerning Two Chief World Systems” at CFCCA, Manchester – in pictures

Multimedia artist Yin-Ju Chen encourages audiences to question the categories of art, science, superstition, history and ritual, whilst creating new mythologies around minimalist art.

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Ai Weiwei: “translocation—transformation” at 21erhaus, Vienna – in pictures

Ai Weiwei’s most significant show to date in Austria integrates his personal story and worldview with topical political issues, Chinese traditions and architectural interventions.

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A Beautiful Disorder: Chinese diaspora sculpture in the English countryside

Cass Sculpture Foundation unveils “A Beautiful Disorder”, an exhibition exploring the notion of politics, globalisation and modern life in China.

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“The Shadow Never Lies” at Minsheng 21st Century Museum – in pictures

In April 2016, Minsheng 21st Century Museum in the Pudong district of Shanghai opened “The Shadow Never Lies”, showcasing the work of 35 international artists.

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Holiday art gifts: 8 contemporary art, art history and artisan books for the ‘Asian art lover’

Art Radar handpicks 8 contemporary art, art history and artisan books on the broad subject of Asian art.

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Chinese artist Ling Jian holds first US solo show at Klein Sun Gallery New York

Ling Jian’s “Nature Chain” featuring sixteen large-scale oil paintings opened on 19 November and runs until 23 December 2015. Three years in the making, Ling’s exhibition contrasts images of women, some pleasing, others more challenging, with canvases depicting sharks charged with a raw, … Continue reading