Outsiders in their homeland: the Philippine Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale


Art Radar checks into “The Spectre of Comparison”, the Philippine Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2017.

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“Manila: Beyond the Envelope”: 4 American Filipino artists on transnational identity


Manila’s political and economic past inspires American Filipino artists to reconcile their present in an exhibition at San Francisco’s Kearny Street Workshop.

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“First Look” at the Asian Art Museum reveals a strategy of expansion


San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum unveils its growing contemporary art collection.

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8 artists to know at Art Paris Art Fair 2015


Art Radar profiles 8 artists from Asia, the Middle East and Africa at Art Paris Art Fair 2015.

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Art Radar’s 15 most-searched contemporary Asian artists, July to December 2011


Art Radar‘s most-searched artists from June to December 2011. Ai Weiwei takes the number one spot and South Korean artists see a spike in popularity.

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Words in Art: How does Manuel Ocampo avoid alphabet soup?


Manuel Ocampo talks to Art Radar Asia about how he uses words and philosophy as a tool of expression in his paintings and so joins our Words in Arts series.

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Art Radar explores use of words in Asian contemporary art: A series introduction


Art Radar Asia introduces the reader to a new series of interviews with Asian artists working with words in art. Among the artists and artist groups we speak with are Raqs Media Collective (India), Hung Keung (Hong Kong), Sujata Bajaj (India), Wenda Gu (China), Manuel Ocampo (Philippines) and Josephine Starrs (Australia). We have asked them questions about why and how they use words, script and text in their works and why language is significant to their work and to their world.

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