Yokohama Triennale 2017 “Islands, Constellations and Galapagos” announces full list of artists


The Yokohama Triennale has announced the full list of 38 participating artists and art collectives and one project for its 2017 edition.

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Photo Gallery: Southeast Asian artists in “Mekong – New Mythologies”, Hong Kong Arts Centre


“Mekong – New Mythologies” at Hong Kong Arts Centre features the work of 18 Southeast Asian artists.

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Anxieties of a shifting geopolitical order: Para Site and KADIST Art Foundation co-present “Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs” in Hong Kong


Curated by Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero, the travelling exhibition is based on intertwined lines of tension and narratives found today in Asia and beyond.

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“Tell Me a Story: Locality and Narrative”: 11 stories from Asia at Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai


Shanghai’s Rockbund Art Museum presents “Tell Me a Story: Locality and Narrative”, featuring 11 artists from across Asia.

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Thinking Performance at Asia Contemporary Art Week 2015, New York – Leeza Ahmady interview


Asia Contemporary Art Week’s Director and Curator Leeza Ahmady speaks to Art Radar about the third installment of FIELD MEETING focused on performance art.

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Experimental Hong Kong and Chinese short films in London this September 2015


One year after the Umbrella Movement, film curators at UK’s videoclub and Hong Kong’s Videotage explore social and political connections between Hong Kong, China and the UK in “Both Sides Now II”.

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Finalists for Sovereign Asian Art Prize 2015 on show in Hong Kong


Works by the 30 Sovereign Asian Art Prize finalists, shortlisted from a total of 236 independently nominated entries from 13 countries, will be exhibited in Hong Kong from 11 to 13 March 2015.

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The continuous reinvention of Hong Kong art – Caroline Ha Thuc book review


Art writer Caroline Ha Thuc explains how Hong Kong’s contemporary art builds bridges between a place and its people. Hong Kong art is, according to art writer Caroline Ha Thuc, in a state of “continuous reinvention”.  In her newly released … Continue reading