Sovereign Art Prize announces finalists for 2016


The Sovereign Asian Art Prize’s 12th edition sees the “strongest yet” selection of museum-quality works from Asia-Pacific.

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4 young Filipino artists participate in Manila’s Artery Mentorship Program


Art Radar profiles 4 young Filipino artists participating in Artery Art Space’s Mentorship Program (AMP), which gives them an opportunity to learn from prominent figures in the country’s art scene.

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Japan’s Fumio Nanjo to curate new biennial in Honolulu in 2016


Mori Art Museum’s Director appointed Curatorial Director of the new Honolulu Biennial. The director of Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum (MAM) will curate the new biennial in Honolulu in 2016. The Biennial is part of an effort to include Hawaii in … Continue reading

The New Filipino Natives at Lightbombs, Hong Kong – Zoe Peña interview


Lightbombs Founder and Director Zoe Peña talks to Art Radar about the place of Filipino contemporary art in the international art scene and their latest exhibit “The New Natives”.

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Manila’s mean streets: The Filipino Street Art Project – part 1


Art Radar brings you Part 1 of a three-part series that focuses on Filipino Street Art Project, which delves into the Filipino street art scene in and around Metro Manila through a website, a fortnightly newsletter and a documentary film.

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Art after the storm: Filipino artists respond to Typhoon Haiyan


Filipino artists respond to the devastation caused by Haiyan, the second deadliest typhoon in the Philippines, organising fundraising events, art auctions, workshops, exhibitions, internet sales and donation platforms and more.

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Strength in numbers: 4 Southeast Asian art groups


Four Southeast Asian artists groups who address the lack of artistic and exhibition opportunities in their countries.

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Philippine art triumphant in America – picture feast


“Triumph of Philippine Art” brings Filipino art to America, examining the major social and political periods in the country’s history, from Martial Law to today’s climate of free expression.

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