How do time gaps affect urban spaces? Young Indian artist Prajakta Potnis explores


The third solo presentation of Prajakta Potnis with The Guild gallery in Mumbai, entitled “time lapse”, explores the intimate and public spaces of Mumbai and Kolkata through the meshes of time.

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Palais de Tokyo expands: More room for international contemporary art


Eleven Asian artists have been included in the inaugural edition of La Triennale, which was launched at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris on 20 April 2012.

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India Art Fair 2012: For international galleries, India focus among emerging economies


A round-up of the India Art Fair which ended on 29 January 2012. Art Radar finds out what the overall reception of the fair was this time around.

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Japanese artist Hirotoshi Iwasaki draws time with video – picture feast


Thirty-year-old Japanese artist Hirotoshi Iwasaki combines drawing and animation to create flip book-like artworks and video pieces that explore time, memory and space.

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Unapologetically political Burmese artist Chaw Ei Thein discusses her country and her art: Asia Art Archive interview


MYANMAR ART BURMESE ART ASIA ART ARCHIVE ARTIST INTERVIEW After growing up under Myanmar‘s military junta, Burmese artist Chaw Ei Thein‘s works is unapologetically political. In a recent interview with Asia Art Archive the artist speaks about the connection between … Continue reading

The ones to watch: four young Taiwanese artists in Taipei Arts Awards


Taipei Arts Awards celebrates works of talented up-and-comers Four winners have been selected from 380 submitted works in the Taipei Arts Awards 2009. Ni Xiang, Chang Li-ren, Chang Huei-ming and Tao Mei-yu won with large-scale mixed-media installation pieces. The judging … Continue reading