Fire, soot and Sanskrit: Interview with Japanese artist Etsuko Ichikawa


Works in Etsuko Ichikawa’s newest series, “Aquagraphs”, are on display at the Seattle Art Museum’s TASTE Restaurant in an exhibition that runs until 10 February 2013. We interview the artist to find out more.

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Art Jog ’12: Fresh contemporary art makes for meaningful Indonesian fair


Organisers of the 2012 edition of Art Jog hope to stand out on the now-crowded Asian art fair calendar with their focus on emerging practitioners and an artist-centred exhibition format.

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Mongolian Mugi’s first Hong Kong solo: Rediscovering past lost to communism


Mongolian artist Munkhtsetseg Jalkhaajav, also known as Mugi, recently concluded her first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Her works commonly depict women and deal with the re-emergence of Mongolian heritage.

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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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New works by Xu Zhen’s MadeIn Company all about action


MadeIn artist collective held a solo exhibition of its new works titled Action of Consciousness which explored the concept of action.

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How magic was the Yokohama Triennale 2011? Highlights round up


After the terrible disasters that befell Japan this year, Art Radar looks at the works that made The Yokohama Triennale 2011 live up to its theme “OUR MAGIC HOUR”.

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Words in Art: How Indian-born painter Sujata Bajaj uses Sanskrit on canvas


For the last interview in our year-long “Words in Art” series, Art Radar met with the Indian painter Sujata Bajaj in her Paris studio. Read on for an overview of her practice.

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5 Indonesian painters in Hong Kong group show – picture feast


Work by five Indonesian painters was on show at Hong Kong gallery iPRECIATION. The selection included work by artists like Alfi Jumaldi and Budi Ubrux.

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