“Prejudice at Home: A Parlour, a Library, and a Room”: British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare at James Cohan, New York – in pictures


British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare highlights issues of power and prejudice through the lens of history.

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The Art of Numbers: Japan’s Tatsuo Miyajima at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia – artist profile


Using colour, light and numbers, Tatsuo Miyajima explores the nature of continual change in the world.

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Australian art via Instagram – 15 accounts to follow


Art Radar Start handpicks 15 exciting Instagram accounts to follow for the latest developments in the Australian contemporary art scene.

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Feeding Australia’s art hunger: Sydney Contemporary 2013 Director Barry Keldoulis – interview


Art Radar interviews Barry Keldoulis, CEO and Group Fairs Director of Art Fairs Australia Pty Ltd, about the new art fair Sydney Contemporary and the Australian art scene and market.

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Wangechi Mutu’s “surreal cosmos”: Kenyan contemporary art – picture feast


Kenya-born artist Wanghechi Mutu has her first retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, introducing her poetic works to a new audience and receiving favourable press reviews.

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Emerging replaces established: Chinese artists at 2012 Biennale of Sydney


A shift in the Biennale of Sydney Chinese artist selection mirrors the curatorial perspective of Australia’s influential White Rabbit Collection. Among the 101 artists on show, the eighteenth Biennale of Sydney, which opened to the public on 27 June 2012, … Continue reading

Professional “art bubble”: Who is in it and what do they do?


In an article for the New Zealand Herald on the re-launch of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Janet McAllister comments on the dubious relationship between art and money.

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Google Art Project “goes global”: treasure trove of Asian contemporary art


In addition to improved clarity and new capabilities, Google has also added eleven Asian museums that prominently feature contemporary art to Google Art Project.

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