Which Asian artists get into European museums? A close look at Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid


Art Radar has a close look at the case of Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofía and its collection between 2000-2015.

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Illuminating the peaceful balance of the infinite and the void: Nasreen Mohamedi at New York’s Met


The Met Breuer exhibits the work of an Indian modernist who rejected notions of modernity. In conjunction with the opening of The Met Breuer, a new contemporary and modern art space for New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, the retrospective … Continue reading

Contextualising Contemporary South Asian art: Diana Campbell Betancourt on Dhaka Art Summit 2016 – interview


Chief Curator Diana Campbell Betancourt speaks to Art Radar about the third edition of Dhaka Art Summit.

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Total eclipse: The “Black Sun” across cultures – picture feast


In “Black Sun” artist Shezad Dawood and curator Tom Trevor explore Jung’s ‘dark night of soul’, the solar eclipse as symbol of spiritual transformation.

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Role of the curator in maturing Indian art scene – interview Vidya Shivadas


Guest writer Rajesh Punj interviews Vidya Shivadas, Researcher at the Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art and an important figure in the Indian art scene.

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Indian art schools: which to follow, which to avoid


An article recently published on MumbaiMirror.com takes a look at two Indian art schools and explains why one has lost its way while the other is thriving.

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Indian contemporary artist Reena Kallat: Art Radar exclusive interview


INTERVIEW INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART  Reena Kallat (1973) is one of the best-known Indian contemporary artists today. In this Art Radar Asia exclusive interview she discusses her influences, artists she admires, the contemporary art scene and the painstaking techniques used to create her … Continue reading