“Earth Families”: Indian artist Reena Saini Kallat at the Manchester Museum


In a hybridity that also characterises her practice, Kallat’s works interact with the Museum’s collection in a thought-provoking dialogue about identity, memory, history and the natural world.

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Art jobs and opportunities | Palestinian Museum, Setouchi Art Triennale, Oslo National Academy of the Arts… and more


Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is an archive of openings in the visual art world.  Whether you are an artist or an aspiring curator, a market analyst or a scholar, Art Radar Opportunities has listings that will pique your interest. Every week … Continue reading

Preview: 5 gallery highlights from Bazaar Art Jakarta


Indonesia’s first-established and biggest art fair Art Jakarta returns to the capital occupying the majestic Ballroom of the Ritz-Carlton.

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5 Highlights from the Asian Art Biennial 2015


The 5th Asian Art Biennial at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA) themed “Artist Making Movement” demonstrates how art can also affect social change.

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What is Dansaekhwa? Art Radar explains


Art Radar defines Dansaekhwa that literally translates to ‘monochrome painting’ in Korean in its latest ‘What is…?’ series.

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Batons, bones and guns: an interview with mixed-media artist Sara Rahbar


Iran-born installation artist Sara Rahbar talks to Art Radar about her successful ‘Flag’ series and about transitioning from textiles to wood and found-objects.

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Taiwan’s first ‘Art Bank’ opens in Taichung


Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture inaugurates the Art Bank Programme in Taichung, which aims at promoting young Taiwanese artists through the acquisition, exhibition and renting of their works to other institutions at home and abroad.

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Science, technology and visual art: Artists in a hybrid world


“TEA/Super Connect–2013 International Techno Art Exhibition”, an exhibition at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts from 10 August to 27 October 2013, brought together international artists working with biology, medicine, computer science and robotics to create their works.

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