Video Art: Newfangled or here to stay? 6 must-read Art Radar posts


Though video art has been a cultural staple since the 1960s, it has proven especially popular with young and mid-career Asian artists. As part of our “lists” series, we’ve collected six of our best video art posts.

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Foreign-owned Beijing 798 gallery expands into creative entrepreneur incubator – WSJ Scene Asia


David Ben Kay’s Yuanfen Flow started out as a house, became a new media art gallery and is now a creative business incubator. Read on to find out more about this unique Beijing space.

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Stripping ‘Ophelia’ and more: 3 young Taiwanese new media artists in Hong Kong


Hong Kong-based gallery Input/Output (I/O) featured Taiwanese new media artists Yao Chung-Han, Lin Guan-Ming, and Chang Li-Ren in their show “Made in Taiwan”, which closed April 2012.

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Fourth Moscow Biennale all about new media art – review round up


Art Radar presents key ideas from commentators and critics at The Fourth Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, which was themed “Rewriting Worlds”.

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Unparalleled “NEW AGE: NEW MEDIA” exhibition shows 12 Australian and Chinese video works – 7 month China tour


A China first, “NEW AGE: NEW MEDIA” exhibition is showing twelve Australian and Chinese video works over seven months in a Chinese-wide tour that ends December 2012.

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Thai artist combines Japanese cartoons with traditional Thai motifs – Bangkok Post


Design becomes contemporary visual art at the hands of emerging Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai, who is inspired by Japanese manga and traditional Thai motifs.

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How to exhibit, collect and preserve new media art – resource alert


New media art collection is on the rise. But how do you look after it? We delve into EAI’s “Online Resource Guide for Exhibiting, Collecting & Preserving Media Art” to find out.

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19 Indonesian contemporary artists in first Australian commercial showcase – Art Radar interviews MiFA


MiFA’s “Closing the Gap” is Australia’s first commercial survey of contemporary Indonesian art but educating collectors and the public is just as important as sales.

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