Preview: M+ Screenings: City Limits at Broadway Cinematheque, Hong Kong


The 3-day programme responds to the continent’s rapid transformations in city life over the past two decades.

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Hong Kong’s emerging ‘Occupation Points’: Linda Lai – interview


Art Radar profiles the latest new art space to appear in Hong Kong, Linda Lai’s Floating Projects in Wong Chuk Hang, and conducts an interview with the acclaimed professor, historian and new media pioneer.

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Chinese contemporary art – where to find the most up-to-date news


In her third and final article on online Chinese contemporary art resources, curator Rachel Marsden gives a list of blogs and websites to follow in order to keep up to date with what’s going on in China’s art scene.

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Chinese contemporary art according to Instagram – curator Rachel Marsden on who to follow now


China’s best artists and arts practitioners on Instagram, according to curator Rachel Marsden.

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One World Exposition: ambitious Chinese media art symposium in Hong Kong – event alert


“One World Exposition”, a project curated by Videotage, aims to “re-engage contemporary Chinese art from regional, national and global perspectives.”

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Ou Ning on Get it Louder – new voice in China’s visual arts scene


The third edition of “Get It Louder” (GIL), perhaps one of the most ambitious Chinese exhibitions representing emerging young talent across multiple fields, ran from 19 September to 7 November this year in Beijing and Shanghai. Curious about GIL’s mission and its growth, Art Radar Asia had an in-depth discussion with Ou Ning, the brainchild and chief curator of the event. Ou Ning himself is a wearer of many artistic hats and our interview also explores some of his experiences.

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Art Radar visits Shanghai leg of “Detour” – picture feast


Art Radar recently attended the eighth leg of “Detour”, a travelling exhibition of artist-decorated Moleskine notebooks, and took some pictures to share with you, our readers. This version of “Detour” was on display at Bund18’s 18Gallery in Shanghai from October 21 to November 20 and featured Moleskines by internationally-renowned Chinese artists, curators and photographers as well as illustrators, writers, architects, , film directors and graphic designers.

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