“Rehearsals from the Korean Avant-Garde Performance Archive”: exhibition curator Je Yun Moon – in conversation


Art Radar interviews curator Je Yun Moon from the London-based Korean Cultural Centre UK about the exhibition “Rehearsals from the Korean Avant-Garde Performance Archive”.

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Monochrome and Minimalism: 6 Dansaekhwa artists in New York


New York exhibition at Blum & Poe compares and contrasts the Korean art form Dansaekhwa with American Minimalism.

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Christie’s Hong Kong autumn auctions 2015 evidence evolving trends for Asian art


Christie’s autumn art auctions in Hong Kong, which wrapped on 30 November 2015, demonstrate a continued healthy appetite for Asian modern and contemporary art despite challenging market conditions.

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Sotheby’s Hong Kong spring sales 2015 reinforce momentum of Asian art market


The modern and contemporary art sales at Sotheby’s closed on 5 April showing that Asian collectors are eager to spend on top quality Asian art.

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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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13 Korean artists in survey at Singapore Museum to March 2009 – IHT


Yim Tae-kyu ‘Fly Away Home’ KOREAN ART SINGAPORE Singapore Art Museum 8 November 2008 – 15 March 2009 Over the past six decades, Korea has witnessed enormous economic and social changes that artists have responded to with a diverse range … Continue reading

Ravenel Art announces first Hong Kong auction of modern and contemporary art


  AUCTION NEWS HONG KONG In a move which supports the growing status of Hong Kong as Asia’s art market hub, Taiwanese auction house Ravenel Art announces its first Hong Kong auction of Contemporary and Modern Asian Art on Monday … Continue reading