Xinjiang artist Aniwar Mamat: Silk Road Traditions As “Canvas” for Geometric Abstraction – interview


Aniwar Mamat speaks to Art Radar about his practice of tapestry painting, his influences and inspirations, as well as his most recent solo show at Pékin Fine Arts.

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Geometric abstraction: Xinjiang artist Aniwar Mamat’s tapestries at Pékin Fine Arts, Hong Kong


“Sunlight Reflects”, the first solo exhibition in Hong Kong at Pékin Fine Arts by Beijing-based painter Aniwar Mamat, is a tribute to the labour intensive process of handcraft.

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Preview: Ink Asia 2015 in Hong Kong


The first art fair dedicated to ink art launches in Hong Kong this December.

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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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The rise of Hong Kong street art – signs of a new creative awakening?


Street art is surging in Hong Kong.

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Contemporary art in Beijing: Art Radar guide


Art Radar provides an insightful guide to the vibrant and ever-growing Beijing art scene, with its plethora of museums, galleries and non-profit art spaces.

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Social change and art, Wang Qingsong’s way – Artnet video interview


In a video produced by Artnet, Wang Qingsong shares his personal, professional and conceptual motivations behind his photography and video works with Heather Russell, the company’s senior specialist in Asian Modern and Contemporary Art.

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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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