6 Gallery highlights from VOLTA13 Basel


Art Radar brings you 6 must-see gallery booths at VOLTA art fair in Basel.

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“I Thought of You”: Chinese ink artist Peng Wei at Suzhou Museum


The Suzhou Museum’s Contemporary Art Gallery becomes the stage for a play between Peng Wei’s ethereal, timeless ink artwork and the architectural surroundings of the exhibition spaces.

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Preview: 8 highlights from Art021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair and West Bund Art and Design


Art Radar takes a look at some of the highlights from both ARt021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair and West Bund Art and Design.

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“Ink Remix”: Contemporary ink art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong – in pictures


Contemporary ink art from Greater China takes centre stage in a major touring exhibition in Australia.

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Christie’s Hong Kong autumn auctions: A pan-Asian vision


Christie’s Hong Kong’s autumn auctions for Asian Contemporary, which closed on 24 November, broke new records showing renewed strength in the Asian art market.

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“If the Shoe Fits”: Feet, femininity and Asian women artists – book review


Writer and curator Patricia Karetzky conducts an intriguing investigation on the metaphor of the shoe in her e-book ‘Femininity in Asian Women Artists’ Work from China, Korea and USA: If the Shoe Fits’ (2012), invoking enthralling themes of femininity, identity and ancestry.

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Is ink the next thing? Evidence mounts of growing interest in Chinese ink painting – Redbox


    CHINESE INK       The international debut of contemporary ink painting from China already follows the wake of enthusiasm for Chinese contemporary art says the must-read Beijing-based Chinese art news site Redbox. Speculations of an energetic revival … Continue reading