The enduring nature of stone: Malaysian-Australian sculptor Hew Chee Fong


Hew Chee Fong’s latest exhibition “Don’t Dive Shallow in Seep Water” is a culmination of more than three decades of sculptural practice.

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Artists Navjot, Wu Mali discuss links between art, social change – museum talk


Indian artist Navjot and Taiwanese artist Wu Mali discuss art, feminism and social change in a November 2012 artist lecture at the Seattle Asian Art Museum (SAAM).

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Public art turns profit? New models for cultural investment


The Atlantic Cities ran an article in May 2012 on the financial sustainability of public art projects. The piece highlights two major Los Angeles artworks that brought tangible monetary gains.

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Ai Weiwei’s archeological Serpentine Pavilion finds success among ruins


Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has again teamed up with the Swiss design team Herzog & de Meuron to create the twelfth edition of the Serpentine Pavilion in London.

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Indian artist Sunil Gawde to create artwork for Taiwan subway line


Taiwan’s Bureau of High Speed Rail has commissioned Indian artist Sunil Gawde to create a public art installation for the airport subway line.

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Airports “shrines of public art”? Terminals to art museums in India


Could airports be the new shrines of public art in India? Art-interested travellers are in for a visual treat when stopping by the country’s New Delhi and Mumbai air transport hubs.

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Kazakhstani art festival ArtBatFest calls for public arts submissions


The third edition of ArtBatFest is set to run in Almaty, Kazakhstan, from 25 to 27 May 2012. The theme of this year’s festival is “2012: The Beginning of the World”.

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