Preview: highlights at Frieze London 2017


Art Radar highlights some global art to seek out at Frieze London 2017.

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Passwords for Time Travel: Raqs Media Collective’s online commission for Remai Modern


New web work by Raqs Media Collective is a futuristic glossary on Remai Modern’s website.

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Photo Gallery: “Why Not Ask Again: Arguments, Counter-arguments, and Stories”, Shanghai Biennale 2016


Art Radar features an exclusive photo gallery of some of the highlights of the 11th edition of the Shanghai Biennale, closing on 12 March 2016.

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10 Highlights from the Shanghai Biennale 2016


The Shanghai Biennale “Why Not Ask Again: Arguments, Counter-arguments, and Stories” (12 November 2016 to 12 March 2017) at Shanghai Power Station of Art is curated by India’s Raqs Media Collective.

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Power 100: ArtReview lists the top 100 names in the art world for 2016


In this 15th edition of Power 100, while Swiss curator Hans Ulrich Obrist tops the list, Asia and Africa spots new entries.

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Recounting contemporaneity: India’s Raqs Media Collective – artist profile


Art Radar profiles internationally acknowledged New Delhi-based Raqs Media Collective by focusing on their latest transdisciplinary projects as curators and artists on view throughout the globe.

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Thinking Performance at Asia Contemporary Art Week 2015, New York – Leeza Ahmady interview


Asia Contemporary Art Week’s Director and Curator Leeza Ahmady speaks to Art Radar about the third installment of FIELD MEETING focused on performance art.

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6 artists contemplate freedom in “Waiting for the Wind” – in pictures


An exhibition in Kolkata, India, delves into issues of militarisation, violence, captivity and freedom through the work of six artists.

“Waiting for the Wind”, at Kolkata’s Experimenter gallery from 7 March to 26 April 2014, features Indian, Egyptian, Bangladeshi and Lebanese artists whose videos, installations and images explore issues of militarisation, violence, captivity and freedom.

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