The India Art Fair 2016 scorecard: spotlighting India’s great artists


Art Radar explores who faired well and what’s to learn at India Art Fair 2016.

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Preview: Art Taipei 2015


The two-decade old Art Taipei 2015 presents its largest and most global edition to date.

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5 Highlights from the Asian Art Biennial 2015


The 5th Asian Art Biennial at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA) themed “Artist Making Movement” demonstrates how art can also affect social change.

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A catalyst for growth in the Middle East: Director Antonia Carver on Art Dubai 2014 – interview


Art Dubai Director Antonia Carver talks to Art Radar about the fair, its significance in the region and in the world, and how it’s actively supporting cultural development.

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Water that sustains and destroys: Rina Banerjee’s installation at Freer Sackler – podcast


Indian-American artist Rina Barnerjee explains her practice’s connection with the environment and diaspora, in a podcast talk produced by the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries in the context of her installation A World Lost on show at the museum.

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Kiran Nadar Museum of Art: Education priority for India’s first private institution


The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA), which opened in 2010, is India’s first philanthropic, profit-free contemporary and modern art museum.

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Culture writer attests to growing popularity of Indian artists in France


In an article published on DNA (Daily News and Analysis) in early November, culture writer Madhu Jain argues that France is trying to revive its status in the world of art. High-quality exhibitions like the recent one by Takashi Murakami in the Chateau De Versailles and Claude Monet shown at the Grand Palais are pulling crowds of visitors. Parallel to this trend, there is a growing fascination with Indian artists in the European art scene.

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Hong Kong hailed as art’s Promised Land by Art+Auction Magazine


HONG KONG ART MARKET The state of the arts in Hong Kong are strong and flourishing, earning Hong Kong the high praise of being touted as Asia’s arts ‘promised land’ by Art +Auction Magazine in the March 2010 issue. The article … Continue reading