Largest-ever “Rain Room” arrives in Shanghai: Random International interview


Art Radar interviews Random International founders Florian Ortkrass, Stuart Wood and Hannes Koch about their artistic process and their project ‘Rain Room’ opening in Shanghai’s Yuz Musuem on 1 September 2015.

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Ancient temples, architecture and the modern surveillance state: Sri Lankan artists in the Diaspora – interview


Art Radar chats with two Sri Lankan artists on their diasporic experience and how this has influenced their art practice.

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China’s Shi Shaoping, 3000 eggs and the essence of existence


After a 12,000 km journey around China, Chinese artist Shi Shaoping brings his 3000 ceramics eggs to Bejing’s Today Art Museum, creating an installation that explores “the essence of life”.

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Shezad Dawood artist or feature film producer? Asian Art Newspaper interview


Shezad Dawood discusses the nature of his work and the artistic process involved in his upcoming feature film with the Asian Art Newspaper.

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Most groundbreaking contemporary art from East? Three top art experts say no


Last week Art Radar outlined in an article the arguments presented for the motion by three of the speakers involved in “The Most Groundbreaking Contemporary Art is from the East” debate. This week we outline the arguments against the motion as presented by art professionals Sarah Kent, Kenny Schachterand Richard Wentworth.

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New project on Chinoiserie and contemporary art to launch at London's Victoria and Albert Museum


CHINESE CONTEMPORARY ART CHINOISERIE CONFERENCE Originating in the 17th century to describe the Western fascination with Chinese art and design, the phenomenon of Chinoiserie will be the focus of a new three year project SINOPTICON: Contemporary Chinoiserie in Contemporary Art … Continue reading