San Art collaborates with Paddle8 for first Southeast Asian auction – bid now!

Saigon’s prominent contemporary art non-profit is holding a fundraising auction. “Thresholds of Motion” is an online benefit auction organised by San Art, running until 18 December 2014. This is the first auction from Southeast Asia on the New York-based online platform Paddle8. … Continue reading

Contemporary art in… Ho Chi Minh City: Art Radar guide

Art Radar’s city guides series is back with the must-see art destinations in Southeast Asian art hub Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.

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Weekly Jobs and Opportunities | Media Coordinator at Manifesta Biennial, Scholarships for Korean Studies

Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is a convenient archive of openings in the visual art world. Every week we add new positions suitable for a variety of backgrounds and levels of experience. Whether you’re an artist or an aspiring … Continue reading

“Not allowed to exhibit” signs replace Phan Quang’s photographs in Ho Chi Minh exhibition

Works in Vietnamese artist Phan Quang’s February 2013 exhibition at Sàn Art in Ho Chi Minh City were censored by the Vietnamese government.

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Rip up Asia Art Archive mobile library collection in Vietnam

Asia Art Archive materials travel to Vietnam as part of a tour of Asia. Visitors to the library are encouraged to interact with the collection in unexpected ways.

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Leading non-profit institutions gathered by Tate Modern for art event: Art Radar Asia lists Asian participants

TATE MODERN ARTS FESTIVALS ASIAN ART INSTITUTIONS LISTS In celebration of the Tate Modern‘s tenth birthday, thirteen Asian art institutions were invited to join global arts festival No Soul For Sale: A Festival of Independents in early May this year. The event brought … Continue reading

Will Vietnamese non-profit art space Sàn Art shift the art scene from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh city? – interview Dinh Q Le

SOUTHEAST ASIAN CONTEMPORARY ART Here is a useful Art Info interview with artist Dinh Q. Le, one of the four founders of the renowned Vietnamese non-profit Sàn Art. Multimedia artist Dinh Q. Le will be having a solo show at MOMA in 2010. Read on … Continue reading