“Disguise: Masks and Global African Art” at the Fowler Museum, UCLA – in pictures


12 artists of African descent explore identity, politics and culture in the act of disguise in an exhibition at the Fowler Museum at University of California, Los Angeles running until 13 March 2016.

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Art internships | Artis, Sotheby’s London… and more


Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is a convenient archive of openings in the visual art world.  Whether you’re an artist or an aspiring curator, a market analyst or a scholar, Art Radar Opportunities has listings that will pique your interest. Every week … Continue reading

Art Internships | Asia Art Archive, The Getty Foundation…and more


Looking for new career options in the arts? Art Radar Opportunities is a convenient archive of openings in the visual art world.  Whether you’re an artist or an aspiring curator, a market analyst or a scholar, Art Radar Opportunities has listings that will pique your interest. Every week … Continue reading

1:54 African art fair makes New York debut


The first international African art fair debuted in New York during Frieze Week.

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Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed transforms traditional techniques into lush 3D forms – interview


Art Radar speaks with Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed to learn more about his most recent work with traditional Azerbaijani textiles, and how the artist avoids being held “hostage to tradition”.

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Internships | Nexus Club, National Gallery of Art…and more


Looking for an internship in the art world? Art Radar compiles some of the best opportunities for you.   Are you interested in: a comprehensive list of internships in the field of art? connecting with other art interns? advice and help for … Continue reading

Fire, soot and Sanskrit: Interview with Japanese artist Etsuko Ichikawa


Works in Etsuko Ichikawa’s newest series, “Aquagraphs”, are on display at the Seattle Art Museum’s TASTE Restaurant in an exhibition that runs until 10 February 2013. We interview the artist to find out more.

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Guggenheim shows copy of Cai Guo Qiang sculpture


CHINESE NEW YORK EVENT “Unbeknownst to the casual viewer, Cai’s spectacle, “Inopportune: Stage One,” isn’t the real thing. It’s a copy. The original is 3,000 miles away at the Seattle Art Museum” says Newsweek. A small army of assistants and a … Continue reading