Art, Food and the City: ‘The Unappropriated Recipes’, Para Site’s Kickstarter Campaign

Hong Kong’s Para Site art space launches Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for The Unappropriated Recipes, a book championing the connection between art, food and the city.

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Hong Kong-born artist Paul Chan wins 10th Hugo Boss Prize

Hong Kong-born, US-based Paul Chan’s “singular artistic voice” and versatile practice wins him Guggenheim’s 10th Hugo Boss Prize.

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The fences are down so look inside: Singapore Biennale 2011’s Old Kallang Airport – picture feast

Singapore Biennale 2011 has turned the city’s Kallang Airport into a venue for art, one that houses more work by artists in the event than any other biennale space.

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Collateral damage: Indian artist Sheela Gowda burns installation in UK gallery

Sheela Gowda, in conversation with Grant Watson, curator of her first UK solo “Therein & Besides”, discusses her ash and incense installation Collateral.

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1000+ wooden chips brought to life – Sheela Gowda UK curator tour

Art Radar Asia tours Indian artist Sheela Gowda’s first UK solo with guest curator Ruth Noack. The tour focusses on the ground-floor installation of all people (2011).

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Singapore Biennale 2011, 29 of 63 exhibiting artists are from Asia

The list of artists for the 2011 Singapore Biennale has been revealed. Beginning in early March, and this year titled “Open House”, SB2011 will feature over 150 works by 63 artists from 30 countries, with more than half of them premiering new works or creating new commissions. We have picked out the 28 artists who are living , working in or originally from the Asian region and listed them.

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Indian contemporary artist Reena Kallat: Art Radar exclusive interview

INTERVIEW INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART  Reena Kallat (1973) is one of the best-known Indian contemporary artists today. In this Art Radar Asia exclusive interview she discusses her influences, artists she admires, the contemporary art scene and the painstaking techniques used to create her … Continue reading

India's first art museum Devi employs student curators for its second show – review Livemint

  INDIAN ART MUSEUM SHOW Where in The World to 3 May 2009 Devi Art Foundation Renowned Indian art collector Anupam Poddar opened India’s first art museum, the Devi Art Foundation in 2008. ‘Where in the World’ is its second … Continue reading