Indian artist Nikhil Chopra’s performance work premieres in Australia


In September 2012, Carriageworks commissioned Indian artist Nikhil Chopra to develop a site-specific work in response to the space’s industrial history and architecture.

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Red stools central in first JavaArts Cambodian artist residency – picture feast


Cambodian-born artist Anida Yoeu Ali completes the inaugural artist-in-residence at JavaArts Gallery in Phnom Penh, Cambodia with the exhibit “The Space Between Inside/Outside”.

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Knowledge larger than life: Indian artist group Raqs’ big book Vancouver installation


New Delhi based Raqs Media Collective creates a site-specific work entitled Primary Education of the Auto-didact, which focuses on an independent approach to interpretation.

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New uses for Chinese ink: Jennifer Wen Ma paints hanging garden in Beijing


Jennifer Wen Ma, a Beijing-born New York-based artist, alters the traditional impressions of ink artwork with her latest installation Hanging Garden in Ink.

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Who is futureproofing Singaporean art? 26 young artists in SAM survey


A survey of Singaporean contemporary art, titled “The Singapore Show: Future Proof”, closed at the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) on 15 April 2012.

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Shanghai’s Birdhead combines poetry and photography for first London exhibition


CHINESE CONTEMPORARY ART URBAN LIFE Paradise Row gallery in London is currently running a show of new work by Shanghai-based photography duo Birdhead. The exhibition, entitled, “Welcome to Birdhead World Again, London” will feature a site specific installation. It runs … Continue reading

Japanese Paramodel artists combine Vietnamese, Japanese toys in new work


Japanese “art unit” Paramodel recently wrapped up their exhibition at the Japanese Foundation Centre in Hanoi, entitled “the plastic model of paramodel is paramodel”.

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Tatzu Nishi’s ‘Merlion Hotel’ over-hyped? Art Radar collects opinions and images


The Merlion Hotel could be considered the centre piece of the 2011 Singapore Biennale. What has response has it engendered from the public and critics?

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