Vanghoua Anthony Vue: finding a place between Hmong and Australian cultures


Art Radar catches up with artist Vanghoua Anthony Vue to talk about the influences of biculturalism in his work.

Continue reading

Debating street art: ISAD forums in Indonesia


ISAD is not only archiving street art, but also creating an ongoing discussion of the art form and urban culture in Indonesia, with organised talks by guest speakers. Art Radar spotlights ISAD’s first four forums.

Continue reading

Art Radar’s 17 most-searched terms, January to June 2012


Art Radar brings you our 17 most-searched terms from January to June 2012. Street art and art fairs were among the most popular topics in the first half of 2012.

Continue reading

Preserving Indonesian street art: ISAD director Andi Rharharha interview


The Indonesia Street Art Database (ISAD) is an online portal that is setting out to archive street art in Indonesia. Art Radar sits down with director, Andi Rharharha, to find out more.

Continue reading

Get Indonesian street art smart: Glimpses from ISAD


The Indonesian Street Art Database (ISAD) is a new artist-run project that aims to archive street art in Indonesia as a documentation of the country’s urban culture.

Continue reading

The Sticker Lady: Singapore street artist arrest


A 25-year-old female Singapore street artist has been arrested for painting “MY GRANDFATHER ROAD” around the city. The vandalism charge is sparking a debate over the legality and benefits of street art.

Continue reading

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.

Continue reading

What is ahead for contemporary Asian art, 2012 and beyond? Part III


In this third installation of our four part Asian art trends series, we look at trends that, while tangential to the contemporary art world, will have vital influence.

Continue reading