Taiwanese painter Lien Chien Hsing’s fictional reality – picture feast


Lien Chien Hsing returns Taiwan to nature, imagining its future as a country of ruins, in his paintings on show as part of “Between Reality and Fiction: Sceneries of the Mind”.

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Indian artist Sunil Gawde to create artwork for Taiwan subway line


Taiwan’s Bureau of High Speed Rail has commissioned Indian artist Sunil Gawde to create a public art installation for the airport subway line.

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Unravelling history in “Japanese House” – Tomoko Yoneda at ShugoArts


Japanese-style houses built in Taiwan at the turn of the century are the subject in a new series by photographer Tomoko Yoneda, called “Japanese House”.

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Biennials showcase Asian art globally: 4 top posts


In this addition to Art Radar’s “Lists” series we look at five of our best posts on Asian Biennials.

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Brazilian Ricardo O’Nascimento combines sound and textile in Taiwan artist residency


Brazilian new media artist Ricardo O’Nascimento was artist in residence at the Taipei Artist Village from May to June 2011. Read about how the city influenced his art.

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Unparalleled “NEW AGE: NEW MEDIA” exhibition shows 12 Australian and Chinese video works – 7 month China tour


A China first, “NEW AGE: NEW MEDIA” exhibition is showing twelve Australian and Chinese video works over seven months in a Chinese-wide tour that ends December 2012.

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Ai Weiwei now represented by Lisson Gallery, show in Taipei announced


CHINESE ARTISTS GALLERY REPRESENTATION ART EXHIBITIONS TAIPEI Ai Weiwei’s name is appearing on contemporary art news websites weekly, with new shows, artworks and events constantly making headlines. Now, The Art Newspaper has revealed a potential 2011 show in Taiwan and artdaily.org … Continue reading

Taiwan eco-art exhibition Going Green tours America – curator interview


Environmental art in Asia is not a subject we’ve touched on much here at Art Radar. So when we heard about “Going Green”, an environmental art exhibition that took Taiwanese artists and their art to America, we decided to interview curator Jane Ingram Allen to find out more.

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