Preview: 6 highlights from Asia Now art fair, Paris


2nd edition of Asia Now, a boutique art fair dedicated to Asian contemporary art, is the latest to join Paris’ list of October art events.

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Preview: Art Taipei 2015


The two-decade old Art Taipei 2015 presents its largest and most global edition to date.

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Gillman Barracks might be in trouble as galleries leave


Though famed international art cluster at Gillman Barracks is losing one third of its tenants, Singapore’s art scene continues to grow at a staggering pace.

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“Fair-tigued”: Are there too many art fairs?


Art Radar investigates the burgeoning fair industry, its effects on the art world and the diverse perspectives of dealers, collectors, artists, critics and the slew of players in the global art scene.

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2015: new calendar and format successful – fair round up


The third edition of Art Basel Hong Kong closed on 17 March 2015 with strong sales and a star-studded turn-out, offering rich regional flavours and providing a significant boost to the Asian art scene.

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Contemporary art in Manila: Art Radar guide


Art Radar brings you its art city guide for Manila, Southeast Asia’s most progressive art hub.

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The New Filipino Natives at Lightbombs, Hong Kong – Zoe Peña interview


Lightbombs Founder and Director Zoe Peña talks to Art Radar about the place of Filipino contemporary art in the international art scene and their latest exhibit “The New Natives”.

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