Shimmering country: Aboriginal Australian artists at The Met in New York


The exhibition of six monumental works from contemporary Aboriginal Australian artists represents a commitment to diversity from The Met.

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India Art Fair 2017: a gathering place for South Asian art – round-up


The ninth edition of the India Art Fair focused on strong sales and on showcasing contemporary artists. Art Radar takes a look at some of the highlights of this year’s Fair. The 2017 India Art Fair, held in New Delhi … Continue reading

“Lost Human Genetic Archive”: Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto at Tokyo Photographic Art Museum


Tokyo Photographic Art Museum celebrates grand re-opening and 20-year anniversary with exclusive exhibition of recent work by Hiroshi Sugimoto.

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The big picture: Iranian-American painter Nicky Nodjoumi – artist profile


Art Radar profiles Iranian-American artist Nicky Nodjoumi, whose large-scale works take an intimate look at the politics of today.

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Thinking Performance at Asia Contemporary Art Week 2015, New York – Leeza Ahmady interview


Asia Contemporary Art Week’s Director and Curator Leeza Ahmady speaks to Art Radar about the third installment of FIELD MEETING focused on performance art.

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Internships | Art India Mag, Sulger-Buel-Lovell Gallery…and more


Looking for an internship in the art world? Art Radar compiles some of the best opportunities for you.   Are you interested in: a comprehensive list of internships in the field of art? connecting with other art interns? advice and help for … Continue reading

Landmark contemporary ink exhibition at New York’s MET – picture feast


The MET’s “Ink Art: Past and Present in Contemporary China”, which opened on 11 December, is the latest exhibition to focus on works influenced by ink painting, calligraphy and literati aesthetics this year.

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What is the use of Google Art Project?


A new internet application from Google gives users access to famous art museums and artworks from around the world. But are there any practical uses for the feature?

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