5 Asian contemporary art videos to watch on Art Radar


Art Radar has put together a list of 5 interesting videos and related articles on Asian contemporary art to review in Summer 2016.

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Duchamp and politics: Ai Weiwei at the Royal Academy in London – video


Royal Academy Artistic Director Tim Marlow speaks with Ai Weiwei on the occasion of his upcoming major solo exhibition.

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Sovereign Asian Art Prize: Finalists from six never-nominated countries in 2013


The finalists for the the 2012 to 2013 Sovereign Asian Art Prize, announced 30 January 2013, include six entries from countries that are new to the nominations.

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Changing global retail landscape: Can Hong Kong art galleries adapt? Part II


In part two of an essay for Taiwan-based art magazine ArtcoArt Radar founder Kate Cary Evans discusses the tectonic shifts in the Hong Kong art scene over the past decade and what they mean for the future.

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Hong Kong home for top-shelf White Cube art


White Cube is the latest in a string of international contemporary art interests moving into Hong Kong, hoping to take advantage of China’s growing taste for art collection.

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Groundbreaking art from East or West? Top art professionals debate at Saatchi


Art enthusiasts and those at the top of the art profession gathered on 11 November at The Saatchi Gallery to witness “The Most Ground Breaking Contemporary Art is from the East”. This debate, organised by Intelligence Squared, a global forum for live debate that is dedicated to producing knowledge through contest, explored the growth of Eastern economies and its effect on the globalised art market. And sitting among the audience was Art Radar, armed with a tape recorder and notepad, busy getting the information we pass onto you now.

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Art world big boys attend second Abu Dhabi art


Abu Dhabi Art, a fair now in it’s second year, has quickly “come of age” reports Abu Dhabi-focussed English-language paper The National. Attracting big name artists, museum-quality artworks and playing host to representatives from the world’s major galleries, the fair has placed “itself squarely on the world art map and [is] making its presence felt.”

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