7 Art Biennales not to miss in Autumn 2017


It’s Biennale season and Art Radar picks 2017 Autumn’s Biennales not to be missed.

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“Tales of Our Time”: Chinese contemporary art at the Guggenheim New York


“Tales of our time” presents Generation X’s perspectives on place and history at the Guggenheim New York until 10 March 2017.

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Stories and thoughts about Nothing special: Tsang Kin-Wah at M+ Pavilion, Hong Kong


Hong Kong artist Tsang Kin-Wah’s “Nothing” at the newly opened M+ Pavilion is an expansion of “The Infinite Nothing”, the artist’s solo presentation for Hong Kong at the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015.

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30 Years of Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester


For its 30th anniversary programme, CFCCA Manchester holds a number of exhibitions of some of China’s most celebrated artists. Launched in February 2016 and running until July, the “30 Years of CFCCA” exhibitions programme features high-profile artists from Greater China. … Continue reading

William Lim: Collecting Hong Kong – Artshare video


Architect, artist and collector William Lim talks about his passion for collecting Hong Kong art, while sharing his views about his home city’s place in the global art scene.

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4 books on Asian contemporary art collections – and a giveaway


Art Radar brings you 4 books that looks at 4 influential collections of Asian contemporary art and a chance to win a book giveaway.

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The continuous reinvention of Hong Kong art – Caroline Ha Thuc book review


Art writer Caroline Ha Thuc explains how Hong Kong’s contemporary art builds bridges between a place and its people. Hong Kong art is, according to art writer Caroline Ha Thuc, in a state of “continuous reinvention”.  In her newly released … Continue reading