5 Chinese social networks the art trade needs to watch – Mashable


Promotion on social media is overtaking traditional advertising methods in China, too. Art Radar showcases the latest developments in Chinese social media that may help the art trade.

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Preserving Indonesian street art: ISAD director Andi Rharharha interview


The Indonesia Street Art Database (ISAD) is an online portal that is setting out to archive street art in Indonesia. Art Radar sits down with director, Andi Rharharha, to find out more.

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Get Indonesian street art smart: Glimpses from ISAD


The Indonesian Street Art Database (ISAD) is a new artist-run project that aims to archive street art in Indonesia as a documentation of the country’s urban culture.

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Asian art museums and social media use: Broader audiences, meaningful engagement


A recent story published in The Jerusalem Post looks at how museums in Israel are utilising social media platforms. We look at how other countries around Asia are doing the same.

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The Sticker Lady: Singapore street artist arrest


A 25-year-old female Singapore street artist has been arrested for painting “MY GRANDFATHER ROAD” around the city. The vandalism charge is sparking a debate over the legality and benefits of street art.

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ART HK 12: Art Radar live-tweets daily – resource alert


Could not make it out to Hong Kong this weekend? Let Art Radar be your eyes and ears at the fair. Our reporting team will be tweeting and retweeting… and posting to Facebook!

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Take credit card payments by iPhone: Useful at art fairs?


A new gadget by Square allows users to read credit cards off their Apple or Android cell-phones, allowing small business owners to save money. But will it work for art fairs?

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Art Radar 3rd birthday loyal reader giveaway: Picasso photobook


Up for grabs by loyal Art Radar subscribers is a beautiful hardback photobook that documents a show of works by Pablo Picasso held at Ben Brown Gallery in Hong Kong.

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