9 contemporary art exhibitions at Asian Art In London 2016


Asian Art in London 2016 takes place from 3 to 12 November 2016 in the British capital.

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History Unfolding: Valerie Doran – interview


Art Radar conducts an extensive interview with Valerie Doran, the influential translator, critic and curator about her history working in the Chinese contemporary art scene.

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The genius of Uli Sigg unveiled at the Whitworth


An exhibition of the M+ Uli Sigg Collection arrives in Manchester for the last leg of its European tour – revealing the visionary nature of the collector.

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Asia looks West – 7 exhibitions to see in June 2014


Art Radar brings you 7 shows exploring the linkages between East and West to see this month of June.

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Holiday gifts for art lovers: Artworks on Art Radar’s wish list


Art Radar lists 8 collectable artworks, including works by Aisha Khalid, Wang Keping and Anida Yoeu Ali that could make the perfect gift for art lovers this holiday season.

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China’s prodigal Star returns: Wang Keping at UCCA, Beijing – picture feast


China’s Wang Keping, co-founder of The Stars and self-imposed exile, is having a solo exhibition at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art from 27 September 2013 to 5 January 2014, but rumours of censorship already shadow the show.

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Liquidity propels prices, Chinese Political Pop is back – Sothebys Contemporary Asian Art Auction 2009 Hong Kong


SOTHEBY’S AUCTIONS HONG KONG CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART Although called a Contemporary Asian Art auction, this sale was dominated by Chinese artists which was a canny move by Sotheby’s given that mainland liquidity is driving prices of property in Hong Kong to … Continue reading

Sexual desire was capitalistic, prohibited says founding father of Chinese contemporary art Wang Keping


              CHINESE ART MUSEUM SHOW REVIEW Review of Wang Keping works 1979-2006 show at He Xiangning Art Museum in Shenzhen China from 25 October 2008 to 23 November 2008. On two floors of the little … Continue reading