When maths meets art: Inga Svala Thórsdóttir and Wu Shanzhuan at Hanart TZ


Inga Svala Thórsdóttir and Wu Shanzhuan’s joing exhibition “Circles Vibration – Bracket Bridge” at Hanart TZ Gallery in Hong Kong showcases unique conceptual works that reach beyond the senses to tickle the mind.

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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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Johnson Chang on Chinese art past, present and future – interview


Looking back on 30 years in Hong Kong art, Hanart TZ’s Johnson Chang discusses the changes over the decades and his plans for the future.

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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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Can’t get to the Shanghai Biennale? First day in 10 pictures


Art Radar was at the Shanghai Biennale in November this year. We took a ton of photos and have selected ten of the best to help give those of you who weren’t able to attend a glimpse of what the event had to offer. For some images, we have quoted from the wall panels that accompanied the artwork at the event or from what was written about the artwork in the Biennale catalogue.

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Book: Chinese Contemporary Art 7 Things You Should Know


BOOK OVERVIEW CHINESE CONTEMPORARY ART Chinese Contemporary Art: 7 Things You Should Know – Melissa Chiu In China today, contemporary art is readily available in public museums and private galleries in burgeoning gallery districts, and in three new art fairs … Continue reading