Ceramics as Spiritual Instruments: Chinese artist Yin Xiuzhen at Pace Hong Kong


Yin Xiuzhen’s solo exhibition “The Instrument of Spirit” explores social experience through the artist’s newest series of ceramic works.

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“SHE”: international women artists at Shanghai Long Museum West Bund


The exhibition at Long Museum West Bund in Shanghai features select work by international women artists from the Long Museum collection and important loans.

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5 Asian Megacities at Museum of Fine Arts Boston


11 artists imagine the past, present, and future of 5 megacities.

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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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“China 8”: Germany’s largest show of contemporary Chinese art


Nine museums across eight cities unite for the largest ever show of contemporary Chinese art in Germany.

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“If the Shoe Fits”: Feet, femininity and Asian women artists – book review


Writer and curator Patricia Karetzky conducts an intriguing investigation on the metaphor of the shoe in her e-book ‘Femininity in Asian Women Artists’ Work from China, Korea and USA: If the Shoe Fits’ (2012), invoking enthralling themes of femininity, identity and ancestry.

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Tokyo-based Yuko Hasegawa first dedicated curator of ART HK Projects for 2012


This year ART HK 12 fair see the return of ART HK Projects with its own dedicated curator, Yuko Hasegawa.

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How magic was the Yokohama Triennale 2011? Highlights round up


After the terrible disasters that befell Japan this year, Art Radar looks at the works that made The Yokohama Triennale 2011 live up to its theme “OUR MAGIC HOUR”.

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