Which Asian artists get into European museums? A close look at Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid


Art Radar has a close look at the case of Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofía and its collection between 2000-2015.

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Shanghai Project Chapter 2: “Seeds of Time”


The second chapter of the Shanghai Project has opened and runs until 30 July 2017.

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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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Lord of the blowflies: Raymond Lam on Hong Kong – in conversation


Raymond Lam camouflages thousands of blowflies in his canvases in a painstaking search for truth and identity – both Hong Kong’s and his own – in his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong at Koru Contemporary.

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Russia’s Ural Industrial Biennial announces participating artists


The 3rd Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art unveils impressive roster of Russian and international artists for 2015.

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Before the fame: Yoko Ono’s early years at MoMA in New York


The retrospective of the early years of Yoko Ono at MoMA in New York fulfills a prophecy and cements her status as a pioneering figure in the art world.

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From uranium glass to salt: Ken + Julia Yonetani address environmental issues through art – interview


Australia-based collaborative couple Ken and Julia Yonetani contemplate environmental and societal issues using challenging media, such as uranium glass and salt, creating thought-provoking installations.

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Art Basel 2014 has never been stronger, closer to Asia – fair round up


Art Radar roamed the grand halls of Messe during Art Basel 2014 to gain some insight into the Asian galleries present and to detect current trends in the international art market.

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