RADIO // Dialogues in Asian Contemporary ArtCrossing Borders: Contemporary Art in Troubled Places
Originally aired 9/21/09
The Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia often dominate the headlines, but rarely because of the burgeoning art scene. But art is alive and well in the region. So how are artists negotiating all that new attention? And how are cultural expectations affecting their work? Moderator Savita Apte, Chair of the Abraaj Capital Art Prize, and curators Leeza Ahmady and Carol Solomon sort out the issues in a panel discussion at the Museum of Arts and Design in September 2009. In association with the Abraaj Capital Art Prize exhibition. Produced by Asian Contemporary Art Week (61 minutes).
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