“The Shadow Never Lies” at Minsheng 21st Century Museum – in pictures


In April 2016, Minsheng 21st Century Museum in the Pudong district of Shanghai opened “The Shadow Never Lies”, showcasing the work of 35 international artists.

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French-Algerian artist Kader Attia’s “Sacrifice and Harmony” at the Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt


The Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main opened a solo exhibition of the work of Franco-Algerian artist Kader Attia who investigates the long lasting effects colonialism has had on non-Western culture.

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Beyond the narrative in miniature: Pakistani artist Shahzia Sikander’s “Apparatus of Power” at Asia Society Hong Kong Center


Pioneering neo-miniaturist Shahzia Sikander exposes narratives of independence and authority at first major solo show in Hong Kong.

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Care, insight and connectivity: Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes curates Noah Davis and Kahlil Joseph at the Frye Art Museum – interview


“Young Blood: Noah Davis, Kahlil Joseph, The Underground Museum” celebrates the work of painter Noah Davis, filmmaker Kahlil Joseph and The Underground Museum, conceived to bring art to the residents of a community not served by the city’s already existing arts institutions.

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Reframing Modernism at the National Gallery Singapore: curator Lisa Horikawa – interview


National Gallery Singapore’s latest show “Reframing Modernism” is a jointly curated endeavour with Paris-based Centre Pompidou, exhibiting over 200 works from 48 modern artists from Southeast Asia and Europe.

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Tyres, twists and turns: Wim Delvoye at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art


Wim Delvoye brings collection of “interplaying contradictions” to the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, as relationships between Iran and the West continue to thaw.

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New Zealand’s National Art Award appoints Misal Adnan Yildiz as judge


Turkish artist and curator Misal Adnan Yildiz to select winners for the 2016 National Contemporary Art Award of New Zealand.

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“Letters to Chantri #1”: Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai at S.M.A.K. in Belgium


Controversial Buddhist sect provides genesis for immersive installation’s purification ritual in “Letters to Chantri #1” by Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai at S.M.A.K. in Belgium.

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