Hong Kong’s M+ gets new Executive Director from Australia


Deputy Director and Director of Collections of the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Australia Ms Suhanya Raffel will be at the helm of M+ as Executive Director from 1 November 2016.

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Truth is Beauty: Indian modernist Bhupen Khakhar at Tate Modern, London


The Tate Modern brings together Indian modernist Buphen Khakhar’s work from across five decades and collections around the world for the first time since his death.

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Navigating Nameless Seas: 11 Asian artists in “Odyssey” at Singapore Art Museum


The latest Singapore Art Museum group exhibition conjures stories of journeys at sea seen through the eyes of some among the most inspirational artists working in the Asia-Pacific region today.

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Provocative Australian artist Mike Parr at National Gallery of Australia – artist profile


Mike Parr’s diverse practice in performance and self-portraits will be exhibited together for the first time in an exhibition organised by The National Gallery of Australia.

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“Histories of the Future” at Phnom Penh’s National Museum of Cambodia


Contemporary Khmer artists are on display in renowned museum for the first time in the venue’s history.

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K11 Art Foundation and Centre Pompidou’s new curator Yung Ma


Hong Kong curator Yung Ma leads new international research programme on Chinese contemporary art at Centre Pompidou in Paris in collaboration with Hong Kong’s K11 Art Foundation.

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Turkish artist Gülsün Karamustafa’s “Chronographia” in Berlin – in pictures


Chronographia”, which runs until 23 October, includes 110 works installed within a 1,000 square metre exhibition space, ranging from the 1970s to the present day and exploring themes such as migration, modernity, the historical archive, feminism and gender.

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Embracing diversity in art and life: “Rauschenberg in China” at UCCA – a conversation with the curators


Rauschenberg experts and curators Susan Davidson and David white join forces to create a powerful retrospective on the life and work of Robert Rauschenberg at Beijing’s UCCA.

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