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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Illuminating the peaceful balance of the infinite and the void: Nasreen Mohamedi at New York’s Met


The Met Breuer exhibits the work of an Indian modernist who rejected notions of modernity. In conjunction with the opening of The Met Breuer, a new contemporary and modern art space for New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, the retrospective … Continue reading

The rise of the private art museum – Larry’s List report


Larry’s List publishes a Private Art Museum Report in light of the unprecedented boom of private museums in the past decade.

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Confronting the archive, reconstructing History: Yto Barrada’s “Faux Guide” at Carré d’Art in Nîmes


French-born Moroccan artist Yto Barrada reconstructs her country’s contemporary history through an examination of historical objects at Carré d’Art, the Musée d’Art Contemporaine in Nîmes.

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“Dunhuang: Song of Living Beings” at the Shanghai Himalayas Museum – in pictures


“Dunhuang: Song of Living Beings” presents a unique opportunity to view ancient pieces and contemporary art inspired by Buddhism and spirituality.

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Jess Johnson’s altered reality: “Wurm Haus” at the National Gallery of Victoria


Review of “Wurm Haus”, the latest offering from artist Jess Johnson, on view at the National Gallery of Victoria until 28 February 2016, in which the artist disrupts static realities with multidimensional, symbol-laden drawings and geometric patterns.

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