“After Darkness”: Southeast Asian contemporary art at Asia Society, New York


The group show at Asia Society questions the power of art to respond to our global social and political occurrences.

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“Ghosts and Spectres—Shadows of History”: discussing historical narratives and identities at NTU CCA – symposium summary


NTU CCA Symposium: Ghosts and Spectres—Shadows of History looks at the varied historical narratives and identities in modern East and Southeast Asia.

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Minority Archives and Ethnography of Nationalisms: Israel’s Dor Guez – artist profile


Israeli artist Dor Guez explores the complex structures of race and national identity.

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“A Journey to Silence”: Chinese painter Pan Yuliang at Guangdong Times Museum


China’s pioneering modernist woman painter is on show through 19 November 2017 at the Guangdong Times Museum.

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Connecting Indonesia: Director Aaron Seeto on Jakarta’s Museum MACAN – interview


Art Radar spoke with Director Aaron Seeto ahead of the museum opening in November this year.

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“Still in my mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality”: a look at the birth of Australia’s national land rights movement at UQ Art Museum


UQ Art Museum explores the history surrounding the Wave Hill Walk-off of 1966, which sparked the national land rights movement in Australia.

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TarraWarra International 2017: “All that is solid…” explores the past, memory and personal and collective histories


The third exhibition in the TarraWarra International series presents artists grappling with questions of history in the 21st century.

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