“A Tale of Two Cities”: Indian & Sri Lankan artists at Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts


“A Tale of Two Cities” brings together 11 artists of Indian or Sri Lankan descent to respond to the cities of Anuradhapura and Varanasi.

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Photo Gallery: “Creative Operational Solutions” at Para Site, Hong Kong


Para Site presents “Creative Operational Solutions”, the first exhibition to emerge out of Container Artist Residency 01.

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“Artist and Empire: (En)countering Colonial Legacies” at National Gallery Singapore


The National Gallery Singapore features an exhibition first presented at Tate Britain in 2015, shedding light on the art in Asia associated with the British Empire and contemporary artists’ critiques on colonialism.

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“Slavs and Tatars: Mouth to Mouth” at Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw


Through Slavs and Tatars’ explorations of the contradictions and complexities of identity, “Mouth to Mouth” features a range of works created over the past decade.

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South African artist William Kentridge’s “Thick Time” at Whitechapel Gallery, London


In an exhibition jointly organized with the Louisiana Museum of Art, in Denmark and the Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Whitechapel Gallery opened on 21 September “Thick Time” featuring the work of internationally renowned South African artist, William Kentridge, which examines the ways in time and place have been manipulated during colonial and industrial expansion, as well as notions of control exercised during periods of great political upheaval.

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PROVOKE: Japanese photography between protest and performance 1960-1975 – in pictures


A touring exhibition looks at the work of postwar Japanese photographers and members of the historic Provoke magazine.

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“Conditions of Political Choreography”: artists explore German-Israeli relationships at CCA, Tel Aviv


“Conditions of Political Choreography” features experimental works by internationally renowned artists, performers, theatre-makers and dancers from Israel and Germany.

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Opiate of the Masses: “The Kids Want Communism” at MoBY – Museums of Bat Yam, Israel


Consisting of a number of public and private events across multiple sites in Europe, “The Kids Want Communism” waxes poetic about the multiple iterations of communism.

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