“Something for the Touts, the Nuns, the Grocery Clerks and You”: Iranian artist Farhad Ahrarnia at Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai


Iranian-born artist Farhad Ahrarnia explores urban spaces and the effects of modernisation in his recent solo exhibition at Lawrie Shabibi in Dubai.

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Lust for life: contemporary women artists on “Radical Love: Female Lust” at The Crypt Gallery


A bold group show at the Crypt Gallery in London shines a light on the passionate strength of female artists across cultures and centuries.

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“The Future is Nostalgic”: Lebanese artist Raed Yassin at Kalfayan Galleries, Athens


Lebanese artist and musician Raed Yassin explores Beirut’s swinging sixties in “The Future is Nostalgic”, on display at Kalfayan Galleries until 12 March 2017.

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“Lee Mingwei and His Relations: The Art of Participation” at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki


“The Art of Participation” is the largest retrospective of Lee Mingwei’s practice presented in the Southern Hemisphere to date.

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“The Unity of Time and Place”: Iranian artist Mahmoud Bakhshi at narrative projects, London


Mahmoud Bakhshi explores the unresolved triggers of the 1979 Iranian Revolution in “The Unity of Time and Place” at Londoner narrative projects gallery.

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Revitalising the Art of Landscapes: Taiwanese artist Wu Chi-Tsung at Galerie du Monde, Hong Kong


Galerie du Monde spotlights UK-based, Taiwanese artist Wu Chi-Tsung’s contemporary take and zeal for traditional art.

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Between hospitality and hostility: Iranian artist Abbas Akhavan at DRAF Studio London


Art Radar takes a look at Abbas Akhavan’s creative practice and his exploration of the tension between hospitality and hostility in his latest solo exhibition in London.

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“The Ease of Fiction”: four contemporary African artists at California African American Museum


Four contemporary African artists residing in the United States join forces for a critical discussion on history, fact and fiction.

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