A Distorted Reality: Saudi artist Faisal Samra at Ayyam Gallery, Dubai


Ayyam Gallery Dubai hosts Saudi artist Faisal Samra’s 2008 photographic series “Distorted Reality”. Art Radar talks to the artist about this body of work.

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“Mutable”: ceramic and clay art in India since 1947 at Piramal Museum of Art, Mumbai


This landmark exhibition is one of the first of its kind in the city and is on display at the Piramal Museum of Art until 15 January 2018.

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“Here: Locating Contemporary Canadian Artists” at Aga Khan Museum, Toronto


This exhibition explores the ways in which ‘here’ is a concept that is always in flux and intricately intertwined with time, place and lived experience.

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Cosmopolis: collective practices at Centre Pompidou, Paris


Through a series of shared encounters – including exhibitions, interventions, performances and exchanges – ‘Cosmopolis’ hopes to create conditions through which social, urban and political questions can be raised.

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Shimmering country: Aboriginal Australian artists at The Met in New York


The exhibition of six monumental works from contemporary Aboriginal Australian artists represents a commitment to diversity from The Met.

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“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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