“Our Bright Future-Cybernetic Fantasy”: exploring AI, robotics, biotechnology and the posthuman at Nam June Paik Art Center


“Our Bright Future-Cybernetic Fantasy” explores technology and art from the perspective of Nam June Paik’s Cybernetics.

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“Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s” at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne


The exhibition highlights the diverse time of growth in Australian art in the 1990s.

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“Suns and Neons above Kazakhstan”: Kazakh artists at YARAT Contemporary Art Space, Baku


Baku exhibition “Suns and Neons Above Kazakhstan” explores the conceptual and queer strategies of the post-Soviet generation of Kazakh artists.

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“Sunshower: Southeast Asian art 1980s to Now” at National Art Centre and Mori Art Museum, Tokyo


Commemorating the 50th anniversary of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), this ambitious exhibition showcases the contemporary art of the region through multiple media.

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A look at Hong Kong 20 years after the handover: Hong Kong artists at CFCCA, Manchester


With two exhibitions focused on art from Hong Kong, CFCCA takes a hard look at the 20th anniversary of the United Kingdom’s handover of the city.

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“Soul of a Nation”: Black American artists at Tate Modern, London


“Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power” at London’s Tate Modern explores the invention of a US black aesthetic and critique.

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10th Hiroshima Art Prize winner Mona Hatoum


The Hiroshima Museum of Contemporary Art is now presenting previous and new work of the Prize’s latest winner, Mona Hatoum, until 15 October 2017.

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