Photo Gallery: “Welcome to BIRDHEAD World Again” at ShanghART, Singapore


The acclaimed photography duo BIRDHEAD presents a new series of work on Southeast Asia at ShanghART in Singapore.

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Photo Gallery: views of Hong Kong’s past by Chinese photographer Fan Ho


Chinese master of black and white photography Fan Ho’s work was on show at Shanghai’s M97 Gallery until 12 November 2016. Launched in September 2016, “On the Stage of Life” featured a selection of vintage prints by Fan Ho, including … Continue reading

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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Algerian artist Mohamed Bourouissa’s “Horseday” at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam


Algerian-born Mohamed Bourouissa’s current exhibition “Horseday” continues in the vein of his previous projects where he composes photographic images of the daily lives of his subject.

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Winner of Nam June Paik Award 2016 Lawrence Abu Hamdan – artist profile


For Lawrence Abu Hamdam, sound art is a means of mapping the changing sonic techniques of racial surveillance used in courtrooms across the international legal system.

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“The Portrait is an Address”: Egyptian artist Hassan Khan at Beirut Art Center


Artist and musician Hassan Khan’s first solo exhibition in Beirut, entitled “The Portrait is an Address” and held at the Beirut Art Center until 13 November 2016, focuses on a central aspect of his practice: the portrait.

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Photo Gallery: Singapore AP photojournalist Wong Maye-E’s “North of the DMZ”


Singapore’s Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film holds first solo exhibition of Singaporean photojournalist and her series on North Korea until 15 October 2016.

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“Exercise in Redirecting Lines”: Pakistani artist Bani Abidi at Kunsthaus Hamburg


Pakistani artist Bani Abidi presents a series of “fictional documentaries” in an exhibition exploring the mechanisms of exclusion and participation in global politics.

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