Photo Gallery: a changing Hong Kong in the paintings of Luis Chan


Hanart TZ Gallery in Hong Kong holds double exhibition of paintings by Luis Chan.

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The figurative art of Pakistani artist Huma Bhabha at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London


The exhibition continues Huma Bhabha’s investigation into figuration, taking inspiration from a wide spectrum of references that cross genres, time, art history, continents and popular culture.

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Three Exhibitions of Sudanese Art at the Sharjah Art Foundation


The Sharjah Art Foundation presents three exhibitions of Sudanese art until 12 January 2017.

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The Chinese aesthete: Zeng Fanzhi’s “Parcours” at UCCA, Beijing – artist profile


Beijing’s UCCA presents the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of Zeng Fanzhi’s work to date, and his first institutional solo in Beijing.

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Photo Gallery: “Visual Disobedience”, American street artist Shepard Fairey in Hong Kong


HOCA Foundation presents a large-­scale survey exhibition of American artist Shepard Fairey for the first time in Hong Kong.

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Malian artist Abdoulaye Konaté: “Symphonie En Couleur” at Blain|Southern, London – in pictures


Blain|Southern celebrates the first UK solo exhibition of Malian artist Abdoulaye Konaté featuring his majestic textile installations.

“Symphonie En Coleur”, opened on 2 September 2016, presents the work of one of the most well-known West African artists working today, Abdoulaye Konaté. The exhibition merges social and political considerations with the artist’s explorations into colour composition, and features a never before seen body of work inspired by the chroma of rocks and minerals.

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Myth and the imagination: Japanese artist Ryuzo Satake – artist profile


As the world scrambles to make sense of tragedy, Japanese artist Ryuzo Satake believes messages are being sent by paranormal powers and is inspired by Japanese mythology and traditional Japanese aesthetics.

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Care, insight and connectivity: Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes curates Noah Davis and Kahlil Joseph at the Frye Art Museum – interview


“Young Blood: Noah Davis, Kahlil Joseph, The Underground Museum” celebrates the work of painter Noah Davis, filmmaker Kahlil Joseph and The Underground Museum, conceived to bring art to the residents of a community not served by the city’s already existing arts institutions.

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