“Earth Families”: Indian artist Reena Saini Kallat at the Manchester Museum


In a hybridity that also characterises her practice, Kallat’s works interact with the Museum’s collection in a thought-provoking dialogue about identity, memory, history and the natural world.

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“Bruchstücke/Fragments”: an archaeological excavation of history by Lebanese artist Rayyane Tabet at Kunstverein in Hamburg


Rayyane Tabet presents “Bruchstücke/Fragments”, focusing on the history of the Syrian settlement of Tell Halaf.

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The “gold standard” for art in South Asia: Dhaka Art Summit 2018


Art Radar explores some of the highlights of the programme of Dhaka Art Summit 2018, which runs until 10 February 2018.

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“Sealed Time”: Nadia Kaabi-Linke on historical memory and the legacy of colonialism – interview


Nadia Kaabi-Linke’s sculpture practices often engages with the materiality of historical memory, particularly in relation to the legacy of colonialism as it exists in relation to the European nation state’s bureaucracy systems. Art Radar talked to Nadia Kaabi-Linke about her latest retrospective exhibition “Sealed Time”.

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“Behind Mount Qaf”: Turkish feminist and activist artist CANAN at ARTER, Istanbul


Feminist artist CANAN delves into ancient, modern and contemporary “myths” about gender, power structures and the body at ARTER Space for Art in Istanbul.

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Voices from materials: Japanese artist Miya Hannan on death – in conversation


Japanese artist Miya Hannan explores ideas of death in “Stories of Urns”, running through 22 November 2017 at Fort Collins’ 3 Square Art Gallery.

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Minority Archives and Ethnography of Nationalisms: Israel’s Dor Guez – artist profile


Israeli artist Dor Guez explores the complex structures of race and national identity.

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“Still in my mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality”: a look at the birth of Australia’s national land rights movement at UQ Art Museum


UQ Art Museum explores the history surrounding the Wave Hill Walk-off of 1966, which sparked the national land rights movement in Australia.

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