Experimentation, Abstraction and Design: Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid at ArtisTree Hong Kong


The solo exhibition of contemporary architecture visionary Zaha Hadid in Hong Kong showcases the late artist’s early work from the 1970s to the early 1990s.

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Architecture and Philosophy: Iranian-born American artist Siah Armajani at Rossi & Rossi, Hong Kong


Inspired by poetry, American vernacular architecture, Western philosophy and his native Persian heritage, Siah Armajani is recognised as a pioneering figure in the conceptualisation of the role of art in the public realm.

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5 exhibitions to see in London this Christmas 2016


From Ai Weiwei to Dayanita Singh and start architect Zaha Hadid, London offers some unmissable shows this December.

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“Phantom Punch”: contemporary art from Saudi Arabia at Bates College, Lewiston


“Phantom Punch” presents contemporary art from Saudi Arabia as part of a a larger ongoing project of four coordinated group exhibitions of Saudi art in the United States.

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“Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter” at Museum of Modern Art, New York


An exhibition at MoMA addresses the global refugee crisis and notions of displacement and shelter.

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The fortunes of fate: Iranian diaspora artist Firouz FarmanFarmaian – artist profile


Firouz FarmanFarmaian’s joint exhibition in New York City seeks to untangle his identity through dialogue with archival footage.

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“Before | During | After”: Hong Kong artist, architect and collector William Lim – in conversation


Influential Hong Kong collector William Lim speaks about his artistic practice, his multifaceted persona, his collecting philosophy and the artist’s “spirit”.

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Hong Kong through a window: conceptual artist Luke Ching at Gallery Exit – in pictures


Art Radar takes a look at some of the works included in the exhibition “For now we see through a window, dimly” by Hong Kong artist Luke Ching at Gallery EXIT until 5 November 2016.

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