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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“Lointains souvenirs” of Indochina and North Africa: Franco-Spanish photographer FLORE – artist profile


Having herself lived part of her childhood in Alexandria, Egypt, the Paris-based Franco-Spanish photographer FLORE develops contemporary photographic projects evoking memories of her past and the past of her family.

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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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Continuity, collaboration and “peculiar personal narratives”: Mounira Al Solh – artist profile


How does art help unravel the contradictions and complications of recollection? Art Radar takes a deeper look at Mounira Al Solh’s practice.

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“Recovering the Past”: Myanmar artist Htein Lin at Yavuz Gallery, Singapore


In his first solo show in Singapore, Htein Lin explores family history, life in Myanmar and past challenges.

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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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Emerging Vietnamese-Australian artist James Nguyen’s “Exit Strategies” – interview


Art Radar speaks with James Nguyen about his first major solo exhibition at Sydney’s 4A Centre.

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