“Figures in a Landscape”: British-Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf


British-Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara turn his anthropological gaze to the languages of social media, marketing and advertising in solo exhibition entitled “Figures in a Landscape” at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf.

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Soda_Jerk wins Ian Potter Moving Image Commission 2016 by ACMI


Third edition of the Ian Potter Moving Image Commission Award goes to Australian video collective Soda_Jerk.

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“Conditions of Political Choreography”: artists explore German-Israeli relationships at CCA, Tel Aviv


“Conditions of Political Choreography” features experimental works by internationally renowned artists, performers, theatre-makers and dancers from Israel and Germany.

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Israeli artist Yael Bartana’s ‘Inferno’ at Trondheim Kunstmuseum, Norway


Israeli Yael Bartana creates a hellish drama out of religious devotion through “historical pre-enactment” at Trondheim Kunstmuseum.

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10 artists in Bahrain to know now


Bahrain boasts a thriving and vibrant art scene, and its artists and institutional infrastructure reinforce each other to create an artistic community that is rich in contemporary experimentation yet historically grounded.

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“No References”: 9 Hong Kong video and new media artists


Art Radar profiles 9 artists from Hong Kong’s first retrospective of video and new media art at Videotage, which chronicled 30 years of artistic, cultural, technological and sociopolitical development.

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Finalists announced for 2016 Joseph Balestier Freedom of Art Award


The shortlisted finalists for the Joseph Balestier Award for Freedom of Art 2016 include Lee Wen, Aye Ko and Nguyen Trinh Thi.

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