A Distorted Reality: Saudi artist Faisal Samra at Ayyam Gallery, Dubai


Ayyam Gallery Dubai hosts Saudi artist Faisal Samra’s 2008 photographic series “Distorted Reality”. Art Radar talks to the artist about this body of work.

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“Here: Locating Contemporary Canadian Artists” at Aga Khan Museum, Toronto


This exhibition explores the ways in which ‘here’ is a concept that is always in flux and intricately intertwined with time, place and lived experience.

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Violence, conflict and art: Iraq’s Hiwa K – artist profile


Exploring social confrontation and “what if” moments, the exhibition continues until 16 December 2017. Art Radar profiles the artist on the occasion of his latest show.

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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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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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Hikaru Fujii wins Nissan Art Award 2017


The Nissan Art Award 2017 Grand Prix announces its 2017 prize winner.

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10th Hiroshima Art Prize winner Mona Hatoum


The Hiroshima Museum of Contemporary Art is now presenting previous and new work of the Prize’s latest winner, Mona Hatoum, until 15 October 2017.

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