Floating Worlds: Highlights from the 14th Biennale de Lyon


This year’s Biennale Lyon presents a diverse array of talented artists but leaves the viewer to figure out how it all fits together.

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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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Sharjah Art Foundation announces curators of Sharjah Biennial 14


The Sharjah Art Foundation announces Omar Kholeif, Zoe Butt and Claire Tancons as the curators of Sharjah Biennial 14 taking place in 2019.

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“Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s” at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne


The exhibition highlights the diverse time of growth in Australian art in the 1990s.

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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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“The Place is Here”: UK-based black artists in the 1980s at South London Gallery and and Middleburgh Institute of Modern Art


“The Place is Here” features black artists based in the United Kingdom, exploring the cultural landscape of the 1980s. At South London Art Gallery and Middleburgh Institute of Modern Art until 10 September 2017, the exhibition evokes some of the … Continue reading

6 young South Asian artists at Latitude 28, New Delhi


6 young South Asian artists share politicised art practices in “Dissensus” at Latitude 28 in New Delhi.

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“Hear Her Singing”: Taiwanese artist Charwei Tsai and the song of women refugees – in conversation


Art Radar speaks with Charwei Tsai about her latest project on show at London’s Southbank Centre until 2 July 2017.

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