French-Algerian artist Kader Attia’s “Sacrifice and Harmony” at the Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt


The Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main opened a solo exhibition of the work of Franco-Algerian artist Kader Attia who investigates the long lasting effects colonialism has had on non-Western culture.

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“But Still Tomorrow Builds into My Face”: exploring history, conflict and identity at Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai


A group exhibition revisits the disappearance and loss of cultural and other types of heritage in the Middle East.

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“A sliver of history”: Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi and Suheyla Takesh on Barjeel Art Foundation – interview


“Publicly accessible” collection examines socio-political themes amidst turbulent times. Art Radar speaks with Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi and curator Suheyla Takesh to learn the story behind the Barjeel Art Foundation’s most “iconic” masterpiece and one of the organisation’s most recent acquisitions.  The Barjeel … Continue reading

A tale of two cities: Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne


The exhibition “Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei” at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne explores modern and contemporary art, life and cultural politics.

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Broad Art Museum celebrates Bangladeshi artists Tayeba Begum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman with joint exhibition


Acclaimed Bangladeshi artists Tayeba Begum Lipi and Mahbubur Rahman confront gender specific violence and the offshoots of socio-political conflict in their first joint exhibition at the Broad Art Museum.

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Iran beyond conflict: the colourful world of Sassan Behnam Bakhtiar – interview


Art Radar speaks with Sassan Behnam Bakhtiar to learn more about his unmistakable style, burgeoning art foundation and upcoming series of interactive art films.

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“Where We Are Standing”: 3 contemporary Iranian women artists at Edward Hopper House Art Center


“Where We Are Standing: Contemporary Women Artists from Iran” takes an intimate look at artists’ “diasporic biographies” through the complexities of Iran’s socio-political milieu.

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