Photo Gallery: Inside a Mosque with Bangladeshi photographer Shahidul Alam


Bangladeshi photographer Shahidul Alam’s images celebrate the openness to ‘the other’ that a mosque should symbolise, and are on display at Bait Ur Rouf until 10 May 2017.

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Japanese artist Yoshitaka Amano’s “Deva Loka Genesis” at Art Statements, Hong Kong – in pictures


The iconic Japanese artist Yoshitaka Amano’s sci-fi fantasy, pop art works are juxtaposed with ancient Chinese Buddhist stone sculptures.

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“A Tale of Two Cities”: Indian and Sri Lankan artists at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts


“A Tale of Two Cities” brings together 11 artists of Indian or Sri Lankan descent to respond to the cities of Anuradhapura and Varanasi.

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Spice girl: Indian artist K. Benitha Perciyal – in conversation


Indian artist K. Benitha Perciyal uses spices, found materials and incense to create thought-provoking and intensely personal installations.

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“Shadow of the Past”: Indonesian artist Arahmaiani at Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York


Arahmaiani’s new exhibition “Shadow of the Past” explores Buddhist meditation in relation to ecological and feminist activism.

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On Religion, Tradition, Politics and Multiculturalism: Pakistani artist Hamra Abbas – in conversation


Pakistani artist Hamra Abbas talks about her life as a “multicultural journey” on view at Dubai’s Lawrie Shabibi Gallery.

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“Bâton Serpent III: Spur Track to the Left”: Chinese artist Huang Yongping at Shanghai’s Power Station of Art


“Bâton Serpent III” addresses encounters with world religions – including references to Islam, Buddhism and Christianity – in grandiose and dramatic installations, markedly carrying Huang Yongping’s distinctive voice.

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Tyres, twists and turns: Wim Delvoye at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art


Wim Delvoye brings collection of “interplaying contradictions” to the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, as relationships between Iran and the West continue to thaw.

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