“Sealed Time”: Nadia Kaabi-Linke on historical memory and the legacy of colonialism – interview

Nadia Kaabi-Linke’s sculpture practices often engages with the materiality of historical memory, particularly in relation to the legacy of colonialism as it exists in relation to the European nation state’s bureaucracy systems. Art Radar talked to Nadia Kaabi-Linke about her latest retrospective exhibition “Sealed Time”.

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“Ground Zero: Site as Witness/Architecture as Evidence”: India’s Sahil Naik – artist profile

Emerging Indian artist Sahil Naik explores the links between acts of destruction, the media and urban environment in “Ground Zero”.

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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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“After Darkness”: Southeast Asian contemporary art at Asia Society, New York

The group show at Asia Society questions the power of art to respond to our global social and political occurrences.

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Voices from materials: Japanese artist Miya Hannan on death – in conversation

Japanese artist Miya Hannan explores ideas of death in “Stories of Urns”, running through 22 November 2017 at Fort Collins’ 3 Square Art Gallery.

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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