“Figures in a Landscape”: British-Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf


British-Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara turn his anthropological gaze to the languages of social media, marketing and advertising in solo exhibition entitled “Figures in a Landscape” at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf.

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Hong Kong sound artist Samson Young at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf in Germany


“A Dark Theme Keeps me Here, I’ll Make a Broken Music” is Samson Young’s first institutional solo exhibition in Europe.

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South African Gabi Ngcobo appointed curator of 10th Berlin Biennale


The Berlin Biennale has announced South Africa’s Gabi Ngcobo as the curator of its upcoming 10th edition in 2018.

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An “Uncertain Journey”: Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota at Blain|Southern, Berlin


“Uncertain Journey” is the three-dimensional manifestation of Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota’s explorations into and understandings of life as ‘a journey without a journey’.

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Asian art highlights from NordArt 2016, Germany


The annual art exhibition NordArt in Büdelsdorf, northern Germany, highlights Israel, Mongolia and China in its 2016 edition.

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Photo Gallery: Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping at Museum Ludwig, Cologne


Cologne’s Museum Ludwig is holding an exhibition of Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping’s work spanning from 1983 to 2004, including a recent acquisition by the Museum as part of the Wolfgang Hahn Prize 2016.

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Turkish artist Gülsün Karamustafa’s “Chronographia” in Berlin – in pictures


Chronographia”, which runs until 23 October, includes 110 works installed within a 1,000 square metre exhibition space, ranging from the 1970s to the present day and exploring themes such as migration, modernity, the historical archive, feminism and gender.

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“Model Malady”: Shahryar Nashat at Portikus, Frankfurt


Shahryar Nashat’s “Model Malady” at Frankfurt’s Portikus comprises video and installation works that present contrasting views of a body in its human and fabricated form.

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