“Survival Sex”: exploring the plight of homeless youth with Nigerian-American filmmaker Ukachi Arinzeh – in conversation


Nigerian-born, American filmmaker Ukachi Arinzeh speaks of universal feelings of compassion and the struggle to survive in our times.

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Vilcek Prize 2017 for Fine Arts awards immigrant artists


The 2017 edition of the Vilcek Prize for Fine Arts goes to Jamaican-born artist Nari Ward, while the Prizes for Creative Promises award three young immigrant artists based in the United States.

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New York Out of Character: Chinese artist Cheng Ran at New Museum, New York


Emerging Chinese artist Cheng Ran debuts in the United States with a museum solo exhibition at the New Museum in collaboration with China’s K11 Art Foundation.

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“Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter” at Museum of Modern Art, New York


An exhibition at MoMA addresses the global refugee crisis and notions of displacement and shelter.

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“Black Friday”: Qatari-American artist Sophia Al-Maria at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York


Sophia Al-Maria’s first solo exhibition in the United States, “Black Friday”, is a poignant exploration “of dreams and of reality and of the future. The future that had already happened. The apocalypse that is already here.”

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Capturing a time of change: 3 Korean artists at Tina Kim Gallery New York – in pictures


The exhibition “Two Hours” features painting, sculpture, video and mixed media works by some of the most significant members of South Korea’s contemporary art scene.

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