“Prejudice at Home: A Parlour, a Library, and a Room”: British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare at James Cohan, New York – in pictures


British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare highlights issues of power and prejudice through the lens of history.

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“Tryst”: commercialising Japanese art history with Ei Arakawa at Taka Ishii Gallery, New York


Ei Arakawa’s new installation “Tryst” explores the commercialisation of Japanese art history.

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Preview: The Armory Show 2017 – highlights from Africa, the Middle East and Asia


The Armory Show continues to expand with a new USD10,000 prize and two new curatorial sections.

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“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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