documenta 14: Learning from Athens in Kassel, Germany


The second chapter of documenta 14: Learning from Athens has opened in its usual location in Kassel, Germany and will run until 17 September 2017, while the Athens exhibition is on through 16 July.

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Indian artist Amar Kanwar’s “The Sovereign Forest” at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore


NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore holds Amar Kanwar’s new chapter of “The Sovereign Forest” project.

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Non-violence in art across place and time – in pictures


An exhibition at the Menil Collection explores the resonance of Gandhi’s ethics of non-violence in visual art.

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No Country? Contemporary art for South and Southeast Asia


The Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) at Gillman Barracks hosts the touring exhibition “No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia” until 20 July 2014, the first of the three-part Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative.

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A constellation of stories: India’s Amar Kanwar exhibits in Yorkshire


New Dehli-based artist and filmmaker Amar Kanwar’s first major UK exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in Wakefield, UK, portrays the injustice and hardship faced by local communities in Odisha, India.

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Asia’s “Art Cities of the Future”: Where are the region’s emerging art hubs?


The recently released Phaidon book Art Cities of the Future: 21st Century Avant-Gardes highlights twelve art cities of the future with unique avant-garde scenes, five of which are Asian.

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Lend me your ears: “Word. Sound. Power.” at Tate Modern


New Delhi’s Khoj International Artists’ Association and London’s Tate Modern partner to host the exhibit “Word. Sound. Power.”, which explores how the human voice in speech or song is used either a tool of protest or sign of self.

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Indian art season in France: installation dominates 2 major museum shows


Work by a plethora of Indian artists is on show at two French museums: “Paris-Delhi-Bombay” at the Centre Pompidou (Paris) and “Indian Highway IV” at MAC (Lyons).

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