Snapshots of precariousness: Mono-ha artist Kishio Suga’s “Situations” at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan


Japanese artist Kishio Suga’s retrospective “Situations” reflects on the notions of uncertainty and relationship through the eye of Mono-ha compositions.

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A feminine look at Saudi Arabia’s “GENERA#ION” at Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco


Art Radar profiles the work of the five female artists on display in the show “Genera#ion”, showcasing Saudi Arabian art at Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco.

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“Hybridizing Earth, Discussing Multitude”: the 10th edition of Korea’s Busan Biennale


This year’s Busan Biennale runs from 3 September to 30 November at the city’s Museum of Art. It reflects on the art biennales system and the complex notion of multitude.

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Mr.’s otaku culture and Neo-Pop on view at New York’s Lehmann Maupin


Japanese visual artist Mr. presents “Sunset in My Heart” until 12 August at Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York, merging a happy-go-lucky Neo-Pop aesthetic with an intimate reflection on today’s oppressive occurrences.

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Seeing a world in a wild flower, a Buddha in a leaf: Xiaoyi Chen on the sublime and philosophy – interview


On the occasion of her exhibition at Rome-based Matèria Gallery, Chinese artist Xiaoyi Chen talks about her work, which merges western with oriental schools of thought exploring the sublime, beautiful and infinite.

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Measuring the human impact on the land: Mumbai artist Hemali Bhuta – interview


Mumbai based artist Hemali Bhuta talks to Art Radar about her recently closed exhibition “Measure of a foot” at Project 88 while taking this occasion to expand on her deeply matter-oriented research.

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Identity, memory and the poetics of veil: Iranian artists Sepideh Salehi and Kamran Taherimoghaddam at New York’s Rogue Space Chelsea


Rogue Space Chelsea holds the collaborative exhibition “Strappa: Dialogue and Performance” by Iranian couple Sepideh Salehi and Kamran Taherimoghaddam.

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“The personal is the political”: Indian artist Prajakta Potnis at Mumbai’s Project 88


Indian artist Prajakta Potnis explores trajectories connecting intimate and public worlds, and skteches those topographies influencing relationships in global politics and economics in her latest solo exhibition.

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