“Hold your breath, dance slowly”: Hong Kong’s Lee Kit at Walker Art Center – in pictures


Lee Kit’s new site-specific works transform the museum space with objects and new media to create intimacy and poetry at Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.

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5 Asian Megacities at Museum of Fine Arts Boston


11 artists imagine the past, present, and future of 5 megacities.

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Illuminating the peaceful balance of the infinite and the void: Nasreen Mohamedi at New York’s Met


The Met Breuer exhibits the work of an Indian modernist who rejected notions of modernity. In conjunction with the opening of The Met Breuer, a new contemporary and modern art space for New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, the retrospective … Continue reading

“Manila: Beyond the Envelope”: 4 American Filipino artists on transnational identity


Manila’s political and economic past inspires American Filipino artists to reconcile their present in an exhibition at San Francisco’s Kearny Street Workshop.

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“Disguise: Masks and Global African Art” at the Fowler Museum, UCLA – in pictures


12 artists of African descent explore identity, politics and culture in the act of disguise in an exhibition at the Fowler Museum at University of California, Los Angeles running until 13 March 2016.

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Theatre of photography: Hong Kong’s Tseng Kwong Chi – artist profile


The Chrysler Museum in Virginia recently hosted a travelling retrospective on Tseng Kwon Chi’s oeuvre showing the multi-dimensionality of the acclaimed late artist who bridged photography and performance.

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