“Our Bright Future-Cybernetic Fantasy”: exploring AI, robotics, biotechnology and the posthuman at Nam June Paik Art Center


“Our Bright Future-Cybernetic Fantasy” explores technology and art from the perspective of Nam June Paik’s Cybernetics.

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Which Asian artists get into European museums? A close look at Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid


Art Radar has a close look at the case of Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofía and its collection between 2000-2015.

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Hong Kong M+ visual art curator Pauline J. Yao on the M+ Collection – interview


Hong Kong M+ curator Pauline J. Yao talks to Art Radar about the museum’s collection.

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‘barrangal dyara’: Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi artist Jonathan Jones revives forgotten history of Sydney’s Botanic Gardens


Jonathan Jones’ ‘barrangal dyara’ is most ambitious artwork presented by Kaldor Art Projects to date.

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“Welcome to My Life”: video art from the Lemaître Collection at Shanghai Himalayas Museum


The Shanghai Himalayas Museum brings together influential video artists from famous collection.

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“Dunhuang: Song of Living Beings” at the Shanghai Himalayas Museum – in pictures


“Dunhuang: Song of Living Beings” presents a unique opportunity to view ancient pieces and contemporary art inspired by Buddhism and spirituality.

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Documenting Japanese avant-garde and world art history: Shigeo Anzai’s photography


Japanese photographer Shigeo Anzaï’s oeuvre brings to life Japanese avant-garde art and Western experimental artists. In a two-part exhibition, White Rainbow gallery in London collects Japanese photographer Shigeo Anzaï’s work, which documents contemporary art history from Japan’s Mono-ha and avant-garde … Continue reading

Yuko Hasegawa’s “Breaking through to the actual via the imagination” at the Long Museum in Shanghai


Museum of Tokyo curator Yuko Hasegawa contributes to the Long Museum’s ongoing programme of curatorial experiments drawing on their own collections with new exhibition “Breaking Through to the Actual via the Imagination.”

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