Monochrome and Minimalism: 6 Dansaekhwa artists in New York


New York exhibition at Blum & Poe compares and contrasts the Korean art form Dansaekhwa with American Minimalism.

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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

Public artworks unveiled at new international airport in Qatar


Qatar Museum Authority (QMA), along with the New Doha International Airport (NDIA), has recently revealed a number of remarkable public artworks to be found within and around the new airport’s grounds.

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Japanese-Korean artist Lee Ufan gets Guggenheim retrospective – review round-up


We look at what critics are saying about “Lee Ufan: Marking Infinity”, which opened in June 2011 at the Guggenheim in New York and is the artists’ first American retrospective.

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Indian artist Anish Kapoor’s solo at Royal Academy – what did the critics call it? Performance art and Turkish toilet


INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART SCULPTURE Anish Kapoor’s sculpture fills London’s Royal Academy British Indian artist Anish Kapoor’s mid-career retrospective at the Royal Academy in London, England, has just wrapped up. Two years in the making, the exhibition ran from 26 September … Continue reading