“Déformation Professionnelle”: Iranian artist Nairy Baghramian at S.M.A.K. Ghent


Iranian artist Nairy Baghramian reflects on the professional implications of being an artist today.

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“Slavs and Tatars: Mouth to Mouth” at Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw


Through Slavs and Tatars’ explorations of the contradictions and complexities of identity, “Mouth to Mouth” features a range of works created over the past decade.

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“Phantom Punch”: contemporary art from Saudi Arabia at Bates College, Lewiston


“Phantom Punch” presents contemporary art from Saudi Arabia as part of a a larger ongoing project of four coordinated group exhibitions of Saudi art in the United States.

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“Conditions of Political Choreography”: artists explore German-Israeli relationships at CCA, Tel Aviv


“Conditions of Political Choreography” features experimental works by internationally renowned artists, performers, theatre-makers and dancers from Israel and Germany.

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“Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter” at Museum of Modern Art, New York


An exhibition at MoMA addresses the global refugee crisis and notions of displacement and shelter.

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“BODY/PLAY/POLITICS”: Asian and African artists at Yokohama Museum of Art


“BODY/PLAY/POLITICS” presents the work of six artists from Asia and Africa, including Yinka Shonibare MBE, Malaysian Yee I-Lann, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, UuDam Tran Nguyen, Ishikawa Ryuichi and Tamura Yuichiro.

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Hong Kong artist Leung Chi Wo’s “This is My Song” at Rokeby, London


Leung Chi Wo’s “This is My Song” runs at London’s Rokeby gallery until 11 November 2016, and moves a subtle critique towards the political mechanisms controlling contemporary China and Hong Kong.

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Jerusalem Show VIII: Before and After Origins in Palestine


The Jerusalem Show VIII opens at Al-Ma’mal Foundation for Contemporary Art during Palestine’s biennale Qalandiya International.

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