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Documenta 14, a German Art Show’s Greek Revival

Documenta 14, a German Art Show’s Greek Revival | art move | Scoop.it
A piece by the Mexican artist Guillermo Galindo at Documenta 14 in Athens. Credit Eirini Vourloumis for The New York Times
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Greece may be the best place to come to grips with this show’s important themes: migration, debt, fraying European unity and intolerance.
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Utopia/Dystopia

Utopia/Dystopia | art move | Scoop.it

CAO FEI, RMB CITY, A SECOND LIFE CITY PLANNING, 2007-2011

 

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Utopia/Dystopia is the first “manifesto exhibition” at MAAT’s new building. Establishing a dialogue with the site-specific commissions at the museum’s Oval Gallery, these group shows present side by side works of artists and architects who, in their respective fields, have produced insights and critical reflections on crucial themes of our times.
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Work, work, work: ‘Women’s Work’ at ISANG

Work, work, work: ‘Women’s Work’ at ISANG | art move | Scoop.it
Athi-Patra Ruga invitation...presentation...induction, 2013. Wool and thread on tapestry canvas Work, work, work: ‘Women’s Work’ at ISANG
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In a Dream You Saw a Way to Survive and Were Full of Joy - Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, UK

In a Dream You Saw a Way to Survive and Were Full of Joy - Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, UK | art move | Scoop.it
Andy Warhol, Sleep, 1963, video still. Courtesy: The Andy Warhol Museum © 2016 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, a museum of Carnegie Institute
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Sleep is, interestingly, one of the organizing themes of ‘In a Dream You Saw a Way to Survive and Were Full of Joy’, a Hayward touring exhibition curated by Price that opened at Whitworth Art Gallery in June. Now in touring at De La Waar Pavilion, Bexhillonsea 
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Tschabalala Self17 January - 12 March 2017 - Parasol Unit

Tschabalala Self17 January - 12 March 2017 - Parasol Unit | art move | Scoop.it
Tschabalala Self, 'Pieces of Me' (detail). 2015. Oil and acrylic on paper, 111.8 x 152.4 cm, 44 x 60 in. Courtesy of Friedman Collection. Photograph by Thomas Nelford.
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Tschabalala Self's first UK solo exhibition at Parasol unit, brings together a body of dynamic works, in painting, print and sculpture, spanning the first five years of Self's artistic career.
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résidence de Serge Olivier FOKOUA @ CRANE lab en juin-juillet 2014

résidence de Serge Olivier FOKOUA @ CRANE lab en juin-juillet 2014 | art move | Scoop.it

 

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Kaelen Wilson-Goldie at the opening of Documenta 14 in Athens

Kaelen Wilson-Goldie at the opening of Documenta 14 in Athens | art move | Scoop.it

Documenta 14 artistic director Adam Szymczyk surrounded by his team. (All photos: Kaelen Wilson-Goldie)

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LET’S SAY YOU LIVE IN TWO DIFFERENT PLACES. Maybe you were born in one city and live in another. One is cold, orderly, efficient, and peaceful; the other is hot, chaotic, wildly corrupt, and untenable. You endlessly set them in dialogue, sure that something meaningful will be made from the echo back and forth, the jagged path, and the way you move between them. If you’re lucky, your exile is of your own choosing. You haven’t been forced out by war, disaster, or economic collapse. But in that case, you have temptations to avoid (exoticism, exploitation) and tricky questions to answer. Who are you to live here, to make this place your own and create your work from it? And who are you to say that you do so from a place of love, not ambition or pity or arrogance, not from some misplaced need to affirm your position or legitimize your politics?
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ARS17+ Online Art

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Rachel Maclean - Let it go, 2015, video
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ARS17+ Online Art is the web extension of Kiasma’s ARS17 exhibition. It is an internet experience and tribute to today’s online art-makers.
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Bogosi Sekhukhuni : Simunye Summit 2010 | Contemporary And

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STEVENSON Johannesburg is pleased to present Simunye Summit 2010, Bogosi Sekhukhuni’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. 
Sekhukhuni presents videos and objects set in this parallel futuristic past, using allegory and myth as a form of instruction and introspection.
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STEVENSON

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"Client 001 psychic attack, Simunye Systems Orientation, 2016, HD video"
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An excerpt taken from a channelled testimony by an entity known as ‘third force’: In one of the infinite parallel worlds neighbouring the one we find ourselves in, a world we shall refer to as KWAAL WORLD, a new partnership of organisations was birthed in the land you currently know as South Africa, Johannesburg.
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Lubaina Himid: Invisible Strategies; Tschabalala Self review – history and mystery

Lubaina Himid: Invisible Strategies; Tschabalala Self review – history and mystery | art move | Scoop.it

For the Gods, 2015 by Tschabalala Self: ‘a born image-maker’. Photograph: Photograph by Thomas Nelford/Courtesy of Irena Hochman Fine Art Ltd.

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Zanzibar is never far away in the rich, dynamic work of British artist Lubaina Himid, while New York’s Tschabalala Self cuts to the chase
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Exhibition in Delhi at Exhibit 320 | 'Postcards from the Interior'

Exhibition in Delhi at Exhibit 320 | 'Postcards from the Interior' | art move | Scoop.it

"Indigenous Americans once believed that when a photograph was taken, it stole a piece of the person’s soul. Similar to mirrors, which many cultures regarded as reservoirs of our ‘selves’ and hence felt, if broken, would bring ill luck and disquiet. These beliefs function as powerful metaphors for how images define us—our physical borders, the individual arrangement of our features, and our identity in terms of our differences with others. Recently, Alex Parker, a London-based amateur photographer, took pictures of himself standing with one other person or another—a friend, acquaintance or stranger. He titled the series Me. Tanvi Mishra, a Delhi-based freelance photographer and debut curator, has orchestrated a similarly intimate exhibition, one that gazes at the lives of others, whether it be the artist or his or her subject.A startlingly talented group of photographers explores the theme of self and identity through an intensely personal lens"

Photograph by Ankit Goyal

Article by Janice Pariat | Open Magazine 


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