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UCCA Edge: Liu Xiaodong “Your Friends”

Liu Xiaodong (b. 1963, Jincheng, Liaoning province) is the contemporary heir to modern China’s realist painting tradition. Emerging in the 1990s, he began to depict what one critic called “minute but fragmentary observations of life” with snapshot clarity, turning the...

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UCCA Dune: Daniel Arsham “Sands of Time”

For the first-ever solo exhibition at UCCA Dune, Daniel Arsham will present a new body of work which expands upon his fascination with history and relics of the past, staged across the backdrop of the museum’s dramatic, subterranean space. Arsham has revisited iconic...

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UCCA: “Becoming Andy Warhol”

UCCA presents the most comprehensive exhibition by Andy Warhol staged to date in China. The exhibition will present around 400 works by the legendary Pop artist, selected from the collection of The Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh), to audiences in China. Based on...

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Lyon Housemuseum: “John Nixon in the Lyon Collection”

We are delighted to announce that the Housemuseum Galleries will be reopening from 2 June, 2021, with an exhibition that is close to our hearts—an exhibition of works by John Nixon (1949-2020), one of Australia's most celebrated artists. We have had the privilege of...

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Arter: Füsun Onur “Opus II – Fantasia Precaution”

One of the pioneers of contemporary art in Turkey, Füsun Onur’s installation Opus II – Fantasia from the Arter Collection carries references to music, as is the case with many of her works. Deploying everyday, fictional, and even autobiographical elements to explore...

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UCCA: Wang Tuo “Empty-handed into History”

  Wang Tuo’s works grow from an array of filmmaking strategies and methodologies: spatiotemporal and narrative overlap, inventive restructuring of historical texts, and a gloomy, calm visual language. In his first institutional solo exhibition, UCCA presents a...

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UCCA Edge: “Urban Theater: A Comedy in Four Acts”

Taking inspiration from the outdoor theaters of ancient Greece, “Urban Theater: A Comedy in Four Acts” applies lessons learned from the history, design, functionality, and continuing cultural influence of these stages to the unique architectural setting of UCCA Edge’s...

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Pera Museum: Etel Adnan “Impossible Homecoming”

Impossible Homecoming is a retrospective exhibition of artist and poet Etel Adnan, whose life spanned nearly a century. The daughter of a Smyrian Greek mother and a Damascene Ottoman officer, the artist was born in Beirut in 1925 to a multilingual, multi-faith, and...

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Nam June Paik Art Center: “Humor Has It”

Humor is a useful strategy in stating one’s stance. Jokes that trigger laughter allow us to express subversive thoughts metaphorically. Also humor presents the possibilities to dismantle canons and conventions openly. Humor in gestures of objection, mockery, irony,...

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K11 Art Foundation: Zhang Jian-Jun “Human Traces”

K11 Art Foundation (KAF) is thrilled to collaborate with Royal Academy of Arts to launch Zhang Jian-Jun: Human Traces, a return exhibition that shows the fruition of the Artist-in-Residence Programme, co-presented by KAF and London’s Royal Academy of Arts (RA). It...

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Ms. Adeline von Fürstenberg on “Art for The World”

Ms. Adeline von Fürstenberg on “Art for The World”

ART for The World is a non-governmental organization founded to build a bridge between art and society, with contemporary art serving humanitarian purposes. Inspired by Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Everyone has the right to take part...

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Ms. Adeline von Fürstenberg on “Art for The World”

Ms. Adeline von Fürstenberg on “Art for The World”

ART for The World is a non-governmental organization founded to build a bridge between art and society, with contemporary art serving humanitarian purposes. Inspired by Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Everyone has the right to take part...

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