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Arter: KP Brehmer “The Big Picture”

Arter welcomes the new season with a major retrospective of the German artist KP Brehmer (Berlin 1938–Hamburg 1997). Curated by Selen Ansen and featuring an extensive selection from the oeuvre of Brehmer who was associated with the Capitalist Realism movement, the...

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Arter: “For Eyes That Listen”

Drawn from the Arter Collection and curated by Arter’s Founding Director Melih Fereli, the exhibition For Eyes That Listen brings together works that feature a strong connection with music and sound. Taking its reference from the methods and approaches of Fluxus...

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Arter: “On Celestial Bodies”

Drawn from the Arter Collection and curated by Kevser Güler, the group exhibition entitled On Celestial Bodies focuses on questions revolving around the ways the mode of coexistence can be reconceived and reconstructed today. Interested in the potentials possessed by...

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Arter: Altan Gürman

Most of Altan Gürman’s works (b. 1935) produced from 1965 until his untimely passing in 1976 were meticulously preserved and kept together by his wife Bilge Gürman along with his archive. Both these works and archival material have been added to Arter’s collection in...

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UCCA: Elizabeth Peyton “Practice”

Since the 1990s, Elizabeth Peyton has been a major force in the resurgence of figurative painting and the revitalization of the portraiture tradition. This exhibition, the artist’s first solo show in China, features drawings and paintings from her thirty-year career,...

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M Woods: “Collective Care: A House with Many Guests”

With artworks by: Kader Attia, Pierrette Bloch, Gustave Courbet, Martin Creed, Dong Dawei, Tomoo Gokita, Katharina Grosse, Gu Changwei, Charles Harlan, He Xiangyu, Jeppe Hein, David Hockney, Pierre Huyghe, Raoul de Keyser, Austin Lee, Li Ming, Pixy Liao, Liu Heung...

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Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo and KADIST: “Things Entangling”

Things Entangling, the culmination of a long-term curatorial collaboration between the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo and KADIST, is currently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo until September 27, 2020. Trees, fossils, books, artifacts—these are some...

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Nam June Paik Art Center: “Nam June Paik TV Wave”

Nam June Paik Art Center unveils a new exhibition titled Nam June Paik TV Wave from May 12, 2020 to March 7, 2021. This exhibition was ready to open on March 24, its original opening day, and Nam June Paik Art Center is waiting to meet visitors. An estimated 73...

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UCCA: “Mediations in an Emergency”

“Meditations in an Emergency” is the first exhibition to open in 2020 at UCCA Beijing, bringing together 26 Chinese and international artists reflecting on the role of art during a time of crisis. From May 21 to August 30, 2020, UCCA Center for Contemporary Art...

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Times Museum: Candice Lin “Toxic Semiotics”

Candice Lin's solo exhibition Pigs and Poison (planned for March 21 to May 24, 2020) has been rescheduled to 2021 due to the temporary lockdown in China earlier this year. One of Lin’s videos, Toxic Semiotics, will be accessible in full length on Times Museum’s...

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UCCA Dune: “Resistance of the Sleepers”

  As contemporary society grows increasingly frantic, sleep has become one of the few unconquered and unalienated human “resources,” but the average time spent sleeping is decreasing more and more—the last standing barrier of humanity is at stake. “Resistance of...

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Mori Art Museum: “Heatherwick Studio: Building Soulfulness”

The development of digital technologies and their infiltration into everyday life have dramatically altered how we relate to the surrounding environment and other people. In times such as these, is it possible to bring the empathy that connects our emotions to others,...

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Westbund Art Talks: Robyn Cedras-Tobin, Director Rupert Museum

Westbund Art Talks: Robyn Cedras-Tobin, Director Rupert Museum

Robyn Cendras-Tobin, Director of the Rupert Museum Within the world of private art foundations, not many people get the change to experience the transition from one generation to the next. How was it for you moving from the original founders, Dr  Anton and Mrs Huberte...

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