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Sharjah Art Foundation: “March Project 2019 Exhibition”

March Project is an educational residency programme that provides opportunities for artists to research, realise and present site-specific works. Participants in this programme, chosen from the Gulf and abroad, take part in site visits and attend Sharjah Art...

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Sharjah Art Foundation: Bani Abidi “Funland”

For over fifteen years, Bani Abidi’s work has engaged with questions of personal memory, patriotism and geopolitics through the lens of present-day Pakistan and the larger histories of South Asia. With a wry sense of humour and attention to the performative aspects of...

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Yayoi Kusama Museum: Yayoi Kusama “Spirits of Aggregation”

First produced in 1961, Yayoi Kusama’s Accumulation or Aggregation is a series of works that consist of repeated identical motifs. This body of art began with two-dimensional collages, using everyday objects such as stickers, before extending into the medium of soft...

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Ullens Center for Contemporary Art : Matthew Barney “Redoubt”

From September 28 through December 15, 2019, UCCA will present “Matthew Barney: Redoubt,” a major new body of work realized between 2016 and 2019 that will mark the artist’s first solo exhibition in China. The exhibition includes a two-hour film, four monumental...

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Ishara Art Foundation: “Body Building”

Body Building, as the play on words suggests, explores South Asian identities and perspectives in the context of architecture and the built environment. Significant bodies of lens-based work from sixteen visual practitioners come together in this exhibition,...

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Sharjah Art Foundation: “Lasting Impressions: Adam Henein”

Sharjah Art Foundation, in collaboration with Sharjah Museums Authority, presents the exhibition Lasting Impressions: Adam Henein, a survey of the artist’s paintings and sculptures from the 1950s until today. Recognised as one of the most prominent sculptors in the...

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Para Site: “Café do Brasil”

From the ‘60s through the ‘70s, Café do Brasil was the place for people to hang out and chat over drinks. Situated in a corner enjoying a seaside view, on the second floor of Ocean Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui, the café features in the literary accounts of many Hong Kong...

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HOW Art Museum: “Serious Games”

HOW Art Museum (Shanghai) is pleased to announce that the group exhibition Serious Games will be on view from August 2. Serious Games will present works and projects of both artists and game designers, casting light on the historical development of video games as a...

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Sharjah Art Foundation: “Surface Tension”

Surface Tension features works in video, painting, drawing and sculpture that explore ‘surface’ as a dynamic interface between artists and their surroundings. Although the notion of surface can conjure associations with the inconsequential or the everyday, the slick...

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