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"In-mature-Limbo'' is an inter-zone, where you are welcome to cross, share, borrow, corrupt, caress...There is a reality principle that doesn't seek to be right against the daily disorder, but walks gaily over its ashed ruins.
Group exhibition at SongEun ArtSpace in Seoul curated by Aaron Cezar, Director of Delfina Foundation. Power play explores the complex nature of friendship and the power dynamics at play within relationships between individuals, institutions and the state.
Comprises 110 acrylic and charcoal imagined portraits of the 1965 victims. Dadang Christanto’s friend knew a news photographer colleague who somehow, had managed to access and produce photos of those who had been captured and tortured between 1965-1966 in Tegal.
Aditya Novali: Significant Other ShanghART Singapore is pleased to present Significant Other, a solo exhibition by Indonesian artist, Aditya Novali, featuring an entire series of new works. The exhibition opens on 8 September 2018 and will be on view from 9 September to 21 November 2018. Aditya Novali’s new series of work seeks to explore the universal experience of coming to terms with the numerous uncontrollable facets of life. Novali’s inspiration…
Three separate solo exhibitions by three young artists whose works probe the soul of our hyper-consumerist and networked condition in diverse ways. BANK has separated its space into three portals so that each exhibition project functions independently.
Engku Iman presents a selected body of works that expound the six foundations of her artistic practice: Religion / Culture / Society / Roles / Gender / Humanity.
For Kramer, decoy, or a disguised “lure,” is both a metaphor and a method of imitation, trapping, and reflection. Decoy is also a form of invitation––the artist is inviting the viewers to see through the mechanisms behind disguises, and to contemplate the more prevalent problems in the natural and industrial worlds.
Approaches this open-endeness as a feasible means of remembering and moving forward. His altered images of protest, revolution, rubble, and revolt are a way of combating forgetfulness, of prolonging history and highlighting its malleability.
Following his inclusion in Pace's presentation at Art Basel Hong Kong 2018, Tim Eitel will have his first solo-exhibition in Beijing at Pace's gallery in the 798 Art District. Featuring a selection of new and recent figurative paintings, the exhibition will highlight Eitel's continued command of color, technique and form and showcase the artist's ongoing investigation of interior space, memory and perception. ------------- Tim Eitel: Sites and Attitudes 2018.09.29 - 2018.11.10 Beijing— Pace Gallery is pleased to announce Sites and…
the first large-scale museum exhibition in China of work by French-American artist Louise Bourgeois. Widely regarded as one of the most important artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, Bourgeois is renowned for creating a body of work that fuses psychological depth with high formal invention.