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Ocula ReportSUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement at the 21st Biennale of Sydney25 May 2018 : Tess Maunder for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement marks the twenty-first edition of the Biennale of Sydney (16 March–11 June 2018). Curated by Mami Kataoka, it brings together over 70 artists and artist collectives from 35 different countries exhibiting at 7 venues, including the Sydney Opera House, and marks the first time an Asian-born curator has been...
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Ocula ConversationKim Yong-IkArtist{{document.location.href}}
Kim Yong-Ik is the understated rebel of the Korean art world. Over his 40-year career as an artist, writer and curator, Kim has resisted aligning entirely with the dominant Korean movements, from the monochromatic and minimalist painters associated with Dansaekhwa, to those making socio-politically concerned Minjung or 'people's art' in the 1980s....
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Ocula ReportThe Lowdown: shows to see during Auckland Art Fair22 May 2018 : Anna Dickie for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
The time is ripe to galvanise New Zealand's public to more fully support its visual arts. With New Zealand-born artists like Simon Denny, Michael Stevenson and Francis Upritchard continuing to gain international acclaim, and a Turner Prize nominee in Luke Willis Thompson, the international art world is beginning to take notice of this small...
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Ocula ReportSUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement at the 21st Biennale of Sydney25 May 2018 : Tess Maunder for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement marks the twenty-first edition of the Biennale of Sydney (16 March–11 June 2018). Curated by Mami Kataoka, it brings together over 70 artists and artist collectives from 35 different countries exhibiting at 7 venues, including the Sydney Opera House, and marks the first time an Asian-born curator has been...
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Ocula ConversationKim Yong-IkArtist{{document.location.href}}
Kim Yong-Ik is the understated rebel of the Korean art world. Over his 40-year career as an artist, writer and curator, Kim has resisted aligning entirely with the dominant Korean movements, from the monochromatic and minimalist painters associated with Dansaekhwa, to those making socio-politically concerned Minjung or 'people's art' in the 1980s....
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Ocula ReportThe Lowdown: shows to see during Auckland Art Fair22 May 2018 : Anna Dickie for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
The time is ripe to galvanise New Zealand's public to more fully support its visual arts. With New Zealand-born artists like Simon Denny, Michael Stevenson and Francis Upritchard continuing to gain international acclaim, and a Turner Prize nominee in Luke Willis Thompson, the international art world is beginning to take notice of this small...
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Ocula ConversationAnya GallaccioArtist, United Kingdom{{document.location.href}}
Anya Gallaccio's practice is characterised by the twin notions of control and transition and, in particular, how each can be implemented and represented. Her approach often involves setting in motion a process and then letting go. Her use of materials that innately decay, melt, rot and transform, speak to the mutability of material and place. The...
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