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News & ViewsDaniel Arsham - The Time Traveler21 Jan. 2017{{document.location.href}}
Daniel Arsham is an artist unencumbered by the conventions of a particular place or period. Indeed, the very nature of his work and his audience's connection to it suggest that the lines of what constitute 'proper' art and even time itself seem to bend around him. From the comfort of his New York-based studio, he shares about his extensive use of...
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News & ViewsTaking an art trip through time20 Jan. 2017{{document.location.href}}
The State of This World: Thought and the Arts, the second of the Ashiya City Museum of Art and History’s Art Trip exhibitions, this time focuses on four contemporary artists’ works that are in some instances inspired by archaeology. They address issues of seen and unseen worlds, life and death, and the past speaking to the present.
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Ocula ReportAn Atlas of Mirrors: A report from the 5th Singapore Biennale18 Jan. 2017 : Elliat Albrecht for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
After a three-year hiatus, the fifth Singapore Biennale opened on 27 October 2016 at the Singapore Art Museum (SAM), which has acted as the sole organiser of the event since 2013. Titled An Atlas of Mirrors, the Biennale is curated by writer, professor, independent curator and former director of SAM, Dr. Susie Lingham, with the assistance of nine...
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Ocula ConversationMaria TaniguchiArtist, Philippines{{document.location.href}}
Preparing to sit down for my interview with Filipina artist, Maria Taniguchi, a small printed essay by Susan Gibb catches my eye on the coffee table in Galerie Perrotin’s office. Titled ‘Dogs in Space, Witches of Dumaguete’i, the essay, referencing the artist’s hometown of Dumaguete City and included in the catalogue for...
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