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ART X Lagos: Nigeria’s Art Renaissance Ocula Report ART X Lagos: Nigeria’s Art Renaissance 17 November 201817 Nov 2018 : Jareh Das for Ocula

Nigeria's art scene has flourished over the last decade, leading to a renewed interest in cultivating and supporting modern and contemporary art in the country. Ranked Africa's largest economy in 2017, making up 0.8 percent of the world's GDP, a surge in wealth amongst some individuals has led to a developing collector base (not to mention rising...

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Cao Fei Ocula Conversation Cao Fei Artist

Cao Fei's first large-scale institutional exhibition in Asia, A hollow in a world too full (8 September 2018–4 January 2019), is taking place at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Hong Kong, the city's new non-profit art centre housed in a former colonial police and prison complex in Central. Organised in collaboration with Ullens Center for Contemporary Art...

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Shanghai's West Bund and Art021 fairs overlap in 2018 Ocula Report Shanghai's West Bund and Art021 fairs overlap in 2018 17 November 201817 Nov 2018 : Diana d’Arenberg for Ocula

The last time I visited West Bund Art & Design was four years ago, when the fair was in its first year of operation: a small, boutique offering held in a cavernous hangar that seemed too big for it. Much has changed since then. Mirroring the rapid development of the city itself, West Bund has grown from 25 galleries in 2014 to a fair that...

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Current Exhibitions

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Contemporary art exhibition, Huang Rui, Zen Space at Boers-Li Gallery,
26 October–8 December 2018 Huang Rui Zen SpaceBoers-Li Gallery, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Jennifer Wen Ma, Cry · Joy · Park at Tang Contemporary Art,
27 October–15 December 2018 Jennifer Wen Ma Cry · Joy · ParkTang Contemporary Art, Beijing
Contemporary art exhibition, Mohau Modisakeng, KIN at Sabrina Amrani Gallery,
13 September–22 December 2018 Mohau Modisakeng KINSabrina Amrani Gallery, Madrid
Contemporary art exhibition, Monique Van Genderen, Monique Van Genderen at Miles McEnery Gallery,
15 November–22 December 2018 Monique Van Genderen Monique Van GenderenMiles McEnery Gallery, 520 West 21st Street, New York
Contemporary art exhibition, Atul Dodiya, The Fragrance of a Paper Rose at Templon,
27 October–29 December 2018 Atul Dodiya The Fragrance of a Paper RoseTemplon, 30 rue Beaubourg, Paris
Contemporary art exhibition, Ryan Mrozowski, Ryan Mrozowski at Simon Lee Gallery,
25 October–24 November 2018 Ryan Mrozowski Ryan MrozowskiSimon Lee Gallery, London

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Cao Fei Ocula Conversation Cao Fei Artist

Cao Fei's first large-scale institutional exhibition in Asia, A hollow in a world too full (8 September 2018–4 January 2019), is taking place at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Hong Kong, the city's new non-profit art centre housed in a former colonial police and prison complex in Central. Organised in collaboration with Ullens Center for Contemporary Art...

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Shanghai's West Bund and Art021 fairs overlap in 2018 Ocula Report Shanghai's West Bund and Art021 fairs overlap in 2018 17 November 201817 Nov 2018 : Diana d’Arenberg for Ocula

The last time I visited West Bund Art & Design was four years ago, when the fair was in its first year of operation: a small, boutique offering held in a cavernous hangar that seemed too big for it. Much has changed since then. Mirroring the rapid development of the city itself, West Bund has grown from 25 galleries in 2014 to a fair that...

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Focus Kazakhstan–Thinking Collections: Telling Tales Ocula Report Focus Kazakhstan–Thinking Collections: Telling Tales 15 November 201815 Nov 2018 : Fawz Kabra for Ocula

Kazakhstan has been inhabited since the Paleolithic period. Its etymology comes from kazakh, meaning 'wanderer', and stan, which in Persian means 'land'. And so the country—ninth largest in the world—is literally translated to 'land of the wanderers'. From Genghis Khan's Mongolian Empire to the rise and fall of the Soviet Union, the...

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Art Taipei 2018 Ocula Report Art Taipei 2018 10 November 201810 Nov 2018 : Diana d’Arenberg for Ocula

'There is nothing more boring than the story of decline,' a journalist remarked at an art criticism panel I attended the evening before making the trip to see Art Taipei (26–29 October 2018). As I attended the opening night of Asia's oldest art fair, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, those words rang in my head. Wandering up and down...

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MOON by Bart Stolle contemporary artwork Bart StolleMOON, 2018 Series of 3 drawings
Zeno X Gallery Request price & availability
Color and black squares by Chant Avedissian contemporary artwork Chant AvedissianColor and black squares, 1982–1989 Hand-dyed cotton
205 x 257 cm
Sabrina Amrani Gallery Request price & availability
Mysterious Approach II by Hans Hofmann contemporary artwork Hans HofmannMysterious Approach II, 1945 Oil on panel
67.3 x 76.2 cm
Miles McEnery Gallery Request price & availability
Untitled (cortex whistle hole) by Brendan Huntley contemporary artwork Brendan HuntleyUntitled (cortex whistle hole), 2017–2018 Oil on linen
150 x 102 cm
Tolarno Galleries Request price & availability
Untitled by Hélio Oiticica contemporary artwork Hélio OiticicaUntitled, 1955 Gouache on cardboard
47.8 x 48.6 cm
Galerie Lelong & Co. Request price & availability
Hippies in Tit Heaven by Lisa Yuskavage contemporary artwork Lisa YuskavageHippies in Tit Heaven, 2015 Lithograph in twelve colours on paper
39.62 x 34.75 inches
David Zwirner Request price & availability
A No Man's Land 3 by Lisa Yuskavage contemporary artwork Lisa YuskavageA No Man's Land 3, 2013 Pastel over inkjet ground on rag paper
40 x 60 inches
David Zwirner Request price & availability
Tree no. 9 by Shan Hur contemporary artwork Shan HurTree no. 9, 2018 Bronze
29.5 x 19 x 43 cm
Gana Art Request price & availability

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