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News & ViewsMoses, Ruscha, Bell, Bengston: Backstage with the Cool School of artists, cooler than ever23 Jan. 2017{{document.location.href}}
It’s dark backstage as artists Ed Moses, Ed Ruscha, Larry Bell and Billy Al Bengston get miked up to appear before a packed house at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica. The glow of house lights seeps in from the stage wings and the audible bustle of audience members settling into their seats fills the tiny backstage nook. Pre-show suspense hangs in...
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News & ViewsSharjah Biennial 13: Dakar23 Jan. 2017{{document.location.href}}
Water gives life; life needs water. These fundamental realities can easily sound like truisms. But artist Kader Attia managed to invigorate conversations on the subject with renewed environmental and political urgency during the two-day symposium Vive L’Indépendance de L’Eau (Long Live the Independence of Water) that he organized at the University...
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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 ConversationMartine SymsArtist, Los Angeles{{document.location.href}}
Martine Syms is a Los Angeles-based artist who is gaining critical attention for works that explore the relationship between black creative cultures and contemporary digital media. She opened her solo exhibition Fact & Trouble at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts in April 2016, and is currently showing in group exhibitions across...
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