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MoMA Expansion: Once the Modern, Always the Modern Ocula Feature MoMA Expansion: Once the Modern, Always the Modern By Mohammad Salemy, New York

Mohammad Salemy reports on art historical and political redress within The Museum of ModernArt's permanent collection after the museum's recent expansion.

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The Lowdown: shows to see during Armory Week Ocula Feature The Lowdown: shows to see during Armory Week By Robert Ayers, New York

The Armory Show is really just the weekend-long cherry on top of the splendid sundae that is the New York art scene and all it has to offer.

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A Tale of Two Cities: the first Art Düsseldorf Ocula Feature A Tale of Two Cities: the first Art Düsseldorf By Stephanie Bailey, Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf, the capital of Germany’s most populous federal state and the economic heart of the Rhine-Ruhr region, has developed an identity as a ‘trade fair city’, with an excellent cultural scene that includes a long list of festivals and cultural institutions.

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Berlin, Boners and Brecht Ocula Feature Berlin, Boners and Brecht By Diana d'Arenberg, Berlin

It was a typical Berlin week of contrasts, of darkness and beauty, the sacred and the profane.

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Yokohama Triennale 2014 'Art Fahrenheit 451: Sailing Into The Sea Of Oblivion' Ocula Feature Yokohama Triennale 2014 'Art Fahrenheit 451: Sailing Into The Sea Of Oblivion' By Becca Voelcker, Yokohama

At the height of McCarthyism, American writer Ray Bradbury published his dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451 which describes life in a near future where all books are burned on the orders of the state. Extrapolating from the situation of censorship that he felt pervaded 1950s America, Bradbury imagined a fleet of ‘firemen’ who ignite...

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