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Extra States: Nations in Liquidation at Kunsthal Extra City Ocula Report Extra States: Nations in Liquidation at Kunsthal Extra City 8 Dec 2018 : Stephanie Bailey for Ocula

The nation-state—a nation (a people) presided over by a governing body with jurisdiction over a defined territory (the state)—is either going through a renaissance or demise, depending on one's perspective. There has been talk about the nation-state's end for years—from a 2013 United States National Intelligence Council report...

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Anita Dube Ocula Conversation Anita Dube

On 12 December 2018, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB), referred to as 'the people's Biennale', will open its fourth edition to the public. Considered one of the most significant large-scale exhibitions in South Asia, and by far one of the most attended art events in the subcontinent, this edition is curated by the New Delhi-based artist and critic...

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The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial Keeps Up With The Zeitgeist Ocula Report The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial Keeps Up With The Zeitgeist 8 Dec 2018 : Susan Acret for Ocula

Looking through the windows that front Indonesian artist Aditya Novali's wall installation The Wall: Asian (Un)Real Estate Project (2011), a series of miniature apartments come into view: private interiors that are sometimes bland, strange or garish (Hello Kitty decor characterises one space, for example, while multiple Duchamp-like toilets appear...

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Jeremy Everett

b. 1979, USA

Born in Colorado, USA in 1979 and based in New York, Everett is a mixed media artist whose practice encompasses video and painting. With an initial degree in Landscape Architecture, Everett traversed into the making of art by completing a MFA at the University of Toronto. Everett was exposed in the formative parts of his early career to raw space, the vibrating yet contemplative existence elicited by bare earth. He is inspired by artists exploring the relationship between land and art such as Robert Smithson and Michael Heizer.

Everett's work stems from a centre of intuition and subtly evolves beyond process and creation; neither never fully created not complete, its significance is in its evolving state between beauty and decay. The resulting work has translucent qualities; they shimmer, glean, and glisten, while encouraging a contemplative engagement that challenges how you look at yourself, and how you view your surroundings. Everett's work is hypnotic, transcendental and disturbing whilst simultaneously pervading a mesmerising quality. It does not spell out what you should see but rather opens your mind to numerous transformative possibilities. 

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Edouard Malingue Gallery announces Jeremy Everett's solo exhibition opening Feb. 3 in Hong Kong Related Press Edouard Malingue Gallery announces Jeremy Everett's solo exhibition opening Feb. 3 in Hong Kong Cafa Art Info : 4 February 2016

Canvases finely layered by traces of molecular paint pigment; flashing sequential imagery of an overturned milk truck, the unctuous fluid spreading across an indistinct American highway; an immersive cubicle composed of paintings, a setting that mimics their process of creation. These are but elements of the recent works by emerging artist Jeremy...

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Controlled Disruption / Jeremy Everett Related Press Controlled Disruption / Jeremy Everett Flash Art : 20 October 2015

Born in Colorado in 1979, artist Jeremy Everett lived in Paris and recently moved to Los Angeles. Darren Flook talks with him about the greatest American monuments, Land Art and construction sites.

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Edouard Malingue: Invisible Light Related Press Edouard Malingue: Invisible Light Art Asia Pacific : 4 March 2015

Invisible Light, at Edouard Malingue Gallery’s new space in Hong Kong, is another exploration of such ideas, ambitiously drawing together five artists from Hong Kong, Istanbul, Paris and New York, whose works contemplate both the literal and metaphorical properties and associations of light. The works in the exhibit each evoke and manipulate...

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