I start from this profoundly libertarian space, which says that all things are possible with images. But the moment and the conjunctions when they can circulate are circumscribed. There is freedom but there are also constraints, and one needs to recognise when the two are absolutely aligned to make something possible.
Ocula Magazine presents a selection of highlights at the inaugural London Gallery Weekend.
At the 2021 March Meeting, a series of roundtables traced the Sharjah Biennial's 30-year history, unfolding the past into the present.
Opening events for the digital exhibition were postponed due to ongoing conflict between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces.
Three video works by John Akomfrah, Naeem Mohaiemen, and The Otolith Group explore histories of decolonisation.
The Lahore Biennale took place in sites built and used by the Mughals, the British, and the postcolonial Pakistan state.
Mohammad Salemy reviews the 58th Venice Biennale, May You Live In Interesting Times (11 May–24 November 2019), where 'Lithuania demonstrated how it is possible to be both socially relevant while pulling off one of the most likeable national pavilions in recent memory.'