b. 1986, Thailand

Korakrit Arunanondchai Ocula Magazine

Singapore Art Week: Exhibitions to See Ocula Feature Singapore Art Week: Exhibitions to See By Elaine YJ Zheng, Singapore

Ocula Magazine presents a selection of must-see exhibitions during the 10 th edition of Singapore Art Week.

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S.E.A. Focus to Include Virtual Studio Visits and Online Talks Ocula News S.E.A. Focus to Include Virtual Studio Visits and Online Talks Singapore, 11 January 2021

Among the highlights of the fair are peeks into Korakrit Arunanondchai's studio in Bangkok and Melissa Tan's studio in Singapore.

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Performa Unearths the Telethon for 2020 Gala Ocula News Performa Unearths the Telethon for 2020 Gala New York, 10 November 2020

The homage to obsolete TV formats will also allow viewers to shop Cindy Sherman and Barbara Kruger from their sofas.

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Dhaka Art Summit 2020: Seismic Movements Ocula Feature Dhaka Art Summit 2020: Seismic Movements By Radha Mahendru, Dhaka

The fifth Dhaka Art Summit plotted movements, solidarities, and exchanges across the Global South.

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16th Istanbul Biennial Collapses Culture-Nature Divide Ocula Feature 16th Istanbul Biennial Collapses Culture-Nature Divide By Stephanie Bailey, Istanbul

The Seventh Continent 'acknowledges and addresses the end of the division between nature and culture'.

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Whitney Biennial 2019: Between Resistance and Complicity Ocula Feature Whitney Biennial 2019: Between Resistance and Complicity By Banyi Huang, New York

The 2019 Whitney Biennial, is driven by a collective sentiment of sociopolitical consciousness, writes Banyi Huang in this reflection on the 79th instalment of the longest-running survey of American art.

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Golden Jubilee: Art Brussels Ocula Feature Golden Jubilee: Art Brussels By Denis Maksimov, Brussels

With 147 participating galleries from 32 countries and some 800 artists represented on the fair floor, over 30 percent of whom were below the age of 40, the fiftieth anniversary edition of Art Brussels was in youthful spirits, despite being the second oldest art fair in the world after Art Cologne.

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