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ART X Lagos: Nigeria’s Art Renaissance Ocula Report ART X Lagos: Nigeria’s Art Renaissance 17 Nov 2018 : Jareh Das for Ocula

Nigeria's art scene has flourished over the last decade, leading to a renewed interest in cultivating and supporting modern and contemporary art in the country. Ranked Africa's largest economy in 2017, making up 0.8 percent of the world's GDP, a surge in wealth amongst some individuals has led to a developing collector base (not to mention rising...

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Cao Fei Ocula Conversation Cao Fei Artist

Cao Fei's first large-scale institutional exhibition in Asia, A hollow in a world too full (8 September 2018–4 January 2019), is taking place at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Hong Kong, the city's new non-profit art centre housed in a former colonial police and prison complex in Central. Organised in collaboration with Ullens Center for Contemporary Art...

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Shanghai's West Bund and Art021 fairs overlap in 2018 Ocula Report Shanghai's West Bund and Art021 fairs overlap in 2018 17 Nov 2018 : Diana d’Arenberg for Ocula

The last time I visited West Bund Art & Design was four years ago, when the fair was in its first year of operation: a small, boutique offering held in a cavernous hangar that seemed too big for it. Much has changed since then. Mirroring the rapid development of the city itself, West Bund has grown from 25 galleries in 2014 to a fair that...

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Nguyen Phuong Linh

b. 1985, Vietnam

Born in 1985 in Hanoi where she is also based, Nguyen Phuong Linh is one of Vietnam’s most promising young artists.  She has exhibited in numerous exhibitions with recent solo shows at 3147966 cm3 mobile gallery in Thailand, Nha San Studio in Vietnam and Fukuoka Asian Art Museum in Japan.  Phuong Linh has also held many international artist residencies with organizations such as Seoul Art Space, Korea, Kaman Art Foundation, Rajasthan, India and The Luggage Store, San Francisco, California, USA.

As the daughter of the founder of Hanoi’s most prominent art space, Nha San, Linh has been immersed in an artistic environment since birth.  She has developed a heightened artistic sensibility and a curiosity that has led her to develop her own creativity without a formal education in the arts.

In addition to being a visual artist, Phuong Linh is a co-founder and organizer of IN:ACT, an international performance art festival held annually in Hanoi since 2010.  In 2011 she curated ‘Skylines Without Flying People’, an exhibition of eight contemporary Vietnamese artists, at Rory Gill Fine Art in London, UK.  In 2012, Phuong Linh curated and participated in ‘Skylines With Flying People’, an unprecedented multi-disciplinary exhibition and program of events held across numerous venues in Hanoi, including the Japan Foundation, the Goethe-Institut, and Manzi Art Space.

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