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Katerina Gregos Ocula Conversation Katerina Gregos By Stephanie Bailey, Brussels

Those who know Art Brussels know that it has built up its own niche of difference in the admittedly pretty homogeneous landscape of art fairs.

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Frieze Week Lowdown: London Shows to See Ocula Feature Frieze Week Lowdown: London Shows to See By Tessa Moldan, London

London's museums and galleries are gearing up for an October of art fairs.

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The West Bund Art & Design fair seals Shanghai art's gentrification Ocula Feature The West Bund Art & Design fair seals Shanghai art's gentrification By Sam Gaskin, Shanghai

As the strength of global galleries attending has increased, the proportion of participating galleries with a base in Shanghai has decreased.

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Taipei Biennial: Planet Earth Defence Command Ocula Feature Taipei Biennial: Planet Earth Defence Command By Sam Gaskin, Taipei

Like the Earth itself, the debate about what to call the current geological epoch is getting heated. For 11,700 years, since the end of the last ice age, we’ve been living in the Holocene, the temperate climate in which human civilization has thrived. But Nobel Prize-winning chemist Paul Crutzen argues that now mankind has become the most...

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Gwangju Biennale: Burning Down The House Ocula Feature Gwangju Biennale: Burning Down The House By Jeesun Park, Gwangju

Gwangju is only the sixth largest city in Korea but its history has become well-known to art audiences around the world through its provocative biennale, now a fixed event in the international art calendar. The Gwangju Biennale began twenty years ago specifically to commemorate the historic fight for democracy that took place in the city, known...

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Finding The Desert In The Desert: The Los Angeles Project At Ucca, Beijing Ocula Feature Finding The Desert In The Desert: The Los Angeles Project At Ucca, Beijing By Robin Peckham, Beijing

Ask a Beijing artist where they would like to spend time abroad living, working, seeing exhibitions, meeting artists and curators, and the answer is invariably New York. Aside from the obvious attractions, New York appears culturally exotic; there seems to be a consensus that Beijing, as an art center and urban environment, operates somehow...

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Hong Kong Autumn Exhibitions 2014: Walls, Landscapes And Dames Ocula Feature Hong Kong Autumn Exhibitions 2014: Walls, Landscapes And Dames By Diana d'Arenberg, Hong Kong

Hong Kong seems to be growing out of its love affair with big brand artists, some of which have had about as much appeal as a vagazzler—overexposed, brash, bling. Gone are the dot paintings and Swarovski skulls, and Maos, as the city transitions to a deeper engagement with more challenging and engaging art.

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