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Tacita Dean Ocula Magazine

Lubaina Himid Print Commissioned for UK Diplomatic Buildings Ocula News Lubaina Himid Print Commissioned for UK Diplomatic Buildings London, 28 September 2021

The Turner Prize-winning artist's collage alludes to the slave trade and the emerging climate refugee crisis.

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Cai Guo-Qiang Invokes Mayans and Space Aliens at Museum of Art Pudong Ocula News Cai Guo-Qiang Invokes Mayans and Space Aliens at Museum of Art Pudong Shanghai, 24 June 2021

Cai's exhibition is one of three inaugurating the new 40,000-square-metre museum in Shanghai.

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Tacita Dean at Marian Goodman Gallery, New York Ocula Insight Tacita Dean at Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

Tacita Dean’s most recent show at Marian Goodman Gallery in New York, … my English breath in foreign clouds, featured new drawings, photos, and films. It was presented in t

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On Film: The Sydney Biennale Report Part Iii Ocula Feature On Film: The Sydney Biennale Report Part Iii By Stella Rosa McDonald, Sydney

Tacita Dean’s commission for the 19th Biennale of Sydney and Carriageworks, Event for a Stage, sits at the apex of a Biennale whose greatest successes have been in its film, video and performance works. Dean is an artist who courts chance and she described this, her first live work, as being based on a “series of profound...

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MMCA Seoul's First Steps Ocula Feature MMCA Seoul's First Steps By Ines Min, Seoul

South Korea’s most anticipated event of the year, the opening of MMCA Seoul, is a milestone for the national museum and local art scene. The new outpost of South Korea’s singular, national contemporary art museum is situated on a minefield of historic structures, set within a zoning law nightmare, and sandwiched between...

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Notes On Desire: The 19Th Biennale Of Sydney Ocula Feature Notes On Desire: The 19Th Biennale Of Sydney By Stella Rosa McDonald, Sydney

" Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine and at last you create what you will." George Bernard Shaw In 1879, a French postman named Ferdinand Cheval began building an esoteric homage to the beauty of sandstone. On one of his postal rounds, Cheval came across small pieces of...

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