The programme was put together with some of the city's leading galleries, including Goodman, König, Sadie Coles HQ, and Amanda Wilkinson.
In an increasingly usual move, each of the nominees will receive a share of the contemporary art prize.
Natasha Becker and Miguel A. Lopez will select galleries to explore two themes.
Centuries of bloodlust, cruelty, and tragedy are rendered in works made of comic books and plastic toys.
Modern master Frank Bowling's simultaneous inaugural shows with Hauser & Wirth celebrate six decades of the artist's innovative abstraction in New York and London.
Anat Ebgi trusts her relationships. More than any singular artist or exhibition she has shown since starting her gallery, it's the community she has developed that defines both her working practice and vision.
The Korean artist talks to Tatler about her expansive creative practice, her identity crisis and her work, Antigone being part of Para Site's upcoming exhibition. It seems impossible to define Minouk Lim and her creative practice in just one word.
This exhibition puts the artist on display, literally. From the inside out. You may never again have an opportunity to see so much of one individual laid bare before your eyes all at one time.
In this episode curator, Gcotyelwa Mashiqa is joined by artists, Pyda Nyariri and Stephané Conradie in a reflexive discussion unpacking Black Luminosity, a recent group exhibition by SMAC Gallery in Stellenbosch.
Kalim Yoon, Tactile Hours, Space Willing N Dealing, Seoul (20 May–13 June 2021).
Artist interview: Xindian Boys Part 4 The Untitled Year. Video by Su Hui-Yu.
Throughout the ecosystem, JooLee KANG has focused on ambiguous boundaries between humans and non-humans, an indistinguishable way of thinking between nature and civilization, and the self-reliance of whole organisms and inorganism.
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