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Biennale of Sydney Asks, What if Rivers Could Talk? Ocula News Biennale of Sydney Asks, What if Rivers Could Talk? Sydney, 13 April 2021

Fifty-nine participants have been named for the event, which takes inspiration from the legal personhood granted to rivers, parks, and mountains in recent years.

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Chaw Ei Thein and Moe Satt Condemn Violence in Myanmar Ocula News Chaw Ei Thein and Moe Satt Condemn Violence in Myanmar Yangon, 12 April 2021

More than 600 people have been killed by the military junta since they ousted Aung San Suu Kyi's elected government in February.

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London Galleries Prepare for 12 April Reopening Ocula News London Galleries Prepare for 12 April Reopening London, 9 April 2021

Many galleries struggled with their doors closed, and not just financially. But they also adapted new ways of showing and selling art.

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Art Basel Hong Kong Introduces ‘Satellite Booths’ Ocula News Art Basel Hong Kong Introduces ‘Satellite Booths’ Hong Kong, 8 April 2021

More than half of the galleries at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre won't have their own staff on the ground.

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Aichi Triennale 2022 Declares ‘STILL ALIVE’ Theme Ocula News Aichi Triennale 2022 Declares ‘STILL ALIVE’ Theme Nagoya, 8 April 2021

The triennale takes inspiration from conceptual artist On Kawara, who for decades sent telegrams reminding people he wasn't dead.

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Senzeni Marasela: ‘My work is rooted in Johannesburg’ Ocula Conversation Senzeni Marasela: ‘My work is rooted in Johannesburg’ By Jareh Das, Cape Town

Senzeni Marasela traces her practice within the context of South Africa's generation of post-apartheid female artists.

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Asia Society Triennial Part Two is a Mixed Success Ocula Feature Asia Society Triennial Part Two is a Mixed Success By Vivian Chui, New York

New York City's Asia Society Museum ushered in the spring season by unveiling the second and final chapter of its inaugural triennial.

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Pathways into Sculpture in Vietnam Ocula Insight Pathways into Sculpture in Vietnam By Nguyễn Thuỳ Dương, Ho Chi Minh City

At The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre in Ho Chi Minh City, four artists offer new pathways into sculpture.

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Sotheby’s and Phillips Announce High Concept NFT Auctions Ocula News Sotheby’s and Phillips Announce High Concept NFT Auctions New York, 7 April 2021

Projects by digital artists Pak and Mad Dog Jones are up for grabs in the auction houses' inaugural NFT sales this month.

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Rashid Johnson Brings ‘The Crisis’ to Storm King Ocula News Rashid Johnson Brings ‘The Crisis’ to Storm King New York, 6 April 2021

Johnson conceived the warning-sign-yellow work before Covid-19 ravaged the globe.

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König Galerie Opens New Location in Seoul’s Gangnam District Ocula News König Galerie Opens New Location in Seoul’s Gangnam District Seoul, 1 April 2021

The gallery's first exhibition includes works by Katharina Grosse, Norbert Bisky, Friedrich Kunath, and Alicja Kwade.

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Artist Simon Denny’s First NFT is a Trojan Horse Ocula Insight Artist Simon Denny’s First NFT is a Trojan Horse By Sam Gaskin, Berlin

The work is one of five NFTs Denny will release in the coming weeks, each a gesture of insurgency against the resource-hungry blockchains they are minted on.

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EXPO CHGO ONLINE: Six Artwork Highlights Ocula Insight EXPO CHGO ONLINE: Six Artwork Highlights By Tessa Moldan, Chicago

Ocula Magazine selects six artwork highlights from EXPO CHICAGO.

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Cecilia Vicuña: The Colour of Compassion Ocula Conversation  |  In Partnership with CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts Cecilia Vicuña: The Colour of Compassion By Daniel Borzutzky, San Francisco

Cecilia Vicuña reflects on the power of art and poetry to express the 'potential of who we really are as human beings.'

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Dubai Connections: Eight Highlights at Art Dubai Ocula Insight Dubai Connections: Eight Highlights at Art Dubai By Rebecca Anne Proctor, Dubai

Rebecca Anne Proctor highlights eight artists showing at the 14th Art Dubai.

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March Meeting Unfolds Okwui Enwezor’s ‘Postcolonial Constellations’ Ocula Feature March Meeting Unfolds Okwui Enwezor’s ‘Postcolonial Constellations’ By Stephanie Bailey, Sharjah

At the 2021 March Meeting, a series of roundtables traced the Sharjah Biennial's 30-year history, unfolding the past into the present.

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Armory to Launch Online Show ‘The Pandemic Is a Portal’ Ocula News Armory to Launch Online Show ‘The Pandemic Is a Portal’ New York, 30 March 2021

The exhibition builds on Arundhati Roy's essay arguing Covid-19 is a chance to break with the past.

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Basquiat and Beeple Lead 2021’s Priciest Works at Auction Ocula News Basquiat and Beeple Lead 2021’s Priciest Works at Auction Hong Kong, 29 March 2021

Auctions at Christie's this month brought in results that rival the highest prices paid for contemporary art at auction in 2020.

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