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Latest Ocula ConversationKit Hammonds and Ingrid ChuInitiators of 'The Editorial' at the Taipei Biennial 2016‘The Editorial is, in some ways, a culmination of these programmes, and an opportunity to link some of the same people and thinkers that were part of those earlier projects, as well as to reveal their thought processes and ideally provide further platforms for them to talk about their work, and to each other.’Read MoreBy ELLIAT ALBRECHT
The Editorial at the Taipei Biennial 2016, 10-11 December, 2016.
David Chan, The Great East Indiaman, 2016. Image courtesy of Singapore Art Museum.
Ocula ConversationMartine SymsArtist, Los Angeles‘For the past decade or so, the art world has felt increasingly conservative, racist, homophobic and misogynistic, in my professional experience. ’Read MoreBy KATE BRETTKELLY-CHALMERS Martine Syms. Photo: Christopher Horne. Courtesy the artist.
Ocula ReportTales of Our Time at the GuggenheimBy ROBERT AYERS | Dec 2016The exhibition comprises nine large-scale works from mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan that have been newly-commissioned for the Guggenheim’s permanent collection.Read More Sun Yuan & Peng Yu, Can’t Help Myself, 2016. Photo: David Heald.
Ocula ReportThe scene of a crime: a report from Shanghai's art weekBy ELLIAT ALBRECHT | Dec 2016 Frankly though, I couldn’t concentrate: a trade fair seemed trivial as social and political progress seemed on the brink of a steep and painful descent.Read More Installation view, OVERPOP at the Yuz Museum. Image courtesy Yuz Musuem, Shanghai.
News & ViewsArtRx LA20 Jan 2017This week, Baik Art hosts a conversation about art and racial justice, Llyn Foulkes debuts new work at Sprüth Magers, Brand Library opens a show focused on art collectives, and more.Read MoreVia Hyperallergic
Llyn Foulkes, To Bernie, From Llyn, 2016, photograph, oil paint, fabric, ink and found objects on plywood, 11 X 12 1/2 in. Image courtesy of Sprüth Magers.
News & Views7 Highlights from the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 201620 Jan 2017The Kochi-Muziris Bienniale is 108 days of performance, workshops, ambitious artist interventions and education programming in what is the largest and most anticipated celebration of contemporary art in South Asia.Read MoreVia Art Radar Journal
Naiza Khan. Photo: Fahim Siddiqui, courtesy of Kochi-Muziris Bienniale.