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Tschabalala Self: 'We must abandon the lies and mistruths we have been told' Ocula Conversation Tschabalala Self: 'We must abandon the lies and mistruths we have been told' By Jareh Das, New York City

Tschabalala Self discusses her representations of Black bodies as sites of multiplicity.

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Lindy Lee: Moon in a Dew Drop Ocula Conversation Lindy Lee: Moon in a Dew Drop By Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, Sydney

Lindy Lee reflects on her decades-long practice with MCA Director Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, curator of her current survey at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.

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Love and Artificial Intelligence Ocula Conversation Love and Artificial Intelligence By Penny Liu, Beijing

Cornelia Schneider, head of global experiential marketing at Hyundai Motor Company, and curator Jiaying Chen discuss the winning exhibition of Hyundai Blue Prize 2020, which supports emerging curators in China.

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'We'll see what the hell happens': Jim Shaw on Politics and Pop Culture in the U.S. Ocula Conversation 'We'll see what the hell happens': Jim Shaw on Politics and Pop Culture in the U.S. By Lydia Yee, London

Ahead of the U.S. election results, Jim Shaw talks to Whitechapel Gallery chief curator Lydia Yee about the political and pop cultural themes in his latest paintings.

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Georgette Chen: An Inimitable Pioneer of the Nanyang Style Ocula Feature Georgette Chen: An Inimitable Pioneer of the Nanyang Style By Stephanie Bailey, Singapore

Georgette Chen 'called herself a product of two Chinese revolutions and two world wars'.

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Takis, the 'Instinctive Scientist' Ocula Feature Takis, the 'Instinctive Scientist' By Despina Zefkili, Hong Kong

With White Cube Hong Kong presenting the first show in Asia of works by the late sculptor Takis, explore the life and work of a self-described 'instinctive scientist', whom Marcel Duchamp called 'the happy ploughman of magnetic fields'.

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Asia Society's First Triennial Dreams of Unity Ocula Feature Asia Society's First Triennial Dreams of Unity By Vivian Chui, New York

With works by over 40 artists including Kimsooja, Shazia Sikander, and Xu Zhen, Vivian Chui reviews the first Asia Society Triennial in New York: 'a pan-Asian tribute in an urban landscape where nearly one and a quarter million citizens claim to be of Asian descent'.

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Kim Lim in Her Own Context Ocula Feature Kim Lim in Her Own Context By Bianca Chu, London

On the occasion of the Kim Lim's spotlight at Tate Britain, Bianca Chu traces the artist's practice and the mark it left on the British art scene.

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Hong Kong Spotlight: Six Artists to Watch Ocula Insight Hong Kong Spotlight: Six Artists to Watch By Stephanie Bailey, Hong Kong

Hong Kong Spotlight is Art Basel's first physical presentation in 2020.

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Artissima XYZ: Artist Highlights Ocula Insight Artissima XYZ: Artist Highlights By Stephanie Bailey, Online

We introduce some of the artists showing with Artissima XYZ, an online platform being staged for the fair's 2020 edition.

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Art021: Six Artwork Highlights Ocula Insight Art021: Six Artwork Highlights By Ocula Advisory, Shanghai

The Ocula Advisory team select six highlights from Art021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair's 8th edition, running from 12 to 15 November 2020.

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Nadim Abbas: Process as Form Ocula Insight Nadim Abbas: Process as Form By Ingrid Pui Yee Chu, Hong Kong

The mixed media installations by Hong Kong artist Nadim Abbas explore the subtle and unseen structures that define urban living.

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Australian Centre for Photography Enters 'Hibernation' Ocula News Australian Centre for Photography Enters 'Hibernation' Sydney, 27 November 2020

'Continuing to operate in our current form is a pathway to extinction,' said Chairman Michael Blomfield.

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Noguchi Museum Swears No Relationship With Melania Ocula News Noguchi Museum Swears No Relationship With Melania Washington D.C., 26 November 2020

Isamu Noguchi is the first Asian American artist collected by the White House.

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See All 12 Works Shortlisted for High Line Plinth Commissions Ocula News See All 12 Works Shortlisted for High Line Plinth Commissions New York, 26 November 2020

Models of the proposed artworks will be exhibited on the High Line from January 2021.

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Who Is Tate Winter Commission Artist Chila Kumari Singh Burman? Ocula News Who Is Tate Winter Commission Artist Chila Kumari Singh Burman? London, 24 November 2020

Chila Kumari Singh Burman identifies as a Punjabi, Liverpudlian, Pop artist, and alien.

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