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Blockbuster European Exhibition Opens in Tempelhof Hangars Ocula News Blockbuster European Exhibition Opens in Tempelhof Hangars Berlin, 10 June 2021

Diversity United is a soft power push to unite Europe. But Putin is pushing back.

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Art X Lagos Will Return in November 2021 Ocula News Art X Lagos Will Return in November 2021 Lagos, 8 June 2021

The influential Nigerian fair will resume its run at Federal Palace after last year's online only edition.

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Who Won Australia's 2021 Archibald Prize for Portraiture? Ocula News Who Won Australia's 2021 Archibald Prize for Portraiture? Sydney, 4 June 2021

The 2021 winners of the Wynne and Sulman Prizes were also announced at the Art Gallery of New South Wales today.

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What Are Galleries Showing in Aspen in 2021? Ocula News What Are Galleries Showing in Aspen in 2021? Aspen, 4 June 2021

White Cube, Lehmann Maupin, and Almine Rech are among the global galleries heading for the hills this summer.

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Seoul Mediacity Biennale’s New Online Project Skewers the ‘Samsung Man’ Ocula News Seoul Mediacity Biennale’s New Online Project Skewers the ‘Samsung Man’ Seoul, 3 June 2021

The video by Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries tells a story of death and rebirth through text and a killer jazz track.

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Shanghai Biennale Mobilises Trans-Species Alliances Ocula Feature Shanghai Biennale Mobilises Trans-Species Alliances By Sasha Zhao, Shanghai

The final phase of the 13th Shanghai Biennale officially launched on 17 April with an exhibition of works by 64 artists.

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Surrealism Out of Hong Kong Ocula Insight Surrealism Out of Hong Kong By Sarah Wei, Hong Kong

Chinese Surrealism is Alisan Fine Arts' take on Surrealism through the lens of six Hong Kong artists.

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Hockney Helps Hamptons Sales Start Summer Strong Ocula News Hockney Helps Hamptons Sales Start Summer Strong New York, 2 June 2021

Pace, Lisson, Hauser & Wirth, and Sotheby's all have spaces located to reach New York collectors where they summer.

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Sarah Sze Sculpture ‘Fallen Sky’ Lands at Storm King Ocula News Sarah Sze Sculpture ‘Fallen Sky’ Lands at Storm King New York, 1 June 2021

The model for the work was created through erosion, leaving a form that Sze recreated in highly-polished steel.

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Sam Gilliam Shows ‘Garden Rake’ Paintings in Seoul Ocula News Sam Gilliam Shows ‘Garden Rake’ Paintings in Seoul Seoul, 31 May 2021

The show at Pace Gallery is Gilliam's first ever solo exhibition in Asia.

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Tracey Emin to Help Birth New Munch Museum on October 22 Ocula News Tracey Emin to Help Birth New Munch Museum on October 22 Oslo, 28 May 2021

The Oslo museum's opening has endured a long labour, set back 18 months by construction delays and the pandemic.

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Dub Legend Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Joins Bienal de São Paulo Ocula News Dub Legend Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Joins Bienal de São Paulo São Paulo, 27 May 2021

Perry is one of 91 artists participating in Latin America's longest-running biennial this year.

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Li Binyuan Wins $30,000 Sovereign Asian Art Prize Ocula News Li Binyuan Wins $30,000 Sovereign Asian Art Prize Hong Kong, 27 May 2021

Li was initially unavailable to comment on his win. Known for putting his body on the line, he recently fell off a waterfall and broke four bones.

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Wellington’s City Gallery May Lose Senior Staff Ocula News Wellington’s City Gallery May Lose Senior Staff Wellington, 26 May 2021

The city's mayor said a proposed restructure could compromise the gallery's ability to attract and present major exhibitions.

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Loie Hollowell's Shanghai Recalibration Ocula Insight Loie Hollowell's Shanghai Recalibration By Hutch Wilco, Shanghai

Loie Hollowell's geometric compositions use a personal lexicon of symbolic forms derived from religious iconography and architecture.

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The National 2021 Finds Ways to Care in Australia Ocula Feature The National 2021 Finds Ways to Care in Australia By Susan Acret, Sydney

The National 2021: New Australian Art makes inroads in addressing representation, equality, and understanding.

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Natalie Rudd on Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945 Ocula Conversation Natalie Rudd on Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945 By Tessa Moldan, London

Natalie Rudd, Senior Curator of the Arts Council Collection, discusses the touring exhibition Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945.

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Fourth Plinth Proposals Unveiled at National Gallery Ocula News Fourth Plinth Proposals Unveiled at National Gallery London, 26 May 2021

A Ghanaian grain silo and a sculpture featuring the faces of 850 trans women are among six works being shown in miniature.

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Why Kevin McCoy Is Auctioning Off the First NFT Ever Minted Ocula News Why Kevin McCoy Is Auctioning Off the First NFT Ever Minted New York, 25 May 2021

'For a while I was thinking that Quantum should go into the collection of a museum like MoMA but now I'm like fuck it,' McCoy said.

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Sharjah Biennial Announces 30 New Commissions for 2023 Ocula News  |  Partnership Content | Sharjah Art Foundation Sharjah Biennial Announces 30 New Commissions for 2023 Sharjah, 25 May 2021

Artists tasked with creating original work include hot names such as John Akomfrah, Kerry James Marshall, Steve McQueen, and Carrie Mae Weems.

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Who Is Ramsay Art Prize Winner Kate Bohunnis? Ocula News Who Is Ramsay Art Prize Winner Kate Bohunnis? Adelaide, 24 May 2021

The South Australian sculptor won AU $100,000 for her work 'Edges of Excess'.

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$20m Joan Mitchell Leads Sales at Art Basel in Hong Kong Ocula News $20m Joan Mitchell Leads Sales at Art Basel in Hong Kong Hong Kong, 21 May 2021

No other work came close, but sales in the six-figure range were strong.

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Palestinian Artist Khaled Jarrar Offers Ramallah Soil as NFT Ocula News Palestinian Artist Khaled Jarrar Offers Ramallah Soil as NFT Ramallah, 21 May 2021

Jarrar created the project to protest Israel's confiscation of Palestinian-owned land.

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