Ocula Contributor

Will Hine

Will is a writer based in London whose features for Ocula Advisory are informed by over six years working in the art world. Most recently, Will worked in the sales and exhibitions team at David Zwirner, prior to which he held positions at Pilar Corrias and Leo Xu Projects. Will received his MA in the History of Art from The Courtauld Institute of Art, with a specialist focus on Contemporary Chinese Art.

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Mahmoud Khaled Queers the House Museum Ocula Conversation Mahmoud Khaled Queers the House Museum By Omar Kholeif, London

Mahmoud Khaled conceives an interior space that is reflective of marginalised histories with a fictional house museum.

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Gwangju Biennale 2023 Gets ‘Soft and Weak Like Water’ Ocula News Gwangju Biennale 2023 Gets ‘Soft and Weak Like Water’ Seoul, 23 September 2022

Participating artists have been announced for an exhibition that dives into metaphors for solidarity and transformation.

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Dusadee Huntrakul Doubles Down on Looking Ocula Conversation Dusadee Huntrakul Doubles Down on Looking By John Tung, Bangkok

At Bangkok CityCity Gallery, Dusadee Huntrakul gives value to everyday encounters within the living world.

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ShanghART Singapore Revisits Radical First Show for 10th Anniversary Ocula News ShanghART Singapore Revisits Radical First Show for 10th Anniversary Singapore, 21 September 2022

In 2012, painter Zhang Enli shocked ShanghART founder Lorenz Helbling by limiting the new gallery space to just a few square metres near the entrance.

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Jerry Gogosian Partners with Sotheby’s and Art World Satire Dies Forever Ocula News Jerry Gogosian Partners with Sotheby’s and Art World Satire Dies Forever New York, 21 September 2022

The infamous Instagram account's creator, Hilde Lynn Helphenstein, is curating an exhibition inspired by the app's algorithm.

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Busan Biennale 2022 Rises Upon Unexpected Waves Ocula Feature Busan Biennale 2022 Rises Upon Unexpected Waves By Sujin Jung, Busan

The 2022 Busan Biennale explores the historical and environmental waves that have shaped the coastal city.

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Xu Jiong's Internal Landscapes Ocula Insight Xu Jiong's Internal Landscapes By Annette An-Jen Liu, Taipei

Beijing-based artist Xu Jiong's non-conformist works abstract the calligraphic line to depict internal landscapes.

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Mire Lee’s Visceral Bodies Ocula Conversation Mire Lee’s Visceral Bodies By Stephanie Bailey, New York

Mire Lee's kinetic sculptures present visceral, body-horror abstractions that confront the dematerialisation of death.

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Brad Pitt Makes Artistic Debut at Finland’s Sara Hildén Art Museum Ocula News Brad Pitt Makes Artistic Debut at Finland’s Sara Hildén Art Museum Helsinki, 20 September 2022

Pitt is exhibiting sculptures alongside British artist Thomas Houseago and Australian rock god Nick Cave.

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Ebony G. Patterson Considers New Orleans as a Harbinger for Prospect.6 Ocula News Ebony G. Patterson Considers New Orleans as a Harbinger for Prospect.6 New Orleans, 20 September 2022

The artist is Co-Artistic Director of the Triennial's next edition, which opens in 2024.

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M+ Museum Announces Blockbuster Yayoi Kusama Show Ocula News M+ Museum Announces Blockbuster Yayoi Kusama Show Hong Kong, 19 September 2022

Opening on the Hong Kong museum's first anniversary, Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now includes three new works by the 93-year-old artist.

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Busan Biennale 2022: We, on the Rising Wave Ocula Photolog Busan Biennale 2022: We, on the Rising Wave

This year's Busan Biennale represents 26 countries, 64 artists and art collectives. Taking the title, We, on the Rising Wave, the participating artists establish real-world connections with stories from Busan's history and its changing urban framework

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Hew Locke’s Symbolic Gold Trophies Hoisted in Met Facade Commission Ocula News Hew Locke’s Symbolic Gold Trophies Hoisted in Met Facade Commission New York, 16 September 2022

The commission's title, Gilt, puns on the motivation for art world scrambling to account for centuries of pillaging.

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Paley Foundation to Auction Works by Bacon, Picasso, Renoir, and More Ocula News Paley Foundation to Auction Works by Bacon, Picasso, Renoir, and More New York, 15 September 2022

Pieces from the William S. Paley collection currently held by MoMA will be sold at Sotheby's in London and New York to raise funds for new acquisitions and digital initiatives.

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Frieze Sculpture 2022 Ocula Photolog Frieze Sculpture 2022

This year's Frieze Sculpture in The Regent's Park, London features a line-up of 19 international artists from the world's leading galleries. The celebrated public art exhibition opens from 14 September to 13 November.

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Hall des Lumières, New York’s Art Projection Palace, Opens with Klimt Show Ocula News Hall des Lumières, New York’s Art Projection Palace, Opens with Klimt Show New York, 14 September 2022

Works by the Austrian symbolist illuminate the walls of a former Manhattan bank, which has been repurposed as a permanent centre for digital art experiences.

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Chou Yu-Cheng's Material Constructions Ocula Insight Chou Yu-Cheng's Material Constructions By Stephanie Bailey, London

Chou Yu-Cheng's material dialectics are expanded in a new series of 'Origami' paintings at Kate MacGarry, London.

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Leelee Chan: Materialising Hong Kong's Fluctuations Ocula Conversation Leelee Chan: Materialising Hong Kong's Fluctuations By Tessa Moldan, Berlin

All materials are assigned equal value in Leelee Chan's intimate sculptures, which materialise Hong Kong's fluctuations.

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