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Where the Andes Meets the Alps: Miriam Cahn and Claudia Martínez Garay in Nanjing Ocula Feature Where the Andes Meets the Alps: Miriam Cahn and Claudia Martínez Garay in Nanjing By Stephanie Bailey, Nanjing

Ten Thousand Things is a relational encounter between two artists, Miriam Cahn and Claudia Martínez Garay, at Sifang Art Museum in Nanjing, China.

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12th Taipei Biennial Rethinks Globalisation Ocula Feature  |  In Collaboration with Taipei Fine Arts Museum 12th Taipei Biennial Rethinks Globalisation By Penny Liu, Taipei

The 12th Taipei Biennial is imagined as a galaxy of interconnected 'planets', which offer different ways to understand and rethink life on earth.

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Grace Before Jones: Black Image-Making and the Gaze Ocula Feature Grace Before Jones: Black Image-Making and the Gaze By Cindy Sissokho, Nottingham

Nottingham Contemporary presents a multi-faceted understanding of the pop culture icon.

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Lynette Yiadom-Boakye's Resistant Figuration Ocula Feature Lynette Yiadom-Boakye's Resistant Figuration By Jareh Das, London

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye's portraits are freed 'from the bounds of a specific time, place, or context.'

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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

Explore the life and work of Takis, the 'instinctive scientist' whom Marcel Duchamp called 'the happyploughman 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 and Shazia Sikander, Vivian Chui reviews the first Asia Society Triennial in New York.

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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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Rethinking Care for the 2020 NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship Ocula Feature  |  In Partnership with Artspace Rethinking Care for the 2020 NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship By Elyse Goldfinch and Alexie Glass-Kantor, Sydney

Elyse Goldfinch and Alexie Glass-Kantor reflect on their collaboration with eight finalists for the 2020 NSWVAEF.

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Shanghai Art Week: Exhibitions to See Ocula Feature Shanghai Art Week: Exhibitions to See By Tessa Moldan, Shanghai

With Art021 and West Bund Art & Design taking place in November, we recommend 17 shows to see in Shanghai this winter.

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Lee Bul's Utopian Encounters with the Russian Avantgarde Ocula Feature Lee Bul's Utopian Encounters with the Russian Avantgarde By Stephanie Bailey, St. Petersburg

Lee Bul's first solo in Russia is a first-time encounter between the artist's works and those of the Russian avantgarde.

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Womanifesto: Crafting Communities at Asia Art Archive Ocula Feature Womanifesto: Crafting Communities at Asia Art Archive By Emily Verla Bovino, Hong Kong

At Asia Art Archive, Crafting Communities charts the history of the Thai feminist biennial, Womanifesto.

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steirischer herbst ’20: Becoming Paranoia TV Ocula Feature  |  IN PARTNERSHIP WITH VEREIN K steirischer herbst ’20: Becoming Paranoia TV By Cindy Sissokho, Graz

steirischer herbst '20: Paranoia TV was all about reinventing itself to accommodate Covid-19.

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Korean Galleries in Focus at SWAB Barcelona's Virtual Fair Ocula Feature Korean Galleries in Focus at SWAB Barcelona's Virtual Fair By Sherry Paik, Seoul

SWAB Barcelona Art Fair highlights four Seoul-based galleries as part of Focus Korea.

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Textures of Life, Death, and Data in Trevor Paglen's 'Bloom' Ocula Feature Textures of Life, Death, and Data in Trevor Paglen's 'Bloom' By Sam Gaskin, London

The MacArthur genius grant winner's exhibition with Pace Gallery looks at how computers look at us.

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Politics and Aesthetics at the 11th Berlin Biennale Ocula Feature Politics and Aesthetics at the 11th Berlin Biennale By Mohammad Salemy, Berlin

The 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art 'is the exhibition that Berlin and its art world needs'.

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Louis Soutter: Signs Ahead of Time Ocula Feature Louis Soutter: Signs Ahead of Time By Tessa Moldan, Paris

In 1923, Louis Soutter began producing work that attracted the support of his cousin, Le Corbusier.

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