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Lou Lou Sainsbury: 'Earth is a Deadname' Ocula Insight Lou Lou Sainsbury: 'Earth is a Deadname' By Nguyễn Thuỳ Dương, London

At Gasworks, Lou Lou Sainsbury activates queer mythologies by illuminating alternative perspectives on being.

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Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme: Gestures of Remembrance Ocula Insight Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme: Gestures of Remembrance By Fawz Kabra, Zürich

Bodies and senses shift back and forth to express collective grief and remembrance in the artists' new video installation.

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Nicolas Party: From Fantasy to Catastrophe Ocula Insight Nicolas Party: From Fantasy to Catastrophe By Diana d'Arenberg, Hong Kong

At Hauser & Wirth, Hong Kong, Nicolas Party's technicolour worlds emerge from fantasy to contend with ecological crisis.

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At São Paulo's Espaço Delirium, Sound and Memory Intertwine Ocula Insight At São Paulo's Espaço Delirium, Sound and Memory Intertwine By Guilherme Teixeira, São Paulo

From the small balcony of Espaço Delirium, a presence makes itself known through a medley of familiar sounds.

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Musquiqui Chihying Brings Cultural Tokens to Life in Paris Ocula Insight Musquiqui Chihying Brings Cultural Tokens to Life in Paris By Lou Mo, Paris

Musquiqui Chihying re-imagines the lives of stolen Chinese artefacts across European museum collections.

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Matthew Wong's Solitude and Longing in New York Ocula Insight Matthew Wong's Solitude and Longing in New York By Vivian Chui, New York

Matthew Wong described his paintings as portrayals of personal and universal nostalgia.

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Re-Thinking Scale and Measurement at the SculptureCenter Ocula Insight Re-Thinking Scale and Measurement at the SculptureCenter By Banyi Huang, New York

A group exhibition at SculptureCenter in New York hints at the need to re-think anthropocentric systems of measurement.

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Martine Syms Takes the Art School to Task Ocula Insight Martine Syms Takes the Art School to Task By Jareh Das, New York

Martine Syms' directorial debut is 100 minutes of pure visual joy.

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Art Basel Hong Kong Artist Highlights: Historical Positions Ocula Insight Art Basel Hong Kong Artist Highlights: Historical Positions By Stephanie Bailey, Hong Kong

Ocula Magazine was on the ground to highlight some of the historical artists being illuminated at Art Basel Hong Kong in 2022.

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Art Basel Hong Kong Artist Highlights: Contemporary Focus Ocula Insight Art Basel Hong Kong Artist Highlights: Contemporary Focus By Stephanie Bailey, Hong Kong

Ocula Magazine was on-site to highlight some of the emerging and mid-career artists to watch at Art Basel Hong Kong 2022.

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Adrian Ganea's Phantasmagoric Universe Ocula Insight Adrian Ganea's Phantasmagoric Universe By Noushin Afzali, Berlin

Adrian Ganea's phantasmagoric universe paints a stark portrait of environmental decay.

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'emo gym' Exercises Vulnerability in Hong Kong Ocula Insight 'emo gym' Exercises Vulnerability in Hong Kong By Sarah Wei, Hong Kong

Stretching the muscles of the heart, emo gym at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Hong Kong contends with vulnerability.

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Deep Travel and Déjà Vu with Laure Prouvost in Seoul Ocula Insight Deep Travel and Déjà Vu with Laure Prouvost in Seoul By Sujin Jung, Seoul

Set in a fictional travel agency, Laure Prouvost's first solo show in Seoul tells a sprawling tale.

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Koeda Shigeaki’s Flower Prints Bring Viewers Closer to Nature Ocula Insight Koeda Shigeaki’s Flower Prints Bring Viewers Closer to Nature By Rachel Kubrick, Tokyo

For the last two decades, Japanese contemporary artist Koeda Shigeaki has worked on a series of innovative flower paintings inspired by traditional Japanese artworks but using contemporary methods.

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Conquering the Ghosts of Empires in Hong Kong Ocula Insight Conquering the Ghosts of Empires in Hong Kong By Sarah Wei, Hong Kong

Curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah in Hong Kong, Ghosts of Empires offers a glimpse into the lived histories of colonialism.

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Parallel Projects in Venice: Exhibition Highlights Ocula Insight Parallel Projects in Venice: Exhibition Highlights By Stephanie Bailey and Mohammad Salemy, Venice

Ocula Magazine was in Venice to review some of the exhibitions taking place parallel to the 59th Venice Biennale.

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Venice Biennale Pavilion Highlights: Arsenale and Giardini Ocula Insight Venice Biennale Pavilion Highlights: Arsenale and Giardini By Stephanie Bailey and Mohammad Salemy, Venice

Reporting from the 59th Venice Biennale, we review some of this year's national pavilion highlights at the Arsenale and Giardini.

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Venice Biennale Highlights: Off-Site National Pavilions and Collateral Events Ocula Insight Venice Biennale Highlights: Off-Site National Pavilions and Collateral Events By Stephanie Bailey, Venice

Ocula Magazine reviews some of the highlights from this year's collateral events and off-site national pavilions at the 59th Venice Biennale.

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