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2018.09.20 Thu, by

Focus Kazakhstan: Bread & Roses, Four Generations of Kazakh Women Artists

The Focus Kazakhstan Berlin exhibition "BREAD & ROSES" examines the work of four generations of Kazakh woman artists, created from 1945 to the present. The exhibition with over 20 artists, and its related artist residency programme, offers a fresh perspective on both modern and contemporary Kazakh art and culture. >> Read more
2018.06.01 Fri, by

Marina Pinksy
‘Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More’
RIBOCA1
Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art.

The title, Everything Was Forever, Until it Was No More, is borrowed from Alexei Yurchak’s book of the same name. Yurchak discusses the collapse of the Soviet Union and one particular characteristic that defined it: the sense that although the Soviet system was felt to be permanent and immutable, its demise was at the same time perceived as completely natural. >> Read more
2016.08.03 Wed, by

Vladivostok in Transition

As Russia’s main outpost in the Far East, Vladivostok holds a strategic position that has been both a blessing and a curse for its development, not least culturally. >> Read more
2015.01.05 Mon, by

Best of London 2014

As regards China, London was less interested in the Middle Kingdom than in 2013 but the ubiquitous presence of Chinese artists and collectors in London, and galleries and museums attentive to them, indicates a trend that has been growing for the last five years. >> Read more
2014.01.09 Thu, by

Found for the Future?

This exhibition aimed to puncture the sanguine spirit of the Singapore Biennale. Seldom does one have the opportunity to see the distinctive contemporary art from Central Asia, and this show only whets one’s desire to see more of it. >> Read more