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A summary of what is happening around the world of art - just click on our selected links to get a quick overview of some international art trends.

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Everyday Life: 2013 Asian Art Biennial @ National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, 5.10.2013 to 5.1.2014

Curated by Iris Shu-Ping Huang, the exhibition focuses on aesthetic depictions of ”everyday-ness”. Artists from Israel, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, Hong Kong and Taiwan are invited to produce new works locally.

A summer of light - James Turrell

Three major Turrell exhibitions in one go, spanning the United States (Guggenheim New York, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston) during summer 2013.

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back — Us and Institution, Us as Institution


Venice Biennale 2013 (1.6. - 24.11.2013)

The 55th Venice Biennale has announced the list of artists for Massimiliano Gioni’s “The Encyclopedic Palace”.

Louise Bourgeois’ complete prints and books are online

This website “MoMA - Louise Bourgeois: The Complete Prints & Books” is designed to highlight the artist’s creative process. It will eventually contain some 3,500 images, including evolving states and final compositions.

Zizhiqu (Autonomous Regions) @ Guangdong Times Museum


Turner prize 2012

Elizabeth Price was awarded the Turner prize for her video installation "The Woolworths Choir of 1979 2012".

Art of Change: New Directions from China @ Hayward Gallery

No more cynical realism or political pop. The exhibition focuses solely on contemporary installation and performance art from China by nine Chinese artists, dealing with instability, transformation, metamorphosis and impermanence.

Shanghai Biennale 2012

雙年展以「重新發電」為主題,總策展人為邱志傑,聯合策展人包括德國Boris Groys、哥斯達黎加Jens Hoffmann和香港張頌仁。在展覽模式上,首次採用城市館模式,廣邀國際重要藝術城市參與,共同詮釋當代藝術的開放方式和本土內涵。

The Fourth Guangzhou Triennia l/ 28 September–16 December 2012


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