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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'Dark Continents': Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami until 8 November 2008
'Dark Continents' revisits the modernist fascination with tropical locales and indigenous people prevalent during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Artists in the exhibition examine ideas and aesthetics that were popular during this time period and relate them to current views by challenging stereotypes.
Francis Bacon at Tate Britain
On exhibition at the Tate Modern until 4 January 2009 and then travels to the Prado, Madrid, Spain 3/12/2009 – 3/4/2009 and then the Metropolitan Museum, New York, USA 18/5/2009 – 16/8/2009.
See this retrospective on the 100th anniversary of Bacon's birth - one of the most influential artists of the last century.
An electronic information service distributing world-wide selected information related to contemporary visual arts. Very informative!
Nam June Paik Art Center opens on 9 October 2008
Newly constructed and opening on the outskirts of Seoul, Korea with its New Jump Festival. Tobias Berger, formerly of Para/Site Art Space, is the new Chief Curator.
Olafur Eliasson's 'The New York City Waterfalls' until 13 October 2008
The official website of the four waterfalls placed on New York's East River:
Cy Twombly at Tate Modern until 14 September 2008
Retrospective of this important US artist. Virtual tour of the exhibition coming soon at:
Guangzhou Triennial 6 September to 16 November 2008
Another packed but convoluted & confusing triennial?
The Third Guangzhou Triennial: Farewell to Post-Colonialism
'Instead' group exhibition at Cemeti Art House, Indonesia - until 15 July 2008
Biennale of Sydney 2008 - until 2 September 2008
International Center of Photography - 'Bill Wood's Business' until 7 September 2008
A fascinating glimpse of a US commercial photography studio's portfolio of work done in the 1950s and 1960s - often unintentionally humourous.