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Wong Ping On His Upcoming Exhibition At The New Museum

Over the past ten years, Hong Kong-based artist Wong Ping has developed a highly personal, self-taught style of animation to craft tales of individual desire, societal pressure, and political upheaval. Before his colourful and sometimes disturbing stories of life in Hong Kong received mainstream attention from the art world, the artist worked in television broadcasting…

The Aesthete’s Wish List: 6 Outstanding Lamps To Light Up May

With a focus on lighting, this month Something Curated highlights six spectacular lamps that oscillate between the realms of fine art and design – all currently available for purchase. These illuminatory sculptures come courtesy a diverse roster of makers, from past and present, whom we take a closer look at. Oceanic Table Lamp, 1981 ||…

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South African Artist Gabrielle Goliath Subverts The Dedicati...

In her video and sound installation This song is for… South African artist Gabrielle Goliath revisits the convention of the dedication song, in collaboration with groups of women and gender-queer musical ensembles. Goliath’s artistic practice exposes and unpacks the epidemic of gender-based violence in South Africa and around the world. Each song is dedicated to…

Interview: Mohamed Bourouissa On His New Exhibition At Golds...

Algerian-born artist Mohamed Bourouissa is known for confronting complex socio-economic issues in his practice, exploring tensions between different social contexts. In-depth research, including long periods of engagement with specific locales and groups, inform works that question collective histories, uses of public space, and representational identities. The charged legacies of colonialism and contemporary realities of racial…

Interview: Quarantined In Paradise With Eartheater

Trading her New York apartment for the warm shores of Grand Cayman this spring, Queens-based sonic artist Eartheater finds herself temporarily sequestered in an elegantly furnished suite at Palm Heights. An artist-in-residence at the sumptuous Cayman estate, following the likes of Kelsey Lu, Ryan Trecartin, and Precious Okoyomon, among others, she is soon to be…

 

Neringa Cerniauskaite & Ugnius Gelguda On Their New BALTIC Commission

For their first solo exhibition in the UK, Pakui Hardware, made up of artists Neringa Cerniauskaite and Ugnius Gelguda, will present a newly devised commission created especially for the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, exploring the subject of robotic and virtual care at a particularly significant moment when we find ourselves more concerned than ever…

The Best From Frieze New York 2021

Launching today, 5 May, and running until 9 May 2021, this week Frieze New York brings together over 60 world-leading galleries at The Shed, alongside a programme of talks and special projects. A dedicated edition of Frieze Viewing Room will run in parallel with the fair, from 5-14 May, with expanded online programming connecting galleries…

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