Tomás Saraceno at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore

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The NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore is presenting for the first time in Southeast Asia the pioneering and visionary work of Tomás Saraceno in the exhibition Arachnid Orchestra. Jam Sessions. This new production, which marks the second anniversary of NTU CCA Singapore, is an interactive sound and visual installation bringing Saraceno’s long-term research on spider […]

Tomás Saraceno : 21er Haus

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Tomás Saraceno, “Becoming Aerosolar” opens from June 24th through August 30th, 2015 at Schweizergarten, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Vienna. Tomás Saraceno’s first solo exhibition in Austria at the 21er Haus presents a significant artistic perspective at the juncture between art and science. Saraceno’s art focuses on considering alternative life models that propose a more sustainable treatment of the environment.

Allan Sekula: Fish Story, to be continued

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NTU CCA Singapore presents Fish Story, to be continued, bringing together for the first time in Southeast Asia an important body of works by the late eminent American artist and photographer, theorist and photography historian, Allan Sekula.

Alfredo Jaar: Nous l’avons tant aimée, la révolution

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The [mac] musée d’art contemporain de Marseille announces the first major exhibition of Alfredo Jaar in a French museum titled Alfredo Jaar: Nous l’avons tant aimée, la révolution (We loved it so much, the revolution) from July 4, 2015 to January 10, 2016.

Tomás Saraceno: 14 Billions

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Sørlandets Kunstmuseum is proud to present a work by the renowned Argentinian artist and architect Tomás Saraceno. For the installation 14 Billions (Working Title) (2010) Saraceno has created an oversized model of the web of a Black Widow spider.

Beyond Ai Weiwei: How China’s Artists Handle Politics (or Avoid Them)

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In a gallery in Hong Kong’s Chai Wan district last week, during the city’s third annual installment of the international Art Basel fair, the Beijing-based artist Huang Rui introduced a new live work called “Red Black White Grey.” At the start of the performance, four affectless women walked onstage wearing trench coats, then disrobed one […]