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Coastline 2000, Reykjavik, Iceland

Coastline 2000, Reykjavik, Iceland “One day I hope the exhibition will go out to sea,” says Reykjavik Sculptors’ Association President Anna Eyjolfsdottir about Coastline 2000. “We have to get more...
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Mischa Kuball: NEW POTT 100 Lights/100 Faces (2010-11)

A European Capital of Culture Ruhr region 2010 event at Campus Museum, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Text by NEW POTT Project Partners European Capital of Culture RUHR...
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Keith Piper at IKON Gallery, Birmingham (1998)

Keith Piper at Ikon Gallery With Relocating the remains, British artist Keith Piper presented a technically superb retrospective/re-presentation of his work that addressed "historical legacies,...
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Chinese Art, Manchester-style (1998)

The North of England is home to one of Britain’s most ambitious art centres—the Manchester Chinese Arts Centre which is currently celebrating 11 years of showing work by Chinese artists from...
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New Contemporaries 98, London: Spotlight on Yasu Ichige, Saki Satom &...

New contemporaries annually showcases work by students and recent graduates from UK art colleges. This year, more than a third of selected artists were born outside Britain; with an...
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Senaka Senanayake: Artist Voice from Sri Lanka (1997)

Senaka Senanayake Born in 1951, Senaka Senanayake’s art career began early in life. Identified as a child prodigy, his first exhibition took place in 1959 and his art was launched on an...
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Kamin Lertchaiprasert at Tadu Contemporary Art, Bangkok (1997)

Kamin Lertchaiprasert Pavilion Y is a space that combines a car showroom, a wine bar and bistro, and the Tadu Contemporary Art Gallery. Here Kamin Lertchaiprasert presented 366 symbolic “days”,...

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