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Rhonda Zwillinger at Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam...

Rhonda Zwillinger’s recent exhibition was unexpectedly rattling. Ten hours after the experience, I could still feel the accompanying soundtrack. The show opened a door that I found myself not...
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Environmental Art on Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong (1997)

Environmental Art on Victoria Harbour Organized by the French-Canadian Jacques Bossé and sponsored by Hong Kong Yellow Pages, the outdoor exhibition The Yellow Pages Great Wall was recently...
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Romuald Hazoumè at Irish Museum of Modern Art (2011)

Romuald Hazoumè Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 9 February - 15 May 2011 Press release text by Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin An exhibition of the work of Romuald Hazoumè, one of Africa’s...
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From the corner of the eye at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (1998)

From the Corner of the Eye at Stedelijk Museum From the corner of the eye [featured a selection of work by international artists] in 13 rooms and a separate satellite space. Based on the theme...
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Bangkok: Summer of chaos (1997)

The cover story in Time Asia on 25 August, From baht to worse, certainly captures the tone. The bubble seems to have burst, with the devaluation of the Thai baht by more than 20%, finance...
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Daniel Brun, Thomas Mohr, and Eduardo Padilha at Montevideo/TBA, Amsterdam...

Video installations by Daniel Brun, Thomas Mohr, and Eduardo Padilha provided the focus at Montevideo/TBA’s three gallery spaces in an exhibition that addressed gay-specific and gay-secondary...
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Tariq Alvi at Michael Benevento, Los Angeles (2010)

Tariq Alvi: XX Michael Benevento, Los Angeles 20 November 2010 - 15 January 2011 Press release text by Michael Benevento gallery Michael Benevento is pleased to announce XX, the first Los...
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Tomoko Takahashi: In the eye of the tornado (1999)

Feature article on the Japanese-born, London-resident “scatter” installation artist’s work with particular emphasis on her high-profile Saatchi Gallery piece, Line-Out. Tomoko Takahashi “So many...

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