Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Two antipodean exhibitions will explore ideas ranging from the role of risk-taking to the complexities of geo-politics in making art
History and the future; East and West; community and isolation
Embarrassment and abnormality; rearranged faces and rotating horizons
Could Auckland be the centre of the new ‘Trans-Pacific’ network?
City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand / Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Michael Stevenson (JRP Ringier, Zurich, 2008)
The Brazilian-born, London-based artist explores his interest in the stereotypes propagated under the guise of national identity for his solo show at Vilma Gold, London
From frontier town to multicultural metropolis, the second-largest Australian city embraces a grass-roots approach to culture that weaves the experience of contemporary art into everyday life
An article in the New Statesman claims that a recent exhibition in Bethlehem offers a new kind political engagement – but is it as simple as that?
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