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Gordon Hookey, hoogah boogah, 2005. Card and paint stencil. Installation view, Gordon Hookey: A MURRIALITY, UNSW Galleries, Sydney. Photo: Jacquie Manning. Courtesy of the artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane. © Gordon Allan Hookey/Copyright Agency, 2022.

Institute of Modern Art presents Gordon Hookey: A MURRIALITY

October 22–December 23, 2022 The Institute of Modern Art (IMA) presents renowned Waanyi artist Gordon Hookey’s first survey exhibition, A MURRIALITY. The most well-known aspects of Hookey's writing are his scathing satire of Australian politics and culture, his clever critique of racism, and his examination of traditions of oral and visual history-making. A MURRIALITY provides viewpoints on historical…

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Left: an original Egyptian sarcophagus. Photo: Ricardo Ferreira. Right: Fernando Lindote, Kill, Macunaíma!, 2015.

Desvairar 22 (Hallucinate ’22) at Sesc Pinheiros

August 27, 2022–January 15, 2023 Two significant historical anniversaries in Brazilian history are being commemorated in 2022: the bicentennial of Independence (September 7, 1822) and the 100th anniversary of the Modern Art Week of 1922. (February 13–17, 1922). Sesc is holding a variety of cultural events to commemorate these milestones with the intention of reflecting…

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Clarissa Tossin, Mojo’q che b’ixan ri ixkanulab / Antes de que los volcanes canten / Before the Volcanoes Sing, 2022. Courtesy of the artist and EMPAC/Rensselaer.

Clarissa Tossin at EMPAC—Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center

September 9, 2022 Mojo'q che b'ixan ri ixkanulab' by Clarissa Tossin, commissioned by EMPAC, is titled Before the Volcanoes. Sing travels across architectural locations that are both imagined and actual, cosmic and colonized, taking the audience on a fully sensory trip through many times, languages, and musical genres. The focus of the moving picture piece is…

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