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Seated Buddha with hands in Uttarabodhi mudra, China, Shanxi or Shaanxi province, Ming Dynasty 1368–1644.

Buddha10 at MAO Asian Art Museum

October 20, 2022–September 3, 2023 Public program: October 19, 2022–April 27, 2023 What did the ritual items in the MAO permanent collection originally signify and how were they used and perceived? Why and how did they come into the collection of the museum and other Asian art museums in Europe? Also, given that aesthetic preferences and techniques…

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Akinsola Lawanson, Bosode (still), 2021. Moving image. Courtesy of the artist and New Contemporaries.

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2022 launches in Hull, UK

September 23–November 27, 2022 48 of the most exciting artists from the UK who are currently enrolled in art schools and alternative peer-to-peer learning programs are featured in the Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2022 exhibition, which will debut in Hull at both Humber Street Gallery and Ferens Art Gallery. James Richards, Veronica Ryan, and Zadie Xa, three…

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Paul Laffoley, Pistis Sophia, 2004–2006. Oil and acrylic paint, vinyl press type, India ink, photo-collage on linen canvas with velvet drapes and magic mirror, 264 x 151.8 x 16.5 cm. Courtesy of Kent Fine Art, Ridgewood, New Jersey.

HALLE FÜR KUNST Steiermark presents Systems of Belief

September 25, 2022–January 8, 2023 Opening: September 24, 6–9pm Systems of Belief, a sizable group show, brings together artistic perspectives that investigate diverse belief systems. Constants of social life like science, economics, and politics are increasingly being tested in public debates in a world where political and ecological situations of emergency govern everyday existence. We today face…

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Betye Saar, Snake in the Heart, 1987. Courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles.

49 Nord 6 Est presents Betye Saar: Serious Moonlight and Émilie Picard: Degrés Est

September 9, 2022–January 22, 2023 The exhibition Betye Saar: Serious Moonlight compiles a number of the American artist's immersive works (b. 1926, Los Angeles). They demonstrate how the artist harnesses the emotive power of found objects despite being rarely displayed till now. These installations present viewers with radical new worlds inspired by ritual and myth, highlighting…

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Alisha B Wormsley, Remnants, Portals and Power: The Afterlife, 2022. Courtesy of Tom Little.

Mattress Factory presents SHRINE

June 17–December 30, 2022 SHRINE is a tripartite event that honors the building of holy places as sites of resistance and liberation struggle and is presented by The Mattress Factory (MF), Sibyls Shrine, and Pittsburgh-based artist and curator Jessica Gaynelle Moss. Through December 30, 2022, SHRINE will feature brand-new immersive works by six artists that combine technology…

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