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Korakrit Arunanondchai and Alex Gvojic, Songs for living (still), 2021. HD video, 20:53 minutes. Courtesy of the artist.

Canal Projects presents Korakrit Arunanondchai and Alex Gvojic: PRAY for inaugural exhibition

September 29–December 17, 2022 New visual arts charity Canal Projects is located in the heart of Manhattan. Through newly commissioned works and site-specific adaptations of unheard-of ideas, the organization promotes cutting-edge international artists. The organization will also offer performances, readings, screenings, and a library that will be programmed by a changing roster of artists and…

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MCA Australia presents Ultra Unreal: New myths for new worlds 

July 22–October 2, 2022 Ultra Unreal at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) features the works of six artists and collectives. Club Ate (Sydney), Korakrit Arunanondchai and Alex Gvojic (Bangkok & New York), Lawrence Lek (London), Lu Yang (Shanghai), and Saeborg (Tokyo) create worlds that blend myth and reality, simulating more-than-human futures, evolving belief systems and fluid frameworks of being. These artists build their imaginative universes on political and…

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Manuel Rossner, Spatial Painting Baden-Baden, 2022. Manuel Rossner.

Nature and State at Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden

July 9–October 16, 2022 Opening weekend: July 8–10 With performances and artist talks Performance: O Barco/The Boat by Grada Kilomba, July 8, 7pm, and July 9, 5pm Performance: Becoming Sculptures by Ersan Mondtag, July 8, 8:30pm and July 9, 3pm Artist talks: July 9, 12–2pm, and July 10, 12–2pm Artist talks with the team of Kunsthalle Baden-Baden Based on a collective mind of exhibition-making, Nature and State is a…

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Curtesy of Lofoten International Art Festival.

LIAF Biennial announces title and participating artists

September 3–October 2, 2022 Opening reception: September 3 This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Lofoten International Art Festival (LIAF), the longest-running contemporary art biennial in Scandinavia. Since 2009, LIAF has been under the management of the North Norwegian Art Centre. Every two years, the festival, which has a nomadic vibe, is hosted at various locations…

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