Ho Tzu Nyen, PYTHAGORAS, 2013. Installation with 4-channel HD video, 8-channel sound, automated curtain track, fans, lights, and show control mechanism, dimensions variable. Singapore Art Museum collection. Photo: Singapore Art Museum.

Ho Tzu Nyen, PYTHAGORAS, 2013. Installation with 4-channel HD video, 8-channel sound, automated curtain track, fans, lights, and show control mechanism, dimensions variable. Singapore Art Museum collection. Photo: Singapore Art Museum.

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Ho Tzu Nyen’s PYTHAGORAS wins grand prize of Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation Signature Art Prize 2014

The Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Foundation and Singapore Art Museum (SAM) are proud to announce that Ho Tzy Nyen's PYTHAGORAS (2013) has been awarded the Grand Prize of the Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation Signature Art Prize 2014 worth SGD... continue reading

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Jochen LempertBy Carles Guerra

Jochen Lempert’s work is often presented in large compositions of black-and-white photographs demanding close inspection. This time is no different. Ranging from medium-sized to small and tiny prints, this exhibition of his now classic repertoire of flora and fauna gives visitors the feeling of being at an amateur’s show, where... continue reading

“The Shell (Landscapes, Portraits & Shapes), a show by Éric Troncy”By Sabrina Tarasoff

In 1991, in response to critiques of his exhibition “No Man’s Time” at Villa Arson in Nice, curator Éric Troncy wrote a letter to the editors of Flash Art, in which he argued that the exhibition had been “based on no particular concept,” thus locating it outside of any theoretical... continue reading

Boris Mikhailov’s “Men’s Talk”By Mike Watson

Entering Galleria Guida Costa’s diffusely lit gallery from their front reception room to see “Men’s Talk” feels like entering some kind of illicit and profane chapel. Whilst the space—which occupies an old print workshop a stone’s throw from Turin’s main railway station—bears distinct traces of its past, felt through its... continue reading

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Prison ObscuraThe New School

The works in Prison Obscura vary from aerial views of prison complexes to intimate portraits of incarcerated individuals. Artist Josh Begley and musician Paul Rucker use imaging technology to depict the sheer size of the prison industrial complex, which houses 2.3 million Americans in more than 6,000 prisons, jails and detention facilities at a... continue reading

A Body in FukushimaWesleyan University's Center for the Arts

Call for Master’s programmes applicantsSchool of Arts at the University College Ghent

Spring 2015 MFA thesis exhibitions at Tyler School of ArtTyler School of Art at Temple University

Open call for young artists’ residencyFondazione Antonio Ratti

Invitation for applications: Professor-Coordinator, CCC Masters programmeGeneva University of Art and Design (HEAD)

"The Next 25 Years": a symposiumCalifornia College of the Arts (CCA)

Seeking permanent full-time faculty, PaintingAlberta College of Art & Design (ACAD)

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