SOUTH SOUTH Talk

In Conversation: Artist Ho Tzu Nyen and collector Jim Amberson, Moderated by June Yap

Artist Ho Tzu Nyen, collector Jim Amberson and curator June Yap (Director of Curatorial & Collections at the Singapore Art Museum) in discussion about Ho Tzu Nyen’s art practice.

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SOUTH SOUTH Talk

In Conversation: Artist Ho Tzu Nyen and collector Jim Amberson, Moderated by June Yap

Artist Ho Tzu Nyen, collector Jim Amberson and curator June Yap (Director of Curatorial & Collections at the Singapore Art Museum) in discussion about Ho Tzu Nyen’s art practice.

Click here to listen to the recording

New movements for Global South galleries

SOUTH SOUTH takes a look at galleries founded in the Global South that have recently opened new spaces at home and elsewhere.

We take a look at three influential galleries that have opened distinctive spaces at home and across continents to contextualise the artists that they represent in different ways, expanding their audiences.

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Sunil Gupta’s latest solo exhibition titled ‘Cruising’

Vadehra Art Gallery presents an exciting collection of historical and newly commissioned bodies of work by pioneering photographer, writer, curator and activist Sunil Gupta.

Gupta explores the nature of conflict as expression and modality, engaging with historical, geographical and socio-political narratives that yield powerfully discursive, personally resonant and at times playful calls to action, enriching post-modern queer theory through his expressionist politics. SOUTH SOUTH interviewed the artist to find out about each series on show.

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OMR’s recently formed cultural space LAGO/ALGO appoints Jérôme Sans as creative director

SOUTH SOUTH interviews Sans to find out the details about first curated show in his new role and his vision for the space.

LAGO/ALGO is a new living and cultural hub located in the heart of the Chapultepec forest, the green lung of Mexico city and the largest urban park worldwide. Learn more about it through our interview with its creative director.

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Ground Control: a solo by the late Kanishka Raja

This show sheds light on Raja’s multiform practice, underscoring a constant pursuit in plurality of thought, materials and processes.

Acutely erudite in music and equally conversant in literature, politics, philosophy and history, he was an artist who could lead the viewer to enter his work from different points of view.

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Experimenter present Kallol Datta’s second solo at the gallery titled Volume 3 Issue 2

This show brings together Datta’s ongoing inquiry in native clothing practices in South-West Asia, North Africa, Indian Subcontinent and the Korean Peninsula.

For Volume 3 Issue 2 , Datta roots his interest through exploration of sculptural forms constructed in textiles, from the native wear of the Late Showa Period in Japan and old Indian sarees, both made between 1945 – 1989.

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documenta fifteen

Community as a Southern notion

Through an exploration Global South-based collectives contributing to documenta fifteen see the emphasis on people, community and exchange that is the central component of this year’s edition.

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