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Pick of the Week
Pick of the Week

In Issue 125, Alessandra Alliata Nobili reviewed Simon Fujiwara’s “Who the Bær” at Fondazione Prada, where the artist’s cartoon character “infiltrated and distorted all sorts of images and objects to create a Who-branded universe.” Full text also available in Chinese.

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Tokyo’s MAHO KUBOTA GALLERY is proud to present “It always comes: a solace in the cat,” a solo exhibition by Atsushi Kaga, opening on September 10, 2021. Learn more about the artist’s inspiration, and the spiritual ambience and symbolism of his paintings.

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The Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange presents “Encounters – World Beyond,” a special exhibition of the 2021 ASEAN-ROK Culture Innovation Summit. Featuring works by three media artists representing the Republic of Korea, Vietnam, and Singapore, as well as material from the Summit archives, the show asks how people can meet and work together in an age of anxiety.

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Do Ho Suh: Works on Paper at STPI is a survey of the Seoul-born, London-based artist’s extraordinary body of work created during his multiple residencies with STPI since 2009. The A3-sized book contains over 200 highly detailed illustrations, two illuminating essays by Allegra Pesenti and Sarah Suzuki, as well as an intimate reflection by Suh himself in conversation with Martin Coomer.

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masayume was produced and curated by the contemporary art team 目[mé] as one of the Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL Special 13 commissions. The gigantic floating face was finally unveiled in Tokyo on July 16, 2021, after being postponed for a year. Find out more about how this creative project was conceived and how to experience it in various formats.

4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
SAM
KUKJE GALLERY
Massimo de Carlo
Opera Gallery
Silverlens
Artspace
E-flux
CHRISTIE"S
David Zwirner