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May 22 2015

Worcester Art Museum Appoints New Curator of Asian Art

by Denise Tsui
Worcester Art Museum Appoints New Curator of Asian Art

The Worcester Art Museum (WAM), Massachusetts, has appointed Chinese Art specialist Vivian Li as the new curator of Asian art. Announced on May 20, 

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Apr 15 2015

Exodus at Gillman Barracks

by Siobhan Bent
Exodus at Gillman Barracks

Gillman Barracks, Singapore’s expansive 20th-century military barracks turned contemporary “arts cluster,” has some spaces to fill.

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May 17 2015

Gulf Labor Members Denied Entry to UAE

by HG Masters
Gulf Labor Members Denied Entry to UAE

This week two artists, Walid Raad and Ashok Sukumaran were denied entry to the United Arab Emirates, where they were scheduled to attend the March Meeting (May 11–15), organized by the Sharjah Art Foundation.

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Apr 17 2015

Tobias Berger to Assume Role as Head of Art at the Central Police Station in May

by Emma O’Neill
Tobias Berger to Assume Role as Head of Art at the Central Police Station in May
The art world has been waiting for the announcement of the leadership for the much-anticipated renewal project and art space Central Police Station (CPS). Backed by the government and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust (The Trust), 
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Apr 10 2015

Dubai’s Alserkal Avenue to Turn Boat into Floating Site of Artist Interventions at 56th Venice Biennale

by Kevin Jones
Dubai’s Alserkal Avenue to Turn Boat into Floating Site of Artist Interventions at 56th Venice Biennale

In a move to take its “homegrown” cultural initiatives international, Dubai-based arts community Alserkal Avenue has announced the launch of the Safina Radio Project, a curated platform of artist interventions on a boat-cum-recording studio during the opening days of the 56th Venice Biennale.

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