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No Country

5 years ago JTeo 0
The Guggenheim exhibition, curated by June Yap, is going to be showing in CCA from 10 May to 20 July. The exhibition “proposes a reevaluation of the region and its countries based on its cultural relationships, influences, affinities, and negotiations“. Exciting! Check out the calendar of events here. The exhibition’s title is apparently drawn from the opening line of the W. B. Yeats Read More

Blog-Post

7 years ago JTeo 0
Blog-Post is our latest space which is set in the virtual world. This will serve as the blog and e-archive of Post-Museum. We’ll regularly post content which we find interesting and relevant. This space seeks to continue the sharing and engagement of our real world activities related to the arts and culture, civil society, ecology, social Read More

Enwezor on censorship

7 years ago JTeo 0
In his article Spring Rain, in Artforum Summer 2011, Okwui Enwezor writes about Ai Wei Wei, the Sharjah Biennale and the recent petitions against censorship. < http://www.artforum.com/inprint/id=28339 > “Variously authored by museums, disenchanted curators, artists, critics, and others, these petitions shared the easy illusion of the universal ideal of freedom of expression—willfully ignoring the fact that censorship Read More

Madra on censorship

7 years ago JTeo 0
In her blog Pluversum, Beral Madra posts her press release about the removal of Aidan Salakhova’s sculptures from Azerbaijan’s pavilion which she curated in the 54th Venice Biennale. < http://www.pluversum.blogspot.com/ > “Contemporary art production and its theoretical and critical context is being employed and exploited by the official power as well as by the private sector as Read More

Study on impact of funding cuts in UK

7 years ago JTeo 0
Commissioned by a-n (The Artists’ Information Company), this research paper exposes, quantifies and discusses the likely impact on the visual arts ecology of the Arts Council England’s decisions on fifteen visual arts organisations – mostly artists’ membership and development agencies and practice-based organisations – who recently lost core funding. < http://www.a-n.co.uk/research/article/1300054/1224267 > Read More