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23 November 2017

Battered by ongoing war, political instability and corrupt crony capitalism, Kyiv finds itself in a delicate and fragile state. That, at least, was the impression I got during a recent visit to Ukraine where I had the opportunity to attend the Yalta European Strategy (YES) conference, a gathering of policymakers, businesspeople, journalists, experts and members of civil society.

Author: Nikolas Kozloff
Source: Huffington Post
5 October 2017

In a still volatile Ukraine the art scene in its capital is attempting to rethink the past in more productive ways

Author: Tom Jeffreys
Source: Frieze
16 May 2017

On Tuesday this week, Dineo Seshee Bopape was still putting the finishing touches to her  installation in the Venetian Palazzo Contarini Polignac.

Author: Caroline Roux
Source: Telegraph
7 December 2016

Works by 21 international artists will go on show at the Venice Biennale next year


10 May 2016

Earlier this year Motta and I had a chance to publicly speak about his interest in research and documentary aesthetics at Pratt Institute, but that conversation only broached the surface of his interests. This past fall, he presented We Who Feel Differently together with his newest work Patriots, Citizens, Lovers… (2015) at the PinchukArtCentre (PAC) in Kiev, a result of his winning the Future Generation Art Prize in 2014. It felt appropriate to continue our conversation for BOMB and discuss his relationship to art, activism and to the experience of presenting this work in Ukraine, a country with such heightened animosity towards LGBTI individuals.

Author: Cat Tyc
Source: BOMB
9 May 2015

In the art world at present, with a calendar dominated by what seems like a near-weekly schedule of art fairs and where conversations focus with increasing fervency on the market, one would be forgiven for questioning why exactly a good portion of that world has congregated in Venice this week.

Author: Alexander Forbes
Source: Artsy
6 May 2015

ArtReview sent a questionnaire to artists and curators exhibiting in and curating the various national pavilions of the 2015 Venice Biennale, the responses to which will be published daily in the lead-up to the Venice Biennale opening.

Author: ArtReview
Source: ArtReview
1 May 2015

The venice biennale, which starts next week, is the world's most important visual-arts event. It is also the most illogical.

Author: David Lister
Source: The Independent
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