With Institutions Like These...

 

The Averard Hotel 19 March to 10 April 2016

Open Thu-Sun, 12-6pm and by appointment

Curated by Victor Wang & Alex Meurice 

With contributions by:

Rebecca Ackroyd // Stefania Batoeva // Lewis Betts // Jack Brindley // Aaron Curry // Vanessa da Silva // Laurent-David Garnier // Ezra Gray // Emma Hart // Julius Heinemann // Yu Ji 于吉 // Elad Lassry // Marlie Mul // Emanuel Röhss // Daniel Silver // Maria Taniguchi // Torey Thornton // Richard Wentworth // Zadie Xa

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Afterwork

Para Site, Hong Kong

Mar 19 – May 29, 2016

Opening: March 18, 7–9pm

Para Site is pleased to present Afterwork, a major group exhibition exploring issues of class, race, labor, and migration in Hong Kong, its surrounding region, and beyond. It is part of Para Site’s ongoing Hong Kong’s Migrant Domestic Workers Project, a long-term initiative aimed at engaging the domestic worker community through collaboratively organised public programmes and commissioned artist research. As an exhibition, Afterwork is nevertheless an autonomous proposition, including the often ambivalent and polychromatic aspects of the social and cultural mosaic of Hong Kong, Philippines, Indonesia, as well as of other contexts. Afterwork includes works by Poklong Anading, Liliana Angulo, Xyza Cruz Bacani, Jean-François Boclé, Cheng Yee Man (Gum), Imelda Cajipe Endaya, Köken Ergun, Harun Farocki, Larry Feign, Hit Man Gurung, Fan Ho, Alfredo Jaar, Jao Chia-En, Eisa Jocson, Abdoulaye Konaté, Sakarin Krue-On, KUNCI Cultural Studies Center, Joyce Lung Yuet Ching, I GAK Murniasih, Daniela Ortiz, Beatrix Pang, Miljohn Ruperto, Santiago Sierra, Sun Yuan & Peng Yu, Melati Suryodarmo, Brian Gothong Tan, Taring Padi, Maria Taniguchi, Ryan Villamael, and Elvis Yip Kin Bon.

Globale: New Sensorium

ZKM/Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe

Mar 4 2016 - Sept 4 2016

Saâdane Afif (F) Tarek Atoui (LB) Rohini Devasher (IN) Valia Fetisov (RU) Lin Ke (CN) Tara Kelton (IN) Nile Koetting (JP) Mirai Moriyama (JP) Magdi Mostafa (EG) Kohei Nawa (JP) Bruce Quek (SG) Raqs Media Collective (IN) Rhizomatiks (JP) Sptuniko! (JP) Shiro Takatani / Dumb Type (JP) Maria Taniguchi (PH) Guan Xiau (CN) 

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RIVIERA

Swiss Institute, Milan

Feb 24 2016 - Jun 24 2016

 

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Ibid. London

February 12 - April 2 2016

27 Margaret Street
London 

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TMR Vanishing Present

Histories of a Vanishing Present: A Prologue

Chapter 2

The Mistake Room, LA

Jan 27 2016 - Feb 20 2016

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8th Asia Pacific Triennial 2015

November 21, 2015–April 10, 2016
Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art

http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/the-8th-asia-pacific-triennial-of-contemporary-art-apt8/

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Reverence and Reproach: Modernist Legacies in Contemporary Film and Video

 

Tate Britain, Clore Auditorium

6 July 2015, 18.30 – 20.30

Coinciding with the exhibition Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World, this screening explores how modernist art and design is referenced and re-emerges in contemporary moving image practice.

A rare screening of Gregory Markopoulos’s 16mm film portrait of Barbara Hepworth, Moment (1970), is followed by video works by artists Shana Moulton and Lucy Stein, Pauline Beaudemont, Ursula Mayer, Elizabeth Price, Maria Taniguchi and Mark Leckey.

http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/film/reverence-and-reproach-modernist-legacies-contemporary-film-and-video

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Hugo Boss Asia Art Award 2015

A shortlist of six artists has been announced for the second edition of the Hugo Boss Asia Art award for emerging Asian artists.

They are:

Yang Xinguang (China)

Guan Xiao (China)

Huang Po-Chih (Taiwan)

Moe Satt (Myanmar)

Maria Taniguchi (Philippines)

Vandy Rattana (Cambodia)

- See more at: http://encn.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/1187199/hugo-boss-asia-art-2015-shortlist-announced#sthash.j7i1ODRI.dpuf

http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/hugo-boss-asia-art-2015-shortlist-announced/

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Missing Links at Jim Thompson Art Center

Missing Links: 
A series of moving images exhibition from Southeast Asia

Curated by Gridthiya Gaweewong 
Jim Thompson Art Center, Bangkok
22 May - 31 October 2015

Modernization and Urban Conditions (22 May - 31 July, 2015)

Jompet Kuswidananto (Indonesia)

Maria Taniguchi (Philippines)

Uudam Tran Nguyen (Vietnam/USA)

The Maw Naing (Myanmar)

Souliya Phoumivong (Laos)

Diaspora and Identity (1 August - 31 October, 2015)

Chris Chong Chan Fui (Malaysia/Canada)

Nipan Oranniwesna (Thailand)

Brian Gothong Tan, (Singapore)

Khmer Arts / Studio Revolts (Cambodia/USA)

 

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carlier|gebauer

May 1 - June 6 2015
Maria Taniguchi
    


http://www.carliergebauer.com/exhibitions/2251

 



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I see, it feels


7 min. 30 sec. single channel HD video, color, no sound
2015

 

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Markgrafenstraße 67 

D-10969 Berlin

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Kaleidoscope Asia Edition

In the opening section of HIGHLIGHTS, twelve profiles account for the best of the season: GUAN XIAO (by Pablo Larios), MING WONG (by Binghao Wong), MA YANSONG (MAD) (by Beatrice Leanza), MATSUMOTO TOSHIO (by Alexander Shulan), ZHAO YAO (by Venus Lau), AAAJIAO (by Leo Xu), TAKURO KUWATA (by Jeffrey Uslip), MARIA TANIGUCHI (by Joselina Cruz), DUDDELL's (by Robin Peckham), LI RAN (by Ho Rui An), NATTOFRANCO (by Xerxes Cook), and CHENG RAN (by Mariagrazia Costantino).

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Ibid. London

Michael Van den Abeele
Flora Hauser
Maria Taniguchi

14 October – 29 November 2014

http://ibidprojects.com

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Maria Taniguchi / Silverlens

Silverlens, Manila 18 September – 18 October 2014

http://www.silverlensgalleries.com

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Don't You Know Who I Am? Art After Identity Politics

13 June - 5 October 2014

 M HKA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp

Don’t You Know Who I Am? Art After Identity Politics is a major group exhibition organised by M HKA, the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, reflecting how emergent artists relate to issues of ‘identity politics’ today.

Anthea Hamilton, Augustas Serapinas, Donna Kukama, Eloise Hawser, Ermias Kifleyesus, Guan Xiao, Haegue Yang, Hedwig Houben, Iman Issa, Imran Qureshi
Juha Laakkonen, Katja Novitskova, Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Liesbeth Doms, Maria Safronova, Maria Taniguchi, Massimo Grimaldi, Nadezhda Grishina, Nastio Mosquito, Oleg Ustinov, Onkar Kular & Noam Toran, Oscar Murillo, Patrizio Di Massimo, Pedro Barateiro
Pennacchio Argentato, Shilpa Gupta, Wu Tsang

http://afteridentity.muhka.be

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KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine ”The Making of Asia” Issue 19, Fall 2013

HIGHLIGHTS
Koki Tanaka by Miwako Tezuka; Li Ran by Ho Rui An; Basir Mahmood by Gemma Sharpe; Seung Yul Oh by Emma Bugden; Maria Taniguchi by Joselina Cruz.

http://kaleidoscope-press.com/kiosk/

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Material Memory at Fluxia Milano

Material Memory

Fluxia, Milan

January 23 - March 8, 2014

Olga Balema
Etienne Chambaud
Anne de Vries
Nicola Martini
Maria Taniguchi

http://www.fluxiagallery.com/current/material-memory/

Photo by Andrea Rossetti

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HIWAR | Conversations in Amman

An exhibition, residencies, and talks program
Opening: 9 November 2013 exhibition runs until April 2014

Darat al Funun / Curated by Adriano Pedrosa

HIWAR | Conversations in Amman is an exhibition, residencies, and talks program organized by Darat al Funun to celebrate 25 years of support for the arts. HIWAR brings 14 artists from the Arab world, Africa, Asia, and Latin America to Amman for residencies in September and October 2013, culminating in an exhibition opening on 9 November 2013. The exhibition will also feature works from The Khalid Shoman Collection, including Akram Zaatari, Emily Jacir, Mona Hatoum, Wael Shawky, and Walid Raad.

Artists-in-residence: 
Asli Çavuşoğlu (b. 1982, Istanbul; lives in Istanbul)
, Asunción Molinas Gordo (b. 1979, Aranda de Duero, Spain; lives in Cairo), 
Bisan Abu-Eisheh (b. 1985, Jerusalem; lives in London/Jerusalem), 
Clara Ianni (b. 1987, São Paulo; lives in São Paulo), 
Daniela Ortiz (b. 1985, Arequipa, Peru; lives in Barcelona), 
Hemali Bhuta (b. 1978, Mumbai; lives in Mumbai), 
Jonathas de Andrade (b. 1982, Maceió, Brazil; lives in Recife)
, Kiluanji Kia Henda (b. 1979, Luanda; lives in Luanda)
, Maria Taniguchi (b. 1981, Dumaguete City, the Philippines; lives in Manila)
, Nguyên Phuong Linh (b. 1985, Hanoi; lives in Hanoi)
, Rayyane Tabet (b. 1983, Ashqour, Lebanon; lives in Beirut), 
Saba Innab (b. 1980, Kuwait; lives in Amman/Beirut), 
Shuruq Harb (b. 1980, Ramallah; lives in Ramallah)
, Thabiso Sekgala (b. 1981, Zaf, South Africa; lives in Johannesburg)

The Khalid Shoman Foundation www.daratalfunun.org


http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/hiwar-conversations-in-amman/

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