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Shirin Neshat, Sue Williamson, Tabita Rezaire, and William Kentridge on Kochi-Muziris Biennale

Shirin Neshat, Sue Williamson, Tabita Rezaire and William Kentridge are included on the fourth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale in India (12 December – 29 March). The biennale will take place across various public spaces and heritage sites in the town of Kochi. For biennial curator Anita Dube, the event aims to counteract ‘the virtual hyper-connectivity that has paradoxically alienated us from the warm solidarities of community’. The exhibition runs from 12 December until 29 March 2019.

Tabita Rezaire included on ‘D’EST: A Multi-Curatorial Online Platform for Video Art

Tabita Rezaire’s Premium Connect has been included on D’EST, an online contemporary video art platform. D’EST launched in June and is introducing its content over six ‘chapters’. Rezaire’s work forms part of chapter #4 The Body as an Indexical Reader which aims to create a conversation around various social, philosophical and scientific implications of the body. The chapter is on at the Museum of Modern Art Moscow (MMOMA) on 6 October, and two days later will be available online, where they can be seen upon the free registration until December 2020.

Tabita Rezaire on group show at Kunsthalle Mainz in Germany

Tabita Rezaire has been included on Virtual Insanity (3 August – 18 November), a major international group exhibition held at Kunsthalle Mainz in Germany, which examines the extension of reality and its shadowy underbelly. The artists included on Virtual Insanity address this subject by creating documents, writing reports and narratives, and developing scenarios. What unites the work on the exhibition is the unique approach each artist takes to the technical innovations and lifestyles brought about by the digital revolution.

Tabita Rezaire included on a curatorial project in Berlin

Rezaire participates in a new curatorial project, titled LUCKY and hosted by the Neue Gesellschaft fur Bildende Kunst, which invites queer cultural agents to unveil power structures shrouded in myth and illusion of luck (7 July – 2 September). As such, the curatorial project’s exhibition, and its accompanying performance event series, reacts to luck as a cultural myth that normalises privilege. Masked as luck, white supremacy and patriarchy weave narratives that dull movements of resistance and perpetuate the status quo.

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    Tabita Rezaire / Exotic Trade / 2017

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    the silences between / 2017

    In Context: Africans in America (at Goodman Gallery and Johannesburg Art Gallery)

    New Revolutions: Goodman Gallery at 50

    Young, Gifted and Black / Curated by Hank Willis Thomas / 2015

    Post African Futures / Curated by Tegan Bristow / 2015

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