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View of Ai Weiwei at Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama Triennale 2017.
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Cameron Allan McKean

The city of Yokohama blends almost seamlessly into Tokyo, forming one of the largest and most disaster-prone urban agglomerations in the world. But there are subtle differences between Yokohama and its northern neighbor—the smell of the Pacific, the quiet, moat-like boulevards—and major ones: this is where Western modernity breached the... continue reading
Aurélien Froment, Théâtre de poche (Pocket Theater), 2007.
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Brian Sholis

Organizing an international biennial or triennial exhibition is, in principle, a thankless task. Your two main audiences, locals unfamiliar with recent artistic developments and globe-hopping art citizens eager for new discoveries, have opposing needs and desires. Apportioning artworks among multiple venues, securing the funding to meet an outsized budget, and... continue reading

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