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AUSTRALIA
Now til 28 Jan 2019
BALDESSIN/WHITELEY: PARALLEL VISIONS
The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia hosts the Baldessin/Whiteley: Parallel Visions exhibition bringing together the work of these two major figures in the story of 20th-century Australian art. Featuring over 120 works by both artists, the exhibition draws parallels between George Baldessin and Brett Whiteley, showcasing the startling and unusual synergies found between their provocative and expressive imagery.
www.ngv.vic.gov.au
Image Credit(s): Brett Whiteley
Evening coming in on Sydney Harbour, 1975


UNITED KINGDOM
3-4 Nov
REGENT STREET MOTOR SHOW & BONHAMS VETERAN CAR RUN
The Regent Street Motor Show is a unique free-to-view event that takes place in one of London’s most famous streets. Regent Street will be closed in its entirety to traffic and a range of cars spanning 120 years of motoring will be on display. On the very next day, the Bonhams Veteran Car Run will have an early morning start at Hyde Park in London, driving through the evening to Madeira Drive in Brighton.
www.regentstreetmotorshow.com & www.veterancarrun.com


UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
7-21 Nov
ADAPT TO SURVIVE: NOTES FROM THE FUTURE AT CONCRETE
Arriving at Concrete on Alserkal Avenue, Dubai, Adapt to Survive: Notes from the Future brings together artworks by seven international artists who imagine how our world might look and feel in the future. Engaging with the idea that adaptation is necessary for survival, there will be films, sculpture and text-based works that explore the ideas of change and hybrid forms of architecture, biology, technology and language in this exhibition.
alserkalavenue.ae
Image Credit(s): Andreas Angelidakis
The Walking Building, 2004-2006

HONG KONG
9-11 Nov
CLOCKENFLAP
Rocking through the weekend, the biggest annual music and arts festival in Hong Kong returns to Central Harbourfront. This year’s Clockenflap features an eclectic array of established artists, festival favourites and thrilling breakthrough acts from Hong Kong, Asia and around the world. From R&B to new wave to electronic, music lovers won’t want to miss even a day of this three-day event.
www.clockenflap.com


CHINA
10 Nov – 10 March 2019
12TH SHANGHAI BIENNALE
E. E. Cummings’ experiment in poetry, Proregress, a word made of the condensation of ‘progress’ and ‘regress’ is the theme chosen for this year’s Shanghai Biennial. Held at the Power Station of Art (PSA), it provides a framework to explore the role of contemporary art as a means by which the struggles and anxieties of many different latitudes are reflected and turned into subjective experience.
shanghaibiennale.org


BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
1-31 Dec
BRUNEI DECEMBER FESTIVAL 2018
Look forward to exciting activities that will be taking place throughout the Sultanate during December. There will be plenty of events like food festivals, Islamic festivals, sports and adventure, culture and creative arts, as well as recreation and shopping happening throughout the month.
bruneitourism.com

SINGAPORE
16 Nov – 14 Apr 2019
MINIMALISM: SPACE. LIGHT. OBJECT.
National Gallery Singapore and ArtScience Museum are collaborating for the first time to present the region’s first exhibition focusing on Minimalism. Set across two sites, Minimalism: Space. Light. Object. features over 130 works that explores the history and legacy of this groundbreaking art movement. Minimalism shifted the way we experience art through the use of simple, geometric forms and non-traditional materials, and continues to influence the world today.
www.nationalgallery.sg
Image Credit(s): teamLab
Enso, 2017
Ikkan Art International

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