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MAYFAIR ART WEEKEND's PODCAST RECOMMENDATIONS

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''ZEITGEIST 19 is a research-led socio-cultural hub that runs educational and cultural talks with distinguished creative individuals, pioneers of contemporary art & culture, emerging talents, environmentalists, and entrepreneurs. Their aim is to gather representatives from various cultural segments under the umbrella of this philosophical concept, in order to explore and home in on the spirit and reality of Now.''


-Mayfair Art Weekend 

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ZG19 REVIEW OF LA BIENNALE ARTE 2019

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Fragile Frontiers:
Vision on Iran's In/Visible Borders


YARAT Contemporary Art Space, Baku, Azerbaijan 

 

A group exhibition presenting newly commissioned as well as recent works of 15 artists who view frontiers as precarious, ephemeral or frictional, arguing that no border—whether cultural, territorial or psychological—is completely durable. Examining the dilemma of borders within the Iranian context, alongside its neighboring nations, the show raises questions about political identity as well as internal, interpersonal and international boundaries.



-Harper's Bazaar Arabia

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CANARIES IN THE COAL MINE:

ART IN THE AGE OF A WARMING PLANET

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ZEITGEIST19 ON ARTSPACE

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''ZEITGEIST 19—a research-led socio-cultural hub that curates interdisciplinary talk events with emerging talents and pioneers of culture, acting at the intersection of art and sustainability—visited the 58th Venice Biennale to interview participating artists and curators to discuss how art can serve as a guide, and reflect on the current times and anxieties, because apocryphal theme or not—it is certainly hard to deny that we do currently find ourselves in 'interesting' times. Here, ZEITGEIST 19 speaks with Kaisen about her take on these issues.''

-Artspace

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MIGRATE ART: KEN NWADIOGBU FOR ZG19

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''Back in August, Migrate Art founder Simon Butler sat down with artist Ken Nwadiogbu and curator Farah Piriye to chat about Ken's work for the Zeitgeist 19 podcast. In this candid conversation they discussed how Ken is utilising his practice as a tool for social change, raising awareness of such themes as racism, police brutality, sexism, xenophobia and more. Ken shared his thoughts on cultural revolution, how to respond back to society when it speaks to us, what it means to be a Nigerian artist in today’s climate and how Contemporealism, a new method of visual communication coined by the artist himself, was born.''

-Migrate Art

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