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Post image for From a Cave Church to a Fairy Tunnel, an Outdoor Exhibition Revels in Turkey’s Landscape

CAPPADOCIA, Turkey — Let Us Cultivate Our Gardens wants us to be present, to look at the land of Cappadocia and its heritage, but also to disassociate from its preciousness and instead revel in its vitality.

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Post image for Wrestling with the “Forces of Wickedness” Along 8 Mile Road

DETROIT — Saturday, May 28 was a staggeringly hot day out along 8 Mile Road, where, just before three in the afternoon, a somewhat anomalous crowd of people began to gather.

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Post image for Tracing the Contours of Power at the Marrakech Biennale

MARRAKESH — In the vaults adjacent to the city’s Koutoubia Mosque, a video by the Copenhagen-based artists’ group Superflex tells the story of migrants and refugees eager to reach Europe.

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Post image for A Monthlong Harlem Art Fair Pops Up in Public Spaces

The Flux Art Fair, which is only in its second year, has done something boldly innovative with the art fair format: created a scheme of public works placed throughout Harlem’s parks and boulevards.

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Post image for Talismanic Calligraphy Made Contemporary in Marrakech

Unlike many of Koraïchi’s contemporaries, who seek to abstract calligraphic forms, he not only nods at tradition, but, as an artist of Sufi lineage himself, he inscribes his work within it.

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Post image for An Art Collective Takes Over a Portuguese Palace and Retells Its History

LISBON — Since 2008, the Lisbon-based art and architecture collective Os Espacialistas has been developing site-specific interventions that introduce new perspectives to public spaces and reconsider the politics they embody.

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Post image for Locating William Kentridge’s Massive Mural in the Roman Landscape

ROME — What exactly does public art mean in a town rebuilt uninterruptedly for over 2,000 years?

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Post image for Seeing Digitally Manipulated Landscapes Out in the “Wild”

One does not often associate a walk in the park with experiencing contemporary art presented on security fences by way of large mesh tarps. But that’s just what you’ll find at Natural Disruptions.

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Post image for At the Marrakech Biennale, a Conversation Between Postcolonial Identities

MARRAKESH — Set outside the institutional white cube, in restored ancient sites and the ruins of a 16th-century palace, the sixth edition of the Marrakech Biennale, Not New Now, arrives like a breath of fresh air.

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Post image for A Bowling Alley Transforms into a 20,000-Square-Foot Trippy Art Experience

SANTA FE — Inside an old bowling alley here, in an industrial district a few miles south of the well-trodden, gallery-lined Canyon Road, there is a house.

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