A trio of exhibitions laud technology as a springboard and a tool, while also probing the way it can harbor a quiet threat.
An exhibition at the Royal Academy suggests that technology is our main hope for a better future, generally ignoring the current discourse around natural climate solutions.
An unusual exhibition in draws a line between work being made in the heyday of Nasser’s Egypt and today.
With the opening of the 14th Istanbul Biennial this September, the galleries are at a clear disadvantage, and from the dozen or so shows open in the city at the moment, it is relatively difficult to find works that resonate beyond their local context. Still, there are some hidden gems outside the most predictable venues.