1. Ed Ruscha – Very
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen || Until 19 August
Ruscha is known for his cinematic interpretations of modern visual culture. This exhibition will showcase his works from the 1960s onwards.
2. Susan Meiselas: Mediations
SFMOMA, San Francisco || 21 July to 21 October
Some of Meiselas’ most iconic visuals – including images of the aftermath of the Kurdish genocide – will be on display.
3. Sun Xun
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney || 9 July to 14 October
Sun’s solo show will explore the relationship between memory, history, culture and politics via his unique animations, which meld drawings, woodcuts and sketches.
4. Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up
V&A Museum, London || Until 4 November.
A remarkable collection of the Mexican artist’s personal belongings will be on display, alongside her paintings and photographs.
5. Wind Walkers: Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests
ArtScience Museum, Singapore || Until 30 September
Marvel at Strandbeests – “beach animals” that utilise wind power to walk in a lifelike fashion – at Jansen’s first Southeast Asian exhibition.
This article was originally published in the July 2018 issue of SilverKris magazine.