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'Do Not Sit Down': Inês d'Orey's Photographic Elegy on Tokyo's Disappearing Architectural Heritage

'Do Not Sit Down': Inês d'Orey's Photographic Elegy on Tokyo's Disappearing Architectural Heritage

Corn Yard: Twin Brothers Nik & Jon Daughtry's Self-Build Homes of Industrial Elegance

Corn Yard: Twin Brothers Nik & Jon Daughtry's Self-Build Homes of Industrial Elegance

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Nordic Craftsmanship Reinvented: The New Restaurant of Stockholm's Nationalmuseum

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Akelarre Hotel Marries Architectural Fineness with Culinary Excellence in San Sebastián, Spain

The Subtle Playfulness of Studio ETN's Minimalist Apartment in Jaffa, Israel

The Subtle Playfulness of Studio ETN's Minimalist Apartment in Jaffa, Israel

Focus Kazakhstan: Post-nomadic Mind, installation view. Photo by Thierry Bal.

Focus Kazakhstan: Post-nomadic Mind, installation view of Gulnur Mukazhanova’s "False Hope or The Momement of the Present". Photo by Thierry Bal.

Focus Kazakhstan: Post-nomadic Mind, installation view of Saule Suleimenova's "Kelyn" (2015). Photo by Thierry Bal.

  • 37 Wapping Wall, St Katharine's & Wapping, London E1W 3SG, UK

  • Wapping Hydraulic Power Station

  • Daily 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

  • focus-kazakhstan.com

  • Part of “Focus Kazakhstan”, a four-part exhibition organized by Kazakhstan’s National Museum that will tour through Germany, the USA and South Korea.

19 September - 16 October, 2018

Focus Kazakhstan: Post-nomadic Mind

London, United Kingdom

Featuring 32 artists, the show explores Kazakhstani contemporary art through parallel dialogues between contemporary artists, their Soviet predecessors, and the rise of post-nomadism.

"Focus Kazakhstan: Post-nomadic Mind" at Wapping Hydraulic Power Station

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