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Murakami by Murakami

UNTIL MARCH 15INSTITUTO TOMIE OHTAKESÃO PAULOART

Takashi Murakami once said, “Rather than a big figure, I guess you could say I’m more of an influential minority symbol.” That assessment is a bit modest, seeing that he’s a phenomenal presence in the international art world. Murakami graduated from the Tokyo University of the Arts, having mastered traditional Japanese painting. He then began to integrate Eastern and Western visual culture, creating characters, techniques, and scenes that are an eye-popping blend of both; yet all the while he remained fiercely and loyally Japanese. In an exhibition that analyzes Murakami’s Asian identity as expressed in his work, 35 works are on display. —E.C.

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AFGHANISTAN. Kandahar. 2002. Taliban portrait.

Masculinities: Liberation through Photography

UNTIL MAY 17THE BARBICAN  LONDON ART

“I am not a singular identity. I think a singular identity isn’t very interesting, and I’m a little bit more multifaceted as a person than that,” said the American photographer, Catherine Opie, in a 2013 interview. In a cultural moment when a select few men have given masculinity a bad rap—both by committing crimes against women and by perpetuating sexism in all aspects of society—a new exhibition pushes back against this one-sided perception of men. Photography and films by over 50 artists—including Opie, Laurie Anderson, and Isaac Julien—express masculinity’s complex and multitudinous nature. —J.V.

A MONTHLYCULTURE MATRIXFOR THE COSMOPOLITAN TRAVELER

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