If you happen to be heading to Montreal be sure to check out “Peru: Kingdoms of the Sun and the Moon.” It’s the first time in history that the country’s pre-Columbian treasures and masterpieces are shown internationally. www.mbam.qc.ca/en
Listen to Marina Abramovic, one of the the world’s most important performance artists, as she discusses her soon-to-open art foundation and some of her best-known past projects, like “The Artist is Present” exhibit at New York’s MoMA. Video courtesy of AnOther Magazine.
The artist and fashion photographer Juergen Teller is under the spotlight at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts. “Woo!,” a retrospective of his work that includes portraits of Lily Cole and Kurt Cobain, is now on show and runs until March 17. www.ica.org.uk
If you’re in New York, be sure to check out the latest solo exhibit by French conceptual artist Daniel Buren. The show runs until February 16 and spans two locations: Bortolami Gallery at 520 W. 20th St., and Petzel Gallery at 456 W. 18th St. www.bortolamigallery.com
Ayyam, the art gallery that introduced Syrian art to the world, opens its new London location on January 24 with “Shooting the Cloud,” an inaugural exhibit by Lebanese artist and architect Nadim Karam. The show runs until March 9. 143 New Bond St., www.ayyamgallery.com
Five women dancers embody the Lebanese Civil War, boldly expressing their fears and anxiety, in That Part of Heaven, a dance performance staged by Maqamat and choreographed by Omar Rajeh. The dance performance opens on January 19 at Masrah al Madina in Beirut. T. 00 961 1 75 30 10. Pictures by Melissa J.