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Beijing, 2019.03.21 Thu
Shanghai, 2019.04.28 Sun

The Challenging Souls: Yves Klein, Lee Ufan, Ding Yi
Power Station of Art
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Hong Kong, 2019.04.26 Fri

Qin Qi
Fragrance of the Night
Tang Contemporary Art
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2018 Art Taipei
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Light, Dark, Other: Mit Jai Inn solo Exhibition
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Extending Space – 2018 Dongguan sculpture and Installation Art Festival
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Ariel Hassan
TRAGEDY OF EQUALITY / ACT 1:
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Welcome to Geumhyung Jeong’s ‘Spa & Beauty Berlin’
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Ways to Get Closer to It—The Inner Flesh of Time—In the Age of Consumable Desires

A ritual as a sort of psychospiritual stabilizer, an internalized metronome for life in transcendence, is transformative in its very transitive transitoriness. In the process, you go somewhere and somelsewhere elastically, even a tiny bit. While inhabiting a ritual, one lives in and through time, via an odd interval sliced open and stitched back together.

Charlotte Jarvis, "Music of Sphere", 2013-2015

Forget the Future: The 6th Guangzhou Triennial

The last two decades of precipitous change have provided much grist for recent exhibitions, artist talks, and essays. The pre-eminence of digital technologies in society, the unpredictable advances in biotechnology and Artificial Intelligence, and irreversible environmental degradation encapsulated under the banner of the Anthropocene all speak to a certain disquiet towards unproblematic notions of progress.

Ip Wai Lung, “Forever X Change” (Courtesy: Précédee; photography by Harry Chan) / 叶惠龙, 《永续找換店》(鸣谢:Précédee; 摄影: Harry Chan)

The Snake that Eats Itself

In the small alleyway of Hi Lung Lane in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, such iconography gains unexpected meaning cast in the bright LED awning hanging over a currency exchange shop… Paradoxically, as we’ve witnessed more and more recently—despite talk of walls, borders, and ongoing trade wars—we get nowhere unless things keep moving.

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Paula Rego, “Snow White Swallows the Poisoned Apple” , 1995. Pastel on board, 170 x 150 cm.
宝拉·雷戈,“白雪公主吞下毒苹果”,1995,木板上色粉,170 x 150 cm
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Le Grande Odalisque or Olympia? Image courtesy the artist and Rockbund Art Museum  (photo Chris Moore)
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卢克·杰伦的《月之博物馆》
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The opening ceremony of the Taoxichuan CHINA ARTS & SCIENCES
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