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Ni Haifeng solo exhibition Asynchronous, Parallel, Tautological, et cetera…
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The Poet, Painter and Novelist—Etel Adnan

There is an infinitesimally fine line between poetry and painting; at their best, both seek to bypass the logic of language to enter a realm where sensations and associations can be vividly perceived, but not spoken into the air—human consciousness perfectly distilled to an irreducible essence...

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Dreams of the Old Country – Phantoms of Early Chinese Photography

Two small but exquisite exhibitions, “At China: Early Photography And Photographic Technique” and “Old Photos from the Palace Museum's Permanent Collection”, both featuring outstanding spatial presentation and content framework...

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Park Seo-Bo: The Beginning

Disenchanted with the realism prevalent in Korea in the 1950s, with his world shaken by the outbreak of civil war, Park Seo-Bo turned towards abstraction and was a founding member of the Dansaekhwa monochrome movement. Here, Park recalls the early beginnings of his work, and the circumstances and compulsions that have generated it. He spoke passionately of the hard-won path into his artistic practice and, in hindsight, with great confidence.

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Brent Wadden, “Blue Wine”, hand woven fibers, wool, cotton and acrylic on canvas, 271.8 x 208.3 cm. Courtesy of the artist; Peres Projects, Berlin; and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York.
INTERVIEWS
Liu Ding, Wang Shikuo in 1942 and Wang Zhaowen in 1951, oil on canvas, 180 x 250 cm, 2015
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Etel Adnan Portrait by Patrick Dandy, 2014
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"Facing East", exhibition view at Storefront for Art and Architecture.
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Peter Wächtler, "HCL H264", single-channel video, black and white; 8:26 min, 2012. Courtesy the artist; Lars Friedrich, Berlin; dependence, Brussels; and Reena Spaulings, New York.
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