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Chim↑Pom,《绘制未来》,2016 (版权:Chim↑Pom;鸣谢:艺术家和东京MUJIN­TO Production;摄影:KENJI MORITA)/ Chim↑Pom, “Drawing Mirai”, 2016 (© Chim↑Pom; courtesy of the artist and MUJIN­TO Production, Tokyo; photo by KENJI MORITA)

Chim↑Pom: So see you again tomorrow, too?

The phrase “So see you again tomorrow, too?” is taken from the closing line of television host Kazuyoshi Morita’s variety show “It’s OK to Laugh!”, a long-running show that lasted 32 years. In the production of the final episode, even though it was clear that there would be no more chances to “see you again”, Morita still ended with “So see you again tomorrow, too?” As “the end” will surely come, Chim↑Pom asks the audience of “tomorrow” for the scrap and rebuild of the future.

马修•巴尼和Jonathan Bepler,《基质之河:KHU》,剧照,2014(摄影:Hugo Glendinning;版权:马修•巴尼;鸣谢:Gladstone Gallery/纽约/布鲁塞尔)/ Matthew Barney and Jonathan Bepler, “RIVER OF FUNDAMENT: KHU”, Production Still, 2014 (Photo: Hugo Glendinning, © Matthew Barney, Courtesy Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels.)

No Return: Matthew Barney’s River of Fundament

Shit or excrement is the most important and embarrassing form of existence in human cultural history. It lingers in a sordid place, and is itself sordid, a thing rejected and inhibited. Yet it is also a fundamental fixation of humanity. In Freud's system, one of the earliest fixations is the fixation with feces—the anal stage. On the other hand, one of the most frightful things for the ancient Egyptians was to have to eat one's feces in the afterlife…

Edouard Malingue Gallery, Wang Wei,© Art Basel

Over There, Right Now

Hong Kong and the Mainland: Protests, the administrative absorption of politics, and contemporary art…

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吕克·图伊曼斯,《科尔索III》,布面油画,127.6 × 216.5 cm,2015(图片由伦敦/纽约大卫·茨维尔纳画廊提供)/ Luc Tuymans, “Corso III”, oil on canvas, 127.6 × 216.5 cm, 2015. Courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London.
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Chim↑Pom,《死亡的漆黑》,2008、2016(版权:Chim↑Pom;鸣谢:艺术家和东京MUJIN­TO Production;摄影:KENJI MORITA)/ Chim↑Pom, “Black Of Death”,  2008, 2016 (© Chim↑Pom; courtesy of the artist and MUJIN­TO Production, Tokyo; photo by KENJI MORITA)
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Im Heung-soon, “Bukhansan/Bukhangang”, 2015-2016, HD, 2-channel video, 5.1 Ch sound, duration: 28:12 min, edition of 5 (image courtesy the artist and Esther Schipper)
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刘月,“格言”,香格纳北京,展览现场
Liu Yue, "Maxim", ShanghART Beijing, installation view
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Kimsooja at Encounters (Kukje Gallery)
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