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Interviews, 2018.02.02 Fri, by

Katharina Grosse and the ghost-eating-mud at K11 Foundation, Shanghai

Katharina Grosse is one of the leading artists working in the area of Expanded Painting, a field, in every sense, that encompasses extremely divergent practices, yet which always share an interest in the physical fundamentals of painting and paint – hue, light, material, surface, production – to explore directly the nature of painting itself and the ways people experience it. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.04.26 Fri, by

Chi K11 Art Space SH

Shopping centre and art exhibition on Huaihai Lu, in Shanghai. Justly branded as an ‘art mall,’ this Hong Kong import displays local artists’ work at every turn. Even the architecture is creative, with an entrance that takes patrons into a glass dome suspended by tree sculptures and below ground. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.01.08 Tue, by

Tao Hui
Rhythm and Senses
Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong

How we live and relate to each other in light of increased digitisation is at the core of ‘Rhythm and Senses’, the first solo exhibition of Tao Hui (b. 1987, Chongqing) at Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.04.07 Fri, by

Vertical Gardens, Antenna Space

The vertical garden, or ‘green wall,’ was developed in order to maximize the use of available surfaces in congested urban spaces. Although it is a mutant practice, it takes its cue from various ancient farming traditions, ranging from Babylon to Pompeii, with the first modern iteration introduced in Paris around 1985. While not popularized until […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.02.16 Thu, by

“Trayastrimsa”—or, Chicken with Chillies

Dissecting the piece as a whole, I found no link between these images, which constituted an anything-goes pile-up of various symbols: Tantric Buddhism, Taoism, body politics, the larger narrative of human civilization, reincarnation, redemption, self-examination, revelation, purgatory, Hieronymus Bosch’s “Ship of Fools” and “The Seven Deadly Sins”. . . >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.10.28 Fri, by

Maria Taniguchi

Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong is pleased to present the first solo exhibition dedicated to Maria Taniguchi in Hong Kong, showcasing about 6 brick paintings and 1 installation. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.04.25 Mon, by

11 Artists from ShanghART

Positions of Chinese contemporary art and western building traditions will cover the baroque spaces of the former Cistercian monastery of St. Urban starting this June 12th. >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.09.18 Fri, by

Small and Beautiful: Art in the City’s Second Year

Carving out a niche in relation to West Bund Art and Design Fair, with more international and blue-chip galleries, and Photo Shanghai, with its focus on photography...
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Interviews, 2015.03.03 Tue, by

Knight Nightmare - Don Gallery

KNIGHT NIGHTMARE is a multimedia installation that brings together a variety of works from a.f.art theatre and Jin Feng, >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.01.04 Sun, by

Impressions of 2014: Shanghai and Beyond

Despite the appearance of new museum landmarks in China promising a new cultural epoch, it has been art works that have left soft marks of something more lasting in 2014's landscape of pristine concrete, granite and glass... >> Read more

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