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2019.11.24 Sun, by

Sara Lucas Review

(中文) 从艺术创作的角度讲,创作者需要在“普世化的女性艺术”的前提下自然而然地展示自己的视角,萨拉卢卡斯式的“即兴”创作方式即是在践行这种视角,避免自我“她者化”的存在。 >> Read more
2016.07.08 Fri, by

SHE: International Women Artists Exhibition – Long Museum (West Bund)

She is the very first exhibition in China that features women artists from such a vast region and long history, >> Read more
2015.05.23 Sat, by

OCAT XI’AN SUMMER EXHIBITIONS

OCAT Xi’an is particularly honoured to present Ren Jian’s major 36-metre painting Epoch. >> Read more
momentum, 2014.01.10 Fri, by

Best of Times, Worst of Times at Chronus Art Center

Echoing the first words of A Tale of Two Cities (1859), Charles Dickens’ famous novel set at the time of the French Revolution, this exhibition jumps forward to the present to consider how contemporary art and aesthetics use the past to express the future. >> Read more
momentum, 2014.01.10 Fri, by

Best of Times, Worst of Times at Chronus Art Center

Echoing the first words of A Tale of Two Cities (1859), Charles Dickens’ famous novel set at the time of the French Revolution, this exhibition jumps forward to the present to consider how contemporary art and aesthetics use the past to express the future. >> Read more
Art World, 2013.11.08 Fri, by

Opening Time Capsules: Song Dong’s “Waste Not” at the 5th Moscow Biennale

The 5th Moscow Biennale is curated by Catherine de Zegher with the title derived from Goethe's famous last words: “More light!” “More Light” is not a blinding lineup of spotlight-wary, biennial-ized superstars... >> Read more
History & Theory, 2010.09.09 Thu, by

The Double Way

Since the late 1980s, contemporary Chinese art has gained an increasingly high profile within the international art world. This profile has accrued for four substantive reasons: first, because of the sometimes highly innovative way in which producers of contemporary Chinese art have sought to combine/hybridize attitudes, >> Read more