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2019.06.13 Thu, by

Haroon Mirza
Tones in the Key of Electricity
Sifang Art Museum, Nanjing

The Sifang Art Museum and Victor Wang are proud to present the first solo museum exhibition in China by UK‐based artist Haroon Mirza. >> Read more
2013.11.08 Fri, by

Sifang Art Museum: Possible Worlds

The much-anticipated Sifang Art Museum and a related architectural enclave is the pet project of real estate developer Lu Jun and his son Lu Xun in Nanjing. But following the opening of its inaugural exhibition, one wonders in hindsight about the thoughts behind “The Garden of Diversion”, curated by Philippe Pirotte. >> Read more
2019.10.09 Wed, by

Zheng Bo: Goldenrod

Goldenrod by ZHENG Bo opens as the inaugural exhibition at the new ICA at NYU Shanghai >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.11.08 Tue, by

An Interview with Liu Lin

What can we make of topography or “writing a place” as a way to think about “locality” and site? >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.11.18 Tue, by

Salesmanship and showmanship—Art021, Year Two

The second edition of the Art021 art fair this year still remained at the Rockbund area, part of the Bund in Shanghai. This erstwhile confluence of money and culture of the British elite in the early 20th century has, 80 years later today, taken on a new look. The Art Deco structures are now stuffed with contemporary art. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.10.23 Thu, by

“Pale Fire”—Fanning the Flames of Young Art Collectors

Founded by Lin Han, a new art museum officially established itself in the 798 Art District following a sensational opening ceremony. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.03.26 Wed, by

He An Solo Exhibition: “It’s Forever Not”

Magician Space is delighted to present its third solo exhibition ‘It’s Forever Not’ with Beijing-based artist He An in a continuation of a dialogue with Magician Space involving a series of architecture-related installations. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.01.29 Wed, by

Notes on 2013—the Beijing Slant

The passing twelve months have seen the greater Chinese scene piqued by scandal, pressure and anti-climax and sprinkled only lightly, it seemed, with really effective art. 2013 felt like a tense and ambivalent year. >> Read more