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2019.05.22 Wed, by

In the Silhouette of Bamboos

A conceptual artist who is tired of ‘conceptual art’? Xiao Yu may not be alone. As the cluster of meanings fades away in the monumentality and materiality of his works, Xiao Yu has embarked on an ambitious and yet perplexing task of ‘de-interpretation’ in contemporary art. >> Read more
2018.03.15 Thu, by

“Detour” Attempts a Détournement of Exhibition Making

Why walk in areas adjacent to the museum? Why couple the acts of walking with exhibition viewing? Even if the practice of the institution is intimately connected to the local environment, this doesn't necessarily mean that bundling the acts of walking, discussion and exhibition viewing together is a comprehensive response to this issue. >> Read more
2017.07.14 Fri, by

Hong Kong Round Up

Talkover/Handover 2.0 at 1a Space / “Canton Express: Art of the Pearl River Delta” at M+ Pavilion / Fereydoun Ave's “Shah Abbas and His Page Boy” at Rossi & Rossi / Wong Chung-Yu's “Centrifugal Force” at Hanart TZ gallery / Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon's “Catchy” at Empty Gallery / R. Streitmatter-Tran's “Departures: Intersecting Vietnamese Modern Art with R. Streitmatter-Tran” at de Sarthe gallery >> Read more
2017.07.07 Fri, by

Shanghai Hit List

Patty Chang, Feng Chen, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Shanghai Seeds… >> Read more
2016.12.14 Wed, by

Review: “New Order”

French art group Agapanthe’s solo show “New Order”, curated by Lu Mingjun, is Wuhan International Art Center’s first attempt to introduce a residency program into their exhibition process. >> Read more
2016.10.18 Tue, by

Hong Kong Hit List: Truths, Repetition, and Emptiness

Yogesh Bavre at Things that can happen | Luke Ching at Gallery Exit | Trevor Yeung at Blindspot Gallery | Tsang Kin-Wah at M+ Pavilion | Apichatpong Weerasethakul at Para Site | Anish Kapoor at Gagosian | Sam Francis at Pearl Lam Galleries >> Read more
2016.06.23 Thu, by

Reviewing the Reviews: the new National Gallery of Singapore

Like the impact of any massive object, the past months have seen shockwaves emanate from the opening of the National Gallery of Singapore (NGS), in the form of various reviews and opinion pieces. >> Read more
2015.10.25 Sun, by

Leviathan–Huang Yongping

Huang Yongping’s large-scale works are again taking over Red Brick Art Museum for the touring exhibition“Bâton-Serpent II”. >> Read more
2011.05.05 Thu, by

Review of Liu Wei’s “Trilogy” — Part II

Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai. March 20 to May 3, 2011 Liu Wei’s ‘Trilogy’ at Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai Part II — Read Part I of this review here  The Gothic flying buttresses seem to have developed, at least partly, out of two series of work: Liu Wei’s composition of recycled windows and doors, “The Outcast,” (2007; also previously shown […] >> Read more
2010.11.30 Tue, by

“Great Performances” at Pace Beijing

Despite the extraordinary range of works presented, "Great Performances" feels like an opportunity missed. >> Read more

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