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2019.01.09 Wed, by

Adrift: Cao Yi, Li Qing, Yi Xin Tong, Zhao Zhao
Chambers Fine Art, New York

Chambers Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening on January 24, 2018 of Adrift: Cao Yi, Li Qing, Yi Xin Tong, and Zhao Zhao. The exhibition examines the current urban landscape of China with megacities unimaginable in scale just a few decades ago, through the work of four young artists intimately familiar with this period of rapid change. >> Read more
2017.12.06 Wed, by

The Mental Trip
Tang Contemporary Art, Beijing

(中文) 当代唐人艺术中心北京第一空间荣幸地宣布,将于2017年11月25日至2018年1月6日呈现林辉华的个展“画地为牢”。 >> Read more
2017.11.26 Sun, by

The Mental Trip
Tang Contemporary Art, Beijing Space I

Tang Contemporary Art Beijing is proud to announce the opening of “The Mental Trip”, >> Read more
2016.08.12 Fri, by

Piston Heads in LA

Symbolic of freedom, romance, machismo, and recklessness, the automobile is an indispensable part of American life, beheld as an extension of the owner’s status and identity. This exhibition at Adam Lindemann’s VENUS is a fitting tribute to the city of LA and its deeply entrenched car culture. >> Read more
2016.06.07 Tue, by

“From Desire to Desire”
Jiali Gallery, Beijing

(中文) 此次展览,我将从一个特殊的角度来呈现艺术家的作品。 >> Read more
Think, 2016.05.31 Tue, by

On Entropy in Marfa

On a recent visit to Marfa, I found myself musing on the relationship between Judd’s fervent vision for permanence and the natural environment that moves it.

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Interviews, 2015.04.30 Thu, by

Replicating Reality

Wang Wei is an installation artist who has ranged over various disciplines; over the years, he has held many exhibitions in China and abroad. Randian met the artist at the gallery to talk about the ins and outs of his creative practice... >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.04.01 Wed, by

Snakeheads & Bone Ladders—Hou Hanru on Huang Yong Ping

Huang Yong Ping, the most prominent member of "Xiamen Dada", was one of the key artists to have emerged in 1980s China. Here the art historian and director of MAXXI Rome, Hou Hanru, spoke about “Baton Serpent”, a major survey of Huang Yong Ping in Italy... >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.03.19 Thu, by

Doing Time: Interview with Tehching Hsieh

Tehching Hsieh is a seminal figure in the history of performance art. Only in recent years has Hsieh been recognized for his commitment as an artistic figure, conducting himself through a series of performances which serve as profound and decisive investigations into human diligence and experience... >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.06.30 Mon, by

Strong Opening at Shanghai’s Yuz Museum Amid Hiccups

With the quality of the Yuz collection on display no doubt greatly aided by having Wu Hung, the renowned scholar of Chinese art, as a curator, we can say that “Myth/History” was not half bad—pretty good, in fact... >> Read more

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