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2015.02.02 Mon, by

Prizes and Politics: the Inaugural Joseph Balestier Award for the Freedom of Art

The Indonesian artist FX Harsono has won the inaugural Joseph Balestier Award for the Freedom of Art, jointly presented by the Embassy of the United States in Singapore and Art Stage Singapore. >> Read more
2017.06.01 Thu, by

International Summer School Bernau – Apply now!

ollowing the resounding success of the first edition last year with participants from three continents, the International Summer School in Bernau presents the second round from August 14 to 26, 2017. >> Read more
Commentary, 2016.08.11 Thu, by

The Difference Between Two Smiles: Gentrification in Beijing

I try to understand how an artist, a designer, an architect, a writer, a poet, or any other “creative” individual should go about this kind of activity in order to bring his or her own work and practice into this kind of context. >> Read more
Commentary, 2016.03.09 Wed, by

Datong Dazhang: The Way Out for Small-Town Art Youth

As a tall man hailing from Datong in Shanxi province, Zhang Shengquan had, in the customary Chinese manner, the nickname of “Da Zhang” (lit. “Big Zhang”), and thus ended up being known as “Datong Dazhang”. He started making art in the 1980s. >> Read more
Commentary, 2015.03.03 Tue, by

ZENG Fanzhi-The Louvre Project,at ShanghART Beijing,opens on Mar,9th

ShanghART Beijing is pleased to present ZENG FANZHI THE LOUVRE PROJECT, the first exhibition of ShanghART Beijing in 2015, from March 9th to March 22nd, 2015. >> Read more
Commentary, 2015.02.12 Thu, by

Zeng Fanzhi solo exhibition-The Louvre Project – ShanghART (Beijing)

This exhibition project of Zeng Fanzhi in Louvre Museum in 2014 came from a meeting in Hong Kong between Zeng and Henri Loyretee-then the curator of Louvre Museum. >> Read more
思考, 2014.06.27 Fri, by

The (Continuing) Story of Ai—From Tragedy to Farce

In recent weeks Ai Weiwei has become embroiled, yet again, in apparent controversy. Paul Gladston comments.
 
 
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思考, 2013.09.25 Wed, by

Wang Keping

Radical ‘Stars’ artist Wang Keping exploded onto the Chinese art scene in the late 1970s as the leader of a contemporary art group. He now returns to Beijing to present the largest exhibition of his work ever shown in the country to date. >> Read more
思考, 2013.06.03 Mon, by

Duo Review from Singapore

Gillman Barracks, an old army base, has, over the past two years, emerged as Singapore’s new art district. With shopping being the national sport of this island-state, it is no easy matter for an art district to achieve the fame of shopping districts. Say the name of Gillman Barracks to a taxi driver, and nine times out of ten... >> Read more
Think, 2013.04.15 Mon, by

Art in the Age of Mass Production: Is the Long Museum Just Another Museum?

With money and space, the Long Museum has potential, but do they have the curatorial chops to turn a building into a museum? Despite a less-than-mind-blowing first show, it's nonetheless a good place to see a very extensive collection of Chinese art. >> Read more

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