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2017.11.16 Thu, by

“Luminous Shadows”
INK studio
Beijing

A painted rock bleeds as living flesh across sheets of paper. A quivering line gives form to the nuances of meditative experience. The veiled light of an icon radiates through the near-instantaneous marks by a pilgrim’s hand. The group exhibition Luminous Shadows explores spirituality and transcendence in the sensory engagement with the material world. >> Read more
2014.08.20 Wed, by

The Shack

After graduating from arts school and living in Kunming for a few years, Lu Yingdong took on a Thoreauvian quest, retreating to the woods around Dali to live simply and "confront only the essential facts of life."
 
 
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Think, 2021.05.11 Tue, by

A PhiloPhotoPoetics of Emptiness, Its “Shadow-Tracing” (摄影): A Roundtable Conversation with Gabriela Morawetz & Kyoo Lee

Vanishing Deconstructions See+ Gallery, Beijing, China December 05, 2015–January 30, 2016 Organizer: Hua’er, Director of See+ Gallery Moderator: Antonie Angerer Translator (Chinese): Zwei Fan Date: December 04, 2015 Q (aka Kyoo Lee, hereafter Q): Thanks, everybody, for being here. Special thanks to Hua’er for organizing this event, Antonie and Zwei for moderating and translating, and […] >> Read more
Think, 2021.02.18 Thu, by

Thinh Nguyen’s American Road

by Thinh Nguyen Publication was made possible with the support of the Nguyen Art Foundation In Ran Dian’s continuing series on going on a walk, we join artist Thinh Nguyen on his current journey across America from Los Angeles to New York, though it involves more driving than walking. We will follow Thinh as he […] >> Read more
Think, 2020.12.26 Sat, by

“The Tides of the Century” at the Ocean Flower Island Museum

More than 140 works of diversified cultural backgrounds, made by over 80 artists from 23 countries including Greece, France, South Korea, Cameroon, USA, Japan, Thailand, Venezuela, Singapore, Iran, Italy, India, UK, Vietnam, and China, will be displayed during the exhibition. >> Read more
访谈, 2020.06.16 Tue, by

Simon Mordant
Contemporary Collector, Modern Philanthropist

Simon Mordant is one of Australia’s most prolific art collectors and philanthropists. As chair of Australia’s Museum of Contemporary Art and as Australia’s past Venice Biennale Pavilion Commissioner, Mordant has been one of the major forces driving modernization of Australia’s visual arts scene. >> Read more
访谈, 2018.06.19 Tue, by

Art Basel Unreport—Beautiful But Boring?

“Always the same thing. How boring! Pedants definitely!” said Oblomov, yawning. Basel is still the best art fair in the world. You knew that already. It runs as smoothly as Swiss Rail. No air-conditioning problems here! Yet there is a growing sense Art Basel is getting predictable. At first, I thought it was just me, […] >> Read more
访谈, 2018.03.24 Sat, by

Announcing Perrotin Shanghai

Perrotin is delighted to announce the launch of its new gallery in Shanghai in late 2018. Located in the heart of Shanghai’s Bund quarter, this will be the 18th gallery space that its owner Emmanuel Perrotin has opened worldwide in 28 years. >> Read more
访谈, 2018.03.16 Fri, by

Andrew & Lingling Ruff – Shanghai collectors

Amidst the proliferation of private art museums in Shanghai and around China, smaller collector spaces are also opening with more modest but also more focused ambitions. Influential Shanghai collectors, Andrew and Lingling Ruff, opened 166 Art Space in late 2017. Its third show, curated by Josef Ng, opens this month. Ran Dian: Andrew, what brought […] >> Read more
访谈, 2017.11.16 Thu, by

Why Pan Yuliang?

Were it not for the list of artists and the brief introduction, “Pan Yuliang: A Journey to Silence” probably would have misled most into thinking it was a modern art show in a contemporary art institution. >> Read more

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