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2017.09.23 Sat, by

Footnotes on Official Narratives: “Asia Corridor” in Kyoto

As an annual exhibition featuring works by artists from Northeast Asia, “Asia Corridor” could have the potential to delve into some rather interesting and seldom-broached issues in this region. >> Read more
2016.10.05 Wed, by

The China Canon—The Sigg Collection in Bern and Hong Kong

It is a curious historical fact that such a small and distant country as Switzerland has had such a profound impact on the development of art in China, especially at this moment of China’s greatest economic and cultural transformation. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2016.04.16 Sat, by

China, or Post-China?

In July 2015, the London-based artist Shen Xin staged her project “Shoulders of Giants” as a symposium extended through animation, performance, and projection. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.08.09 Sat, by

Cai Guo-Qiang’s “The Ninth Wave” Blasts Off in Shanghai

The opening pyrotechnics started out at 5 pm. From afar, thick green billows of smoke hung from the sky, drifting from PSA’s large smokestack. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2017.10.13 Fri, by

Big Pictures

Art has no equivalent of the Skyscraper Index, the notion that record-breaking towers tend to be built, hubristically, just prior to an economic crisis. The top end of the art world seems to ignore crises altogether (at least the part that doesn’t invest in tall buildings). Inflationary tendencies are observable in the art world, though, in uppity auction prices, the spread of private museums and art storage facilities and, seemingly, in art itself, no doubt partly to fill all the cavernous museums being built. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2017.04.25 Tue, by

Chim↑Pom: So see you again tomorrow, too?

“Has the decision to host the Olympics not yet been made? Why is it that we dare not do such a thing?” —Deng Xiaoping, 1990 >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2016.12.08 Thu, by

Shanghai November Round up

I feel that the exhibitions on November 9 and following it are worth looking at with a sense of doubt about the establishment and with a questioning attitude. Here are my observations. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.12.22 Mon, by


Faurschou Foundation is pleased to present the first solo show in Beijing by the American master of video art Bill Viola. In a 40-year career, Bill Viola has been a leading, artistically outstanding figure in this art form. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.09.02 Tue, by

My Generation

“My Generation: Young Chinese Artists” is New York-based critic, curator, writer and journalist Barbara Pollack’s well-chosen introduction to new Chinese art and artists. It's the first exhibition in the United States to exclusively showcase the work of the post-Reform and Opening (1978–79 onwards) generation... >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.04.22 Tue, by

“Attached” at Force Gallery

Clearly, the artists have adhered to the exhibition’s theme of “attachment”. All of their pieces also emphasize workmanship; the intricate labor involved brings their work to a higher level of exquisite detail. However, there are a few essential differences between the works by the Chinese and Korean artists... >> Read more

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