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2018.03.07 Wed, by

Chronus Art Center
Jim Campbell & ZHANG Peili
The Flickering Uncertain

Chronus Art Center is pleased to present Jim Campbell & ZHANG Peili: The Flickering Uncertain, >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.11.29 Fri, by

Meeting Chinese Artists: Don and Mera Rubell

Based in Miami, the Rubell Family Collection is one of the world’s largest private art collections. Here, Iona Whittaker speaks to the founders Don and Mera Rubell about their collection and the keenly anticipated exhibition"28 Chinese Artists", which opens next week... >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.11.07 Thu, by

Rubell Collection Announces Exhibition of 28 Chinese Artists’ Work in December

It has been announced that the Rubell Family Collection will hold an exhibition entitled “28 Chinese” at their private museum, opening on Dec 4, 2013. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.11.19 Tue, by

Entries open for the 14th edition of Arte Laguna Prize, Venice

In addition to the exhibition in Venice at the Arsenale, the contest lands in Moscow and the cash prizes increase Applications are open for the fourteenth edition of Arte Laguna Prize, one of the most influential and longest-running competitions for emerging artists and designers. The Prize continues its mission of promoting creative talents through art […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.11.18 Mon, by

Over 350 artworks worth around 300 million Euros by
Anselm Kiefer, Markus Lüpertz and Renate Graf allegedly withheld from its owner

A total of 352 artworks worth around 300 million Euros by Anselm Kiefer, Markus Lüpertz and Renate Graf are supposedly withheld from its owner >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.10.14 Mon, by

LUKE HENG
“AL/linum”
A+ Works of Art, Kuala Lumpur

A+ Works of Art (d6-G-8 d6 Trade Centre, Jalan Sentul, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 51000) 10 October – 2 November 2019 nrm. curatorial project A+ WORKS OF ART is pleased to present AL/linum, a solo exhibition by emerging artist Luke Heng. Making his debut in Malaysia, the exhibition brings together the union of two series of works that deal with […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.04.02 Tue, by

Dhaka Art Summit – Programme Announcement – 7-15 February 2020

Samdani Art Foundation announces Seismic Movements: Dhaka Art Summit 2020, the fifth edition of the bi-annual research and exhibition platform focused on art and architecture connected to South Asia, to be held from 7 - 15 February 2020 in the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.11.22 Thu, by

“As We May Think, Feedforward”, The 6th Guangzhou Triennial 2018, Guangdong Museum of Art

Titled As We May Think, Feedforward, extending this seminal text’s far-reaching ramifications into the artistic domain as a way to reflect on the trajectories of technological advances and their reverberations throughout the social sphere over the past decades, the 6th edition of Guangzhou Triennial seeks to address the multiple implications engendered by such a technologically constructed time-space - in the real and through the virtual - by examining creative endeavors both from geographical purviews and from cosmic prospects in responding to the challenges and opportunities at stake and to think, once again, through a new alliance of visions by humans and nonhumans alike, machines and flesh with equal footing, organic and inorganic hand in hand, an alternative outlook for a new possibility of ecology whereby a retooled humanism may thrive in a Parliament of Things (to borrow a term from Bruno Latour) in symbiosis and reciprocity. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.07.31 Tue, by

JOE ANDOE
Rainbow Road part 2
Almine Rech Gallery, Brussels

Almine Rech Gallery is pleased to announce the first exhibition by Joe Andoe with the gallery. >> Read more
Interviews, 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

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