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2014.10.29 Wed, by

Guggenheim Museum Presents Wang Jianwei: Time Temple, New Works by the First Commissioned Artist for The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chinese Art Initiative

Guggenheim Museum Presents Wang Jianwei: Time Temple, New Works by the First Commissioned Artist for The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chinese Art Initiative >> Read more
Extra, 2014.08.20 Wed, by

“The Male Artist and Female Art”: Wang Keping and Ai Weiwei– A New York Affair

This was originally a true story. The time was the morning of the December 1, 1985; it was at a museum in New York. “Female Art” was the performance artist Linda Montano, and the translator was Ai Weiwei. The sculptor is, naturally, myself... >> Read more
Extra, 2017.09.18 Mon, by

CHRIS EVANS & PAK SHEUNG CHUEN
Para/Site, Hong Kong

Para Site is pleased to present two exhibitions by Chris Evans and Pak Sheung Chuen. Both presentations include newly commissioned works and are curated by Freya Chou. >> Read more
Extra, 2017.09.06 Wed, by

Louvre Abu Dhabi to welcome visitors from November

Abu Dhabi, 6 September 2017: Louvre Abu Dhabi today announced it will open its doors to the public on 11 November 2017. >> Read more
Extra, 2017.03.04 Sat, by

Su-Mei Tse “Elegy”
Edouard Malingue Gallery

A subtle tone pervades the space. The essence of a past temporality, a flutter of the senses, a trigger of distant memory. Dulcet yet melancholic, ‘Elegy’, Su-Mei Tse’s first solo show in Hong Kong, sets a pensive pace, a rhythm that invites self-reflection as well as a heightened awareness of one’s surroundings. Acting as punctuations […] >> Read more
Extra, 2016.04.05 Tue, by

Manifesta 11 in Zurich

Preparations for the European Biennial of Contemporary Art enter their Final Phase... >> Read more
Commentary, 2016.01.10 Sun, by

Book Review: The Manual Suspension of Disbelief

Thinking about the future has evolved differently, however; envisioning what might be is niche work normally reserved for “professional futurists” in the small worlds of academia and industry, for example through speculative design. >> Read more
Commentary, 2015.08.13 Thu, by

Chow Chun Fai: I Have Nothing To Say

Artist’s Reception Thursday, 20 August 2015, 6 to 8pm Exhibition Period 20 August – 12 September 2015 Curatorial Statement Silent Witness: Chow Chun Fai’s I Have Nothing to Say Valerie C. Doran Hanart TZ Gallery is pleased to announce Chow Chun Fai’s new solo exhibition I Have Nothing To Say, which opens on 20 August […] >> Read more
Commentary, 2015.08.13 Thu, by

Guggenheim advances Contemporary Chinese Art Initiative with Appointment of Curators Hou Hanru and Xiaoyu Weng

Strengthening its longstanding commitment to the study and support of contemporary Chinese artists... >> Read more
Commentary, 2015.02.13 Fri, by

Bingyi: Intensive/Extensive

Ink Studio is pleased to announce the opening of Bingyi’s first major solo exhibition in China Intensive/Extensive on March 21, 2015. >> Read more

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