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Interviews, 2018.04.25 Wed, by

Looking Back at the Pictures Generation with Matt Mullican

Pictures Generation artist, Matt Mullican, renowned for his work with signs and flags and pioneering hypnosis performances, exhibited in China for the first time during West Bund Art & Design last November, with a special presentation of his flag works. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.06.21 Wed, by

Art Basel Unlimited 2017

John Baldessari's "Ear Sofa; Nose Sconces with Flowers (in Stage Setting)", 2009/2017, was the best and weirdest thing at Unlimited, including when the model got some dust in her eye >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.01.18 Wed, by

MASSIMO DE CARLO GALLERY HONG KONG PRESENTS ITS FIRST GROUP SHOW ‘BETWEEN UTOPIA AND DYSTOPIA’

(Hong Kong, 10 January 2017) To commemorate the beginning of an artful year, Massimo De Carlo gallery presents its first group show ‘Between Utopia and Dystopia’ at Hong Kong’s Pedder Building. It will be on display from19 January 2017 to 11 March 2017. >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.12.18 Fri, by

Performa 15: Lasting Value of Performance Art

Until the curator, critic and academic Roselee Goldberg founded Performa in 2004, performance art was largely absent from large cultural institutions such as museums and blue chip galleries.
 
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Interviews, 2015.12.11 Fri, by

The End of Miami—
Randian’s Final Unfair Report

Miami starts with parties and champagne and ends with blood and rain. As the deluge descended and the drains spewed, we huddled around an ATM with a homeless guy, or maybe he was a performance artist or kooky billionaire—no he was just homeless. >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.11.28 Sat, by

Gagosian New York

Artists Exhibited Diane Arbus Richard Artschwager Richard Avedon Francis Bacon Balthus Davide Balula Georg Baselitz Jean-Michel Basquiat Joseph Beuys Dike Blair Glenn Brown Chris Burden Alexander Calder Anthony Caro Maurizio Cattelan John Chamberlain Dan Colen Michael Craig-Martin Gregory Crewdson John Currin Willem de Kooning Walter De Maria Edmund de Waal Alberto Di Fabio Marcel Duchamp […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.09.30 Wed, by

“15 Rooms”: Performance Art in a Box

Now in its fifth and latest iteration, the exhibition’s premise is simple and deceptively attractive. >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.08.06 Thu, by

Hu Xiangqian: A Performance A Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Hu Xiangqian’s artistic practice derives from a subtle relationship between current events and personal experience. He recently held a solo exhibition at Long March Space. Yuan Fuca speaks to the artist about the issues of performance in video, as well as art and affect. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.07.20 Thu, by

Zheng Chongbin: The Classical Origins of Contemporary Abstraction

It is too early to decide if I am destroying the tradition of ink painting. —Zheng Chongbin >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2017.06.17 Sat, by

Ding Yi: a User’s Manual

Ding Yi’s paintings refuse to answer, to limit or be limited. Whether small or vast, their multi-hued fields of crosses map and divide pictorial space, transparent and unguarded, beguiling with pattern. But this is no panacea for interpretation, for anything-goes opinion. Look closely at each painting and you can become familiar with them, with the individual character of the multitude of marks that compose their seeming and actual similarity, the repetitions, threads and permutations, and yet still not know them >> Read more

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