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2017.02.07 Tue, by

Art Paris Art Fair 2017: Africa guest of honour

From March 30 to April 2, 2017, the 19th edition of the Art Paris Art Fair will play host to some 130 modern and contemporary art galleries at the Grand Palais. >> Read more
2016.07.14 Thu, by

The Uncertain, or the Shelved… ShanghART Gallery

Group exhibition The uncertain, or the shelved... will be showcased in ShanghART Gallery both Main and H Space on 16th July. >> Read more
2016.06.18 Sat, by

“The Uncertain, or the Shelved” –group show
ShanghART Gallery, Shanghai

Group exhibition The uncertain, or the shelved...... will be showcased in ShanghART Gallery both Main and H Space on 16th July. >> Read more
2016.06.14 Tue, by

“Over the Wall: Paintings Tempted by Installation”

The combination of non-traditional materials and hand-painted images here should not be seen as artists making efforts towards new visual effects. >> Read more
2016.01.12 Tue, by

ART STAGE SINGAPORE AND THE U.S.EMBASSY SINGAPORE ANNOUNCE THE JOSEPH BALESTIER AWARD FOR THE FREEDOM OF ART 2016 FINALISTS

Art Stage Singapore and the U.S. Embassy Singapore have named three regional artists as finalists for the 2016 >> Read more
2014.11.18 Tue, by

Salesmanship and showmanship—Art021, Year Two

The second edition of the Art021 art fair this year still remained at the Rockbund area, part of the Bund in Shanghai. This erstwhile confluence of money and culture of the British elite in the early 20th century has, 80 years later today, taken on a new look. The Art Deco structures are now stuffed with contemporary art. >> Read more
2014.02.27 Thu, by

ShanghART’s Spectacles

Slipping (as usual, with apparent effortlessness) into the new year, ShanghART’s Singapore branch was recently host to an eclectic mixture of work in paint, photography, animation and installation by some of the more tenacious (though not all the loudest) names in Chinese art... >> Read more
2011.05.05 Thu, by

Review of Liu Wei’s “Trilogy” — Part II

Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai. March 20 to May 3, 2011 Liu Wei’s ‘Trilogy’ at Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai Part II — Read Part I of this review here  The Gothic flying buttresses seem to have developed, at least partly, out of two series of work: Liu Wei’s composition of recycled windows and doors, “The Outcast,” (2007; also previously shown […] >> Read more
2020.01.13 Mon, by

Travelling from the corners of East Java to a 19th century church in Islington, Edouard Malingue Gallery (Hong Kong, Shanghai) is thrilled to present ‘Madakaripura’ the first solo presentation in London of the Indonesian collective Tromarama (est. 2006, Bandung). Marking the last exhibition in the gallery’s temporary project space, Tromarama transport us to a historical waterfall, which is believed to be the last place where Gajah Mada (c. 1290 - c. 1364) - a central figure in Indonesian culture who used to be a Mahapatih or Prime Minister in the Majapahit empire - meditated before he reached Moksa, a term for various forms of emancipation and enlightenment >> Read more
2019.09.01 Sun, by

Dear Diary: Three and A Half Performances

Three and A Half Performances…… >> Read more

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