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2019.05.02 Thu, by

Review: Doug Aitken at Faurschou Foundation Beijing

Internet and smart phone technologies have led to sweeping change in society in our lifetime, forcing us to wrestle with new modes of thinking about and experiencing time, space, and speed, whereby our intellectual and emotional responses to past, present, and future are constantly shifting. >> Read more
2017.12.06 Wed, by

“PST/CST”
BANK

Los Angeles, a Spanish name that translates as “the angels,” is the largest city in the Pacific Standard Time (PST) zone. >> Read more
2017.03.02 Thu, by

A Grandiose Mess

Step into a packrat’s lair, and you see wall-to-wall clutter choking up the space. Hoarding can be such a compulsive psychological disorder that it debilitates a person’s social functioning and sense of reality. >> Read more
访谈, 2017.01.27 Fri, by

The Urinal in the Art World
—Interview with Stefan Simchowitz

Simchowitz's controversial business model, obstinate personality, omnipresence on social media, and big mouth have consistently earned him a spot at the center of heated and polarized debates about his policy of aggressively stockpiling emerging artists' work so as to compete with galleries and dealers for their market share. >> Read more
访谈, 2012.01.20 Fri, by

Interview with Fabien Fryns-On Becoming a Collector and then Art Dealer

Fabien Fryns grew up in Belgium and Switzerland and began collecting art while still in high school. His first gallery was in Malaga, Spain, but in 2004 he moved to Beijing and opened a gallery in Caochangdi (F2 Gallery). >> Read more