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2019.10.30 Wed, by

EL GRECO dies again at the Grand Palais
Ran Dian fast review

Greco Grand Palais ( 3 Avenue du Général Eisenhower, 75008 Paris) Oct 16, 2019 – Feb 10, 2020 Ran Dian: So what was it like? * Thomas Eller: It was like walking around in a book. Not an exhibition. Interesting for historians though but with some really bad paintings, but revealing. There was one master piece, which […] >> Read more
2017.06.11 Sun, by

Alex Israel: “SUMMER 2”
Almine Rech Gallery

The finalized sculpture is now exhibited all by itself in a room at Almine Rech Gallery. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2018.03.11 Sun, by

Secundino Hernández
“All is too much”
at CAC Malaga

As Groys notes in the opening passage of his essay, “On the New”, “We experience art history first of all as represented in our museums.” One might add, to be glib with Marx—and why not? —, secondly as farce. >> Read more
访谈, 2015.10.09 Fri, by

Between Line and Color:
Secundino Hernández interview

in abstraction, I find that people try to explain what you cannot explain. Come on, it’s only a painting, you know! >> Read more
访谈, 2015.09.18 Fri, by

Opening GAVIN TURK I SECUNDINO HERNÁNDEZ I ERIK VAN LIESHOUT – September 16, 2015, 7 PM

It’s a natural and useful process. As the career of an artist becomes consolidated, his work is subject to a discourse that facilitates knowledge of the same and determines its popularity. >> Read more
访谈, 2014.11.20 Thu, by

2014 Frieze London, Frieze Masters, and around London

Frieze is looking very intensely to China, so maybe we can look forward to a tent on Tian An Men square. >> Read more
访谈, 2013.12.06 Fri, by

Yang Shaobin – Midnight Chill

Furnace-hot people, molten, abused, abusing, filled the paintings of Yang Shaobin, televisual violence and internet grotesquery playing to our sadomasochistic scopophilia. You couldn’t look away...
 
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访谈, 2020.01.13 Mon, by

Natee Utarit & Nadiah Bamadhaj
Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore

To inaugurate its 10-year anniversary celebration in Singapore, Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) kicks off the year with two special solo presentations by Natee Utarit and Nadiah Bamadhaj. RKFA is pleased to announce two highly anticipated exhibitions titled DÉJÀ VU: Your Past is My Future by Natee Utarit (b.1970) & Dreaming Desire by Nadiah Bamadhaj (b.1968) at RKFA Singapore. >> Read more
访谈, 2019.06.26 Wed, by

Amin Taasha – Time-lapse
Richard Koh Fine Art

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA - KL) is pleased to announce Indonesia based Afghanistan artist Amin Taasha’s (b.1995) first solo exhibition in Malaysia. >> Read more
Think, 2018.05.29 Tue, by

Event and Spirit-Image: Bodily Dismemberment in the East and West and the Logic Surrounding “Consecration”

Ancient forms of punishment that involve bodily dismemberment were considered “inhumane” and thus abolished. In comparison, in the effort to challenge norms regulating common conceptions of humanity, many contemporary artworks often take up “dehumanizing” positions >> Read more

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