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Interviews, 2017.02.08 Wed, by

Luc Tuymans

In an age in which he feels artists have become exceedingly demo­cratic, Luc Tuymans adheres closely to the method he has honed over time—mercifully without, he says, a moment of “painter’s block.” >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2016.03.15 Tue, by

Miao Ying: Freedom through Limits

Miao Ying is an artist born in Shanghai. Since graduating in 2007, she has been making net art based on the Chinese internet. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.03.02 Wed, by

Interview: Taryn Simon

Taryn Simon is a New York-based artist known primarily for her meticulous work combining photography and text, though her practice has included sculpture and performance.
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Artist profiles, 2016.01.14 Thu, by

Miao Ying: Freedom through Limits

A profile of net artist Miao Ying >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.06.06 Sat, by

Abstraction a Foot Ahead: Interview with Brent Wadden

Brent Wadden is focused on weaving, using brightly colored yarns to create dense, abstract pieces which are then stretched over canvas.
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Interviews, 2015.05.20 Wed, by

“The World Has Became More Difficult to Represent”: an Interview with Yinka Shonibare

An interview with Yinka Shonibare on the occasion of a new solo show in New York at James Cohan, in which the artist looks to new directions.. >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.04.28 Tue, by

Moving Images: Dr. Michael I. Jacobs’s Collection

Dr. Michael I. Jacobs, a practicing dermatologist and Associate Professor at the Weill Medical College at Cornell University in New York, is also an avid art collector, including a collection of some 43 Chinese video pieces... >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.03.19 Thu, by

Doing Time: Interview with Tehching Hsieh

Tehching Hsieh is a seminal figure in the history of performance art. Only in recent years has Hsieh been recognized for his commitment as an artistic figure, conducting himself through a series of performances which serve as profound and decisive investigations into human diligence and experience... >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.09.11 Thu, by

Randian to Participate in “The Big Picture” Conference

Randian will participate in "The Big Picture: Lives, Landscapes, Homelands in Australian and Chinese Art" conference for the panel discussion "Visual Literacy in the Asian Century", chaired by Aaron Seeto, on 12th September in Beijing. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.05.29 Thu, by

“Conrad Shawcross: Geometry of Mind” opens at Art Mia, Beijing

Today, a solo exhibition by the British artist Conrad Shawcross opened at Art Mia gallery in Beijing. >> Read more

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