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2016.04.27 Wed, by

Chandigarh, India, 1951-66
Kukje Gallery

In Chandigarh, Pierre Jeanneret had the thankless task of supervising, step by step, >> Read more
2019.12.19 Thu, by

News From Nowhere
Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong

The exhibition’s title derives from British polymath and socialist activist, William Morris’ 1890 novel of the same name, in which he imagines a utopian future liberated from systems of capitalism. >> Read more
2016.08.06 Sat, by

Mediated Body and Embodied TechnologiesIssue 3 Lecture – Sacred Listening in a Folding Space

The relationship between space and perception has been a core subject of contemporary philosophy of space. >> Read more
2014.07.09 Wed, by

Michael Lee: Machine for (Living) Dying In

Yavuz Fine Art is pleased to present Machine for (Living) Dying In, a new solo exhibition by Singaporean artist Michael Lee. The show will be on view from 16 August to 21 September 2014 and is developed in dialogue with Melanie Pocock. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.11.08 Tue, by

An Interview with Liu Lin

What can we make of topography or “writing a place” as a way to think about “locality” and site? >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.02.18 Thu, by

Art Dubai Announces March Programme for the 10th Edition of the Global Art Forum | 16-18 March 2016

The critically acclaimed annual arts conference takes place March 16 to 18, 2016 during the tenth edition of Art Dubai >> Read more
Commentary, 2016.01.10 Sun, by

Book Review: The Manual Suspension of Disbelief

Thinking about the future has evolved differently, however; envisioning what might be is niche work normally reserved for “professional futurists” in the small worlds of academia and industry, for example through speculative design. >> Read more
Commentary, 2014.12.09 Tue, by

M Home Living in Space

M Home随寓而安·红星美凯龙艺术大展,北京尤伦斯见 >> Read more
Commentary, 2014.04.25 Fri, by

Power Station of Art: Decorum exhibition

The Power Station of Art presents, together with theMusée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, Decorum. >> Read more
Commentary, 2014.02.11 Tue, by

Mingei are you here? at Pace London

An elegant, thoughtful show curated by Nicolas Trembley, "Mingei are you here?" surveys and juxtaposes the local and international influence of the Japanese Mingei folk design movement, which was founded in 1926 following European arts & crafts movements, and continued into the 1970s... 
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