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2017.09.26 Tue, by

CHEN BAOYANG
Do Androids Dream of Electric Cows?
Gallery Yang, Beijing

Artist Statement The title of this exhibition, Do Androids Dream of Electric Cows, sprang from a dream I dreamt a year ago. After googling around, I found out it is very similar to the plot of the novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, the basis of the film Blade Runner. The virtual environment of […] >> Read more
2017.06.07 Wed, by

Pan Yuliang : un voyage vers le silence

The moment we embarked on the journey of inves­ti­gating Pan Yuliang and her life, we found the pre­scribed mis­sion of speaking for her impos­sible. >> Read more
2015.04.30 Thu, by

V ART CENTER | New Exhibition |Introduction to “Assured Stability”

When I talk to industrial workers. They often say that there is an “assured stability." >> Read more
2014.06.10 Tue, by

SHEN Fan: Black & White Confusion -ShanghART

ShanghART Beijing is pleased to present SHEN Fan’s solo exhibition Black & White Confusion on 14th June 2014. A selection of paintings and ceramic works created in the 1990s will be on view in this black and white tonal exhibition. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2013.11.13 Wed, by

Michael Sullivan: More Than an Ordinary Sinologist

The vicissitudes of the era had no doubt taken their toll, but Sullivan, with an ever keen eye for art, found much to uphold his interest. No matter how messy the scene was, politically, ideologically, socially, artistically, his commitment was constant. Those of us who aspire to recording contemporary art owe a great debt to this fine, magnanimous historian. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2012.10.30 Tue, by

Culture Shanghai

A Return Oriented Towards The Future >> Read more
Think, 2010.12.15 Wed, by

Why Care about the Shanghai Biennale?

How a Shanghai institution helped legalize avant-garde art practice. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2009.03.09 Mon, by

Spheres of Influence

The Westerners are skilled in geometry, and consequently there is no the slightest mistake in their way of rendering light and shade [yang-yin] and distance (near and far). When they paint houses on a wall people are tempted to walk into them . . . Students of painting may well take over one or two points from them to make their own paintings more attractive to the eye. >> Read more