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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, 2018.06.17 Sun, by

MICHAEL LINDEMAN
‘An Awkward Dance’
Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Michael Lindeman’s, An Awkward Dance is a complex exploration into his own identity, >> Read more
History & Theory, 2013.12.18 Wed, by

Sullivan Collection Bequeathed to the Ashmolean

Following the death in September of the noted sinologist Professor Michael Sullivan, the Sullivan Collection of Chinese art has been donated to the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England.
 
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History & Theory, 2017.08.21 Mon, by

WU KE
Another Shan Shui
Chelsea College of Arts, London

Wu Ke (b.1969), an established painter from China will present his unconventional creations of traditional Chinese landscape paintings to a British audience for the first time, at his forthcoming solo exhibition Another Shan Shui at Cookhouse Gallery Chelsea College of Arts this September (21st-26th). >> Read more
History & Theory, 2017.07.20 Thu, by

Zheng Chongbin: The Classical Origins of Contemporary Abstraction

It is too early to decide if I am destroying the tradition of ink painting. —Zheng Chongbin >> Read more
History & Theory, 2013.11.14 Thu, by

Artissima – Slow Art and Slow Food in Torino

Artissima can very much be compared to the culinary delicacies and the eating habits of Torino and its province, the Piemont, famous for its truffles and the Slow Food movement. The attitude of the fair is also slow in the sense that the art presented is far from being fast consumable "bling-bling" art >> Read more
History & Theory, 2013.10.10 Thu, by

NUS Museum

About NUS Museum NUS Museum’s mission is to actively facilitate the intellectual and cultural life of the NUS community. Focusing primarily but not exclusively on Southeast Asian art and culture, the Museum contributes to and facilitates the production, reception, and preservation of knowledge through collections development and curatorial practice, developing partnerships within NUS, the cultural […] >> Read more
史论, 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
史论, 2018.09.28 Fri, by

Taipei Dangdai 2019 Gallery List Announced

Taipei Dangdai announces a stellar line up of 90 galleries from across the globe, to kick off the 2019 art world calendar. The first edition of the fair attracts a strong participation of leading international galleries who will exhibit in Taipei for the first time, whilst showcasing the very best of Asia. >> Read more
史论, 2017.02.06 Mon, by

Encounters to present 17 ambitious large-scale projects – including 12 new works – by leading artists from across Asia and beyond

Art Basel in Hong Kong's widely acclaimed Encounters sector – a unique platform dedicated to presenting large-scale sculptural installations that transcend the traditional art fair booth …… >> Read more

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