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2013.04.01 Mon, by

Point at a Deer, Call it a Horse

"Point at a Deer Call it a Horse" is based on the Chinese idiom “Zhi Lu Wei Ma” — to confuse right and wrong, to distort reality through misrepresentation, to deceive. Historically, it dates back to Zhao Gao, a prime minister of the Qin Dynasty who, in 207 BCE, used dissent to test the court, gauging their loyalty... >> Read more
2015.08.12 Wed, by

Beyond the Frozen Point: Stories from the North

Organizers: Tromsø International Film Festival, Shanghai International Culture Association. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2015.05.28 Thu, by

Yang Fudong
“The Coloured Sky: New Women II”

The subject of “Coloured Sky” is a young girl of indeterminate age, who we never see. She is imagining what it is like to be an adult woman, a glamorized “film” version of her future. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.12.16 Mon, by

Responsive Institution | Liu Xinyi

Political Games and the Politics of Play - on “Responsive Institution >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2019.05.17 Fri, by

Yang Yongliang
‘Eternal Landscape’
HdM Gallery, London

HdM GALLERY London presents Eternal Landscape a solo show by leading Chinese, multimedia artist Yang Yongliang. It will be his first major collaboration with HdM GALLERY and his first solo exhibition in London. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2018.03.21 Wed, by
Artist profiles, 2018.03.06 Tue, by

‘Transmission’ group show
Galerie Huit, Hong Kong

Galerie Huit is delighted to announce the group exhibition ‘Transmission’, featuring signature works by Gordon Cheung, Troika, James Clar, Doreen Chan and Alejandro Guijarro. Transmission relates to the act of transference, its reception, to process, most commonly, a real time message. The exhibition will bring together a selection of artworks presenting a disruption of the visual narrative through a technological reworking of the familiar […] >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2016.09.10 Sat, by

A Nomadic Life – Francesco Clemente in China

Springs Center of Art is pleased to present the solo exhibition of internationally renowned contemporary artist Francesco Clemente, “A Nomadic life – Francesco Clemente in China”. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2016.04.22 Fri, by

David Diao: Home Turf

No matter how transient or imagined these ‘houses’ may be, they are, without doubt, residues of his ‘shelters’ in an on-going itinerary. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2015.09.29 Tue, by

Julian Schnabel
Jack Climbed Up the Beanstalk to the Sky of Illimitableness Where Everything Went Backwards

After two years of important and impressive shows, this exhibition at Almine Rech is telling us that now has become Julian Schnabel’s time. >> Read more

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