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2018.02.06 Tue, by

Richard Koh Fine Art

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) is delighted to present a feature by African artists Joël Andrianomearisoa & Abdoulaye Konaté. The two-man exhibition will run from 2 – 28 February at Richard Koh Fine Art, 229, Jalan Maarof, Bukit Bandaraya, Bangsar 59100, Kuala Lumpur. This exhibition will feature 10 textile artworks and is the first dedicated […] >> Read more
2017.12.18 Mon, by

Between Heaven and Man: Cai Zhisong 2017 Solo Exhibition
Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum

On November 26th, 2017, Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum hosted the grand opening of Between Heaven and Man: CAI Zhisong 2017 Solo Exhibition. >> Read more
2016.01.28 Thu, by

Yun Hyong-Keun – Passage of Time

Axel Vervoordt Gallery Antwerp is pleased to present its solo exhibition of Yun Hyong-Keun (Miwon, 1928 – Seoul, 2007), who was a member of the Korean art movement Dansaekhwa. >> Read more
2015.04.30 Thu, by

Begging to Differ: Two Critics on Wang Jianwei’s “Time Temple”

It can happen that exhibition reviews are worth reading not only in relation to the show in question, but also—or more so—when pitted against each other. >> Read more
2014.12.16 Tue, by

Eugene Lemay – Faded Memories

Contemporary by Angela Li is proud to present Eugene Lemay’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong – Faded Memories – a series of large scaled landscape artworks. The idea of dark, abstract landscape originated from Lemay’s night navigating experience near his mother’s hometown. >> Read more
2014.12.01 Mon, by

Winners announced for the 1st IAAC Art Criticism Awards

The winners of the 1st edition of the International Awards for Art Criticism (IAAC) were announced on November 24 at the newly opened Shanghai Minsheng 21C Museum.  
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2014.09.03 Wed, by

Minsheng and AICA Announce IAAC

AICA (the International Association of Art Critics) and Shanghai Minsheng Museum have announced a new annual prize.
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2013.10.10 Thu, by

Glance: Softness Visible

“Darkness Visible” asked some sizeable questions around the already-prodigious theme of “darkness.” These dark visions were those of five Chinese and five American artists, co-curated by NAMOC curator Zhang Qing and New York-based Art in America editor Richard Vine. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2012.12.07 Fri, by

Ashes to Ashes:
Ground Control to Major Zhang

Chris Moore surveys Zhang Huan's art since the artist returned to China, with particular focus on the Ash Paintings exhibited at White Cube in London this summer, along with his major installations.... >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.12.16 Wed, by

Article: ‘Xu Zhen: Eternity Vs. Evolution’ at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

Exhibitions of Chinese art outside China tend to confirm certain assumptions about the country's history, culture, politics, and people. At first, ‘XU ZHEN®: Eternity Vs Evolution’ at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA), Canberra, seems no exception to this rule, promising viewers a proven combination of two enduring preconceptions about China’s past and present. >> Read more

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