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2018.06.23 Sat, by

Robert Indiana: ONE through ZERO
Paul Kasmin Gallery
297 Tenth Ave, New York

Paul Kasmin Gallery presents an exhibition in remembrance of Robert Indiana, whose death in May 2018 marked the end of a seven-decade-long career. In response to the news, Paul Kasmin said: “Robert Indiana will remain alive through the great legacy he has left behind. He was unlike any other person I have ever met. A genius.” >> Read more
2019.01.08 Tue, by

Channing Hansen
Pattern Recognition
Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong

Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong, is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in Asia by Los Angeles-based artist Channing Hansen. In Pattern Recognition Hansen presents a new series of his signature hand-knitted textile-based works, which bring together craft and computation to explore theories related to the intersection of art, science and technology. >> Read more
2018.12.13 Thu, by

Channing Hansen
Pattern Recognition
Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong

Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong, is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in Asia by Los Angeles-based artist Channing Hansen. In Pattern Recognition Hansen presents a new series of his signature hand-knitted textile-based works, which bring together craft and computation to explore theories related to the intersection of art, science and technology. >> Read more
2018.09.01 Sat, by

Jeremy Everett
Proposal For A Defective Monument
Edouard Malingue Gallery, Shanghai

A slab of marble, a material associated with beauty, opulence, civilisations, tumults down a quarry, >> Read more
2017.11.02 Thu, by

DAN GRAHAM
Greatest Hits
Red Brick Art Museum, Beijing

The Red Brick Art Museum in Beijing has partnered with Lisson Gallery and Greene Naftali to announce Dan Graham’s first solo exhibition in China at the Museum. As one of contemporary art’s most innovative and influential figures, Graham has been at the forefront of many of the most significant developments in art, including conceptual art, […] >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2016.08.18 Thu, by

On the Road: James Benning’s Landscape Cinema

A similar trance-poetics is evident in the films of James Benning, who, as Stein did in literature, achieves a temporalization of space and a spatialization of time. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.07.07 Mon, by

Jeremy Everett: No Exit

Edouard Malingue Gallery is pleased to present ‘No Exit’, a solo exhibition of New York-based American artist Jeremy Everett (b.1979, USA) that presents a lyrical exposé of his work, which neither ever fully created nor complete, is distinct for its perpetually evolving state between beauty and decay. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.09.05 Thu, by

The “Calm” Before the Storm

A low, flat jumble of dusty wreckage.sits one meter or so above the surrounding downtown sidewalk, but its sides descend to an oddly contrasting edge, a trim rectangle fifteen by eight meters. MadeIN Company’s “Calm” is public art at its best—big and familiar, yet challenging, subtle and brash. Love it or hate it, it provokes a response from everyone. >> 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, 2012.10.23 Tue, by

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