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Think, 2014.08.18 Mon, by

Curating Lab: When Does an Exhibition Begin and End?

Echoing the internet’s tendency to confuse or otherwise shatter once simple boundaries, Curating Lab’s recent symposium “When Does an Exhibition Begin and End?” discussed, naturally, a move away from exhibitions as discrete, well-defined, singular units.... >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.03.06 Wed, by

The eye, the hand and the heart.
An interview with Maggi Hambling

This Spring, Hambling will exhibit for the first time in China, at the Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum in Beijing. Ran Dian met the artist at her London home to discuss the show. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.05.12 Sat, by

Larger than Life—AA Bronson and Alvin Li in Conversation

Perhaps no one in the western art world today has more to say about a whole host of topics, from independent publishing, to queer history, to dealing with loss and hope, than AA Bronson. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.04.26 Thu, by

Wang Dongling: Poetry and Painting

During the week that Wang Dongling was in New York for the opening of the exhibition Wang Dongling: Poetry and Painting at Chambers Fine Art on February 28, 2018 he gave three public demonstrations of calligraphy that for those lucky enough to witness them revealed why calligraphy has long been revered above all other forms of visual art in China. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.03.15 Thu, by

“Detour” Attempts a Détournement of Exhibition Making

Why walk in areas adjacent to the museum? Why couple the acts of walking with exhibition viewing? Even if the practice of the institution is intimately connected to the local environment, this doesn't necessarily mean that bundling the acts of walking, discussion and exhibition viewing together is a comprehensive response to this issue. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.03.14 Wed, by

Grand Kanaal — interview with Axel & Boris Vervoordt

Axel Vervoordt is one of the most influential interior designers of his generation but he started his career as a collector and art dealer. In recent years, Axel has returned to this with his son Boris, who leads the gallery in Antwerp and Hong Kong, as well the company’s architecture and design business. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2018.03.11 Sun, by

Secundino Hernández
“All is too much”
at CAC Malaga

As Groys notes in the opening passage of his essay, “On the New”, “We experience art history first of all as represented in our museums.” One might add, to be glib with Marx—and why not? —, secondly as farce. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2018.02.02 Fri, by

Ten Tones: Inside and Outside the Major-Minor

Led by independent curator Biljana Ciric, throngs of spectators enter this vacant villa owned by the Ming Yuan group, its spaces wafting with the scent of ancient tombs. This site-specific performance art project is affiliated with “Proposals to Surrender,” the group exhibition Ciric curated last year. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.02.02 Fri, by

Katharina Grosse and the ghost-eating-mud at K11 Foundation, Shanghai

Katharina Grosse is one of the leading artists working in the area of Expanded Painting, a field, in every sense, that encompasses extremely divergent practices, yet which always share an interest in the physical fundamentals of painting and paint – hue, light, material, surface, production – to explore directly the nature of painting itself and the ways people experience it. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.02.02 Fri, by

How the Sages Came to Shanghai: Joseph Beuys and Nam June Paik

Two of the art movement’s most important advocates can now be experienced—“seen” would not be the appropriate term—at the How Art Museum in Shanghai. >> Read more

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