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2019.04.18 Thu, by

Book Review: Why Only Art Can Save Us: Aesthetics and the Absence of Emergency by Santiago Zabala

Thus, Why Only Art Can Saves Us, is a philosophical, political, and existential reflection on the appeal and aesthetic qualities of art in the 21st century. >> Read more
2018.10.09 Tue, by

China Art Market—Storm Warning!

The Stockmarket is wobbly, China growth is slowing, Beijing's regulatory regime is tightening, there is a lot of hidden bad debt (who knows how much in State Owned Enterprises), there is a property bubble and a trade war with the United States. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.06.07 Thu, by

A Cubist Portrait of Shi Yong: Artist, Art Worker and Art Collector

(中文) 作为一名多媒体艺术家,施勇(1963年生于上海)的创作涉及行为艺术、装置、影像和雕刻,其不拘一格,风格迥异的作品背后往往体现了其对文化、经济,以及艺术界的深刻剖析。 >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.04.26 Thu, by

Vivien Zhang: Uzumaki
House of Egorn, Berlin

Uzumaki is the name of a Japanese manga published from 1998 to 1999. Its author Junji Ito used the shape of a spiral as a form of horror. Spirals are generally regarded positively in Japanese society, so the challenge of Uzumaki was to take the mysterious pattern as larger than humanity’s capability for understanding and twist it into a terrible force. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.05.26 Fri, by

VIVA ARTICLE VIVA

A prejudice I wasn’t able to overcome: I find the title of the Biennale unbearable. It literally translates as “Go Art Go” (okay, also “Long Live Art”, but still). >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.01.12 Tue, by

Southeast Asia Forum Talks Programme at Art Stage Singapore 2016

In its 2016 edition, Art Stage Singapore will introduce the Southeast Asia Forum, which aims to emphasise the balance between art, commerce and content. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.03.21 Fri, by

The Committed Artist: Han Sai Por

Han Sai Por is a Singaporean artist born in 1943. Having studied abroad, she returned to Singapore in 1983, and has since become an internationally-acclaimed artist—particularly for her stone sculptures based on natural forms.
 
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Think, 2014.01.30 Thu, by

Reining in Ink Art: Revivalism in the Year of the Serpent

Much as the Beijing winter has been very mild this year, overall, the art of the past year has also felt rather milder and more sentimental from previous years. Let us then explore the production and exhibition of this “old” contemporary art in the contemporary Chinese art world. >> Read more
Think, 2010.12.15 Wed, by

Why Care about the Shanghai Biennale?

How a Shanghai institution helped legalize avant-garde art practice. >> Read more
Think, 2018.03.31 Sat, by

LI MING
1703
Antenna Space, Shanghai

Any set of random numbers that are deprived of their contexts are imbued with meanings. >> Read more

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