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2013.05.09 Thu, by

Writings Without Borders

Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong is pleased to announce that renowned international curator Hervé Mikaeloff has organized a dynamic group show featuring a selection of Eastern and Western contemporary artists exploring notions of language. >> Read more
2018.04.08 Sun, by

Starting from the Desert. Ecologies on the Edge
Second Yinchuan Biennale

Entitled Starting from the Desert. Ecologies on the Edge, the Second Yinchuan Biennale will open on June 9, 2018, at the MOCA Yinchuan. Under the artistic direction of Marco Scotini, the Yinchuan Biennale is pleased to announce the curatorial team composed of Andris Brinkmanis, Paolo Caffoni, Zasha Colah, and Lu Xinghua. >> Read more
Think, 2016.12.08 Thu, by

Wet Ontology: Thoughts on Ocean Space

The ocean space borrows its designation as a non-space from the fact that it is by law a no-man’s-land: the sea belongs to everyone and to no one. >> Read more
Think, 2014.10.09 Thu, by

Pale Fire: Revising Boundaries

How do we form judgments about art? Obviously this is a difficult question on which to reach a consensus. If we are to judge whether a work of art is part of what is commonly regarded the canon of art history, we cannot ignore a very important group of participants who play an integral role in the constitution of art history – collectors. >> Read more
Think, 2014.04.07 Mon, by


Galleria Continua Beijing is honored to announce, for the first time in China, the show of Etel Adnan one of the most complex cultural figures of contemporary culture. >> Read more
Art World, 2013.11.22 Fri, by

The “Contemporary” of an Ancient Capital: Report from OCAT Xi’an

The opening exhibition of displays none of the experimentation found in the shows at its Shenzhen headquarters, nor any traces of the rash and rushed attempts to “manifest regional culture” evident in the city’s numerous “modern-traditional” architectural hybrids... >> Read more
Art World, 2013.09.06 Fri, by

The Traces on the Wall

After being scoured by the waves of humid, hot air and the routine rush of exiled office workers outside the Pedder Building, one finds the rainbow-hued print by Barbara Kruger printed with “When was the last time you laughed?” timely. With a resistance against falling into a chicken-soup-for-the-soul reflection moment... >> Read more
Art World, 2010.11.30 Tue, by

“Great Performances” at Pace Beijing

Despite the extraordinary range of works presented, "Great Performances" feels like an opportunity missed. >> Read more