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2016.05.17 Tue, by

100 Years of Chinese Art: Opening Exhibition of Long Museum Chongqing

100 Years of Chinese Art (1911-2011), featuring more than one hundred iconic works through 1911 to 2011 from the collection, celebrates the grand opening of Long Museum Chongqing. >> Read more
2014.10.24 Fri, by

Xi Jinping Meets with 72 Chinese Art World Figures

On Oct 15, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and President of China Xi Jinping invited 72 important figures from the “official” Chinese art world to Beijing for a symposium. Many of the participants hold important positions within official Chinese arts and cultural institutions... >> Read more
2014.10.22 Wed, by

Another Chinese Dream: Beijing Design Week 2014

It's always been a bit of a mystery to me, a cultural foreigner myself, as to exactly what we think we're doing here, how we interact with the local community, and what role we play in the system. Beijing Design Week 2014 seemed like a great place to find out. >> Read more
Interviews, 2011.03.16 Wed, by

Answering the Question: What is the Chinese Avant-Garde?

Zhai Zhenming in Conversation with Paul Gladston. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.08.27 Tue, by

The (un)-related Sceneries
Richard Koh Fine Art

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA - SG) is pleased to announce Wong Perng Fey’s (b. 1974) solo exhibition in Singapore. >> 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
Interviews, 2017.04.21 Fri, by

ABHK 2017 UNREPORT

Reports on the art market are suddenly very hip. The art market is still such a tiny little thing compared with other markets, like pork bellies or copper, but a sufficient number of investment bank clients are involved in it to make the analysis worthwhile. The trouble is that most reports are rubbish, with a few exceptions. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.10.05 Wed, by

The China Canon—The Sigg Collection in Bern and Hong Kong

It is a curious historical fact that such a small and distant country as Switzerland has had such a profound impact on the development of art in China, especially at this moment of China’s greatest economic and cultural transformation. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.10.31 Fri, by

Eastern Approaches at the FIAC

Brushing off its tarnished image of old world classicism, FIAC seems to be undergoing a phase of rejuvenation... >> Read more
Think, 2014.06.27 Fri, by

The (Continuing) Story of Ai—From Tragedy to Farce

In recent weeks Ai Weiwei has become embroiled, yet again, in apparent controversy. Paul Gladston comments.
 
 
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