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2017.11.01 Wed, by

Haegue Yang: “Quasi-ESP”
Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris

Galerie Chantal Crousel is pleased to present Haegue Yang’s third solo exhibition, "Quasi-ESP", after "Ajar" (2012, La Douane) and "Ovals and Circles" (2013). >> Read more
2017.10.13 Fri, by

Big Pictures

Art has no equivalent of the Skyscraper Index, the notion that record-breaking towers tend to be built, hubristically, just prior to an economic crisis. The top end of the art world seems to ignore crises altogether (at least the part that doesn’t invest in tall buildings). Inflationary tendencies are observable in the art world, though, in uppity auction prices, the spread of private museums and art storage facilities and, seemingly, in art itself, no doubt partly to fill all the cavernous museums being built. >> Read more
2016.07.25 Mon, by

Shanghai Project ‘Envision 2116’ Kicks Off

Shanghai Project, and its theme of Envision 2116, considers mankind’s future – 100 years from now. >> Read more
2016.05.31 Tue, by


Esther Schipper is pleased to present Ryan Gander’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, "The Connectivity Suite (and other places)" >> Read more
2015.05.24 Sun, by

Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev appointed Director of GAM Torino and Castello di Rivoli

Christov-Bakargiev succeeds Danilo Eccher and Beatrice Merz, who acted as Directors of GAM (from 2009 to 2014) and Castello di Rivoli (from 2010 to 2014), respectively... >> Read more
2015.04.04 Sat, by

Roman Ondák: Storyboard

Storyboard is the first solo exhibition of the Slovak artist Roman Ondák in the greater China region, and the largest survey of this artist to be held in an Asian non-profit institution. >> Read more
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
2013.09.13 Fri, by

My Back, My Wheel and My Will

White Cube is pleased to present two exhibitions by American artist and social activist Theaster Gates which will run concurrently at the White Cube Hong Kong and White Cube São Paulo galleries. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.03.14 Thu, by

The Afterlife of Images: Yan Lei and Zhou Tiehai

Perhaps the most misunderstood work at dOCUMENTA (13) was Yan Lei’s “Limited Art Project,” the reaction founded on preconceptions and prejudices about Chinese art – particularly painting – lazily assuming it merely riffs on Western clichés, that it is derivative and repetitive. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.03.06 Wed, by

My Dear, You Shouldn’t Believe in Fairytales

My Dear, You Shouldn’t Believe in Fairytales takes the construction of fairytales as a metaphor for the legitimization of narratives as a point of departure... >> Read more

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