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2018.06.05 Tue, by

Call for submissions: Fifth International Awards for Art Criticism (IAAC 5)

The International Awards for Art Criticism Ltd. (IAAC) launches the fifth edition of their Awards this month (IAAC 5) and will announce their new competition rules, awards system and members of its international jury at a press conference to be held at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum on May 21, 2018. >> Read more
2016.10.24 Mon, by

Talk | The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Grants Presentation | Chen Shuxia and Lu Mingjun

Presentations by Chen Shuxia, The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Curatorial Residency Programme 2014 Grantee; and Lu Mingjun, The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Research Grant 2015 Grantee. >> Read more
2015.09.30 Wed, by

The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China ResearchGrant 2015 grantee: Lu Mingjun

The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Research Grant offers the grantee a one-year fellowship to conduct research on contemporary art from China, >> Read more
2013.09.12 Thu, by

Warmth is a Subjective Attitude

Yin Xiuzhen’s work lacks clear-cut sense of belonging to any time period or style. Her works are flexible, vague and ambiguous. In Yin Xiuzhen’s work, the warmth obtained from the layers of scarves is unbearable, and that which appears ethereal and hazy hides the greatest danger. >> Read more
2012.11.30 Fri, by

The Other 80s of Wang Guangyi

Beijing Editors Iona Whittaker and Liang Shuhan examine the value, in hindsight, of Wang Guangyi's activities and first paintings in the 80s, at the juncture of art, politics, and philosophy.

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History & Theory, 2010.09.09 Thu, by

The Double Way

Since the late 1980s, contemporary Chinese art has gained an increasingly high profile within the international art world. This profile has accrued for four substantive reasons: first, because of the sometimes highly innovative way in which producers of contemporary Chinese art have sought to combine/hybridize attitudes, >> Read more
History & Theory, 2019.06.20 Thu, by

Ivan Messac | Menthe and Caramel

HdM GALLERY is pleased to present ‘Menthe and Caramel’, the new solo show by French sculptor and painter Ivan Messac, and curated by Lu Mingjun. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2018.06.19 Tue, by

Art Basel Unreport—Beautiful But Boring?

“Always the same thing. How boring! Pedants definitely!” said Oblomov, yawning. Basel is still the best art fair in the world. You knew that already. It runs as smoothly as Swiss Rail. No air-conditioning problems here! Yet there is a growing sense Art Basel is getting predictable. At first, I thought it was just me, […] >> Read more
History & Theory, 2018.03.09 Fri, by

Reality, Poetry, Hierarchy, and Then…?

Chen Chieh-jen’s new exhibition “A Field of Non-field” is a show that demonstrates refinement, not only in its sleek, grey visual effects, but also in the artist’s work combing through and neatly displaying the contextual relationships that exist between every single element in the exhibition—and on top of this, all of it done to the tune of his concise aesthetic temperament: solemn, neutral, calm. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2017.11.13 Mon, by

CCAA Announces the Outcome and the Tenth Anniversary Special Prize of the 2017 CCAA Chinese Contemporary Art Critic Award

CCAA Announces the Outcome and the Tenth Anniversary Special Prize of the 2017 CCAA Chinese Contemporary Art Critic Award >> Read more

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