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2015.03.26 Thu, by

Danful Yang: Life at Le Petit Cochon Vert

Shanghai—Pearl Lam Design, in collaboration with Art Project CZ, >> Read more
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
访谈, 2014.04.30 Wed, by

The Fiction of Elmgreen & Dragset: Interview

The art of Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset treats the event and experience of exhibitions as their media—including theatrical interaction with the audience. While frequently playful, most of their work has a strong political seam... >> Read more
访谈, 2013.11.15 Fri, by

Making Heads and Tails of Collectors—Art Taipei 2013 Report

Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the Art Taipei 2013 opened its doors to the largest contingent of galleries from Hong Kong and the Mainland ever. Many locals therefore more or less came with the expectation... >> Read more
访谈, 2013.10.29 Tue, by

Art Taipei 2013

Pearl Lam Galleries participates in the 20th edition of ART TAIPEI 2013。 Presenting works by Michael Chow aka Zhou Yinghua ~O-O~, Jenny Holzer, Jim Lambie, Li Huasheng, Jason Martin, Juju Sun, Tsang Kin-Wah, Michael Wilkinson, and Zhu Jinshi >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.03.25 Mon, by

In Grandmother’s House

Writer Luise Guest examines the banal and the beautiful in the work of Gao Rong and Dong Yuan, two Beijing-based women artists who deal with issues of memory and domesticity in their work.
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Interviews, 2012.04.13 Fri, by

Lost in Liu Bolin

On the occasion of Liu Bolin's exhibition "Lost in Fashion" at Eli Klein Fine Art in New York, Randian’s editors argue about Liu, whose photographic set pieces present the artist camouflaged with paint and makeup so that he blends chameleon-like into the background. >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.03.22 Thu, by

Possible Pleasure

Iona Whittaker reviews Pipilotti Rist's recent show "Eyeball Massage" at the Minsheng Museum, questioning how the retrospective presents Rist's work in a more benign fashion. >> Read more