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2017.05.31 Wed, by

r:ead #5 (2017) – Residency ・East-Asia・ Dialogue on “Myth ・History・Identity”

The current exchange project will make use of related materials to trigger artistic dialogues and inspire creative ideas. Besides bringing participating art practitioners to different historical sites in Hong Kong, the project also involves public talks, sharing sessions and a Documentation & Response Exhibition in order to engage the public in this creative journey about myths. >> Read more
2016.11.16 Wed, by

Foreign Bodies: Human Identity in a Posthuman World

From the very first moment that a “cave man” picked up a piece of flint to carve and cut meat 3.6 million years ago humans have become reliant on a growing number of tools >> Read more
2016.01.14 Thu, by

Chen Xi solo exhibition – Fabrics of Identity – SinArts Gallery

Tomorrow, SinArts will open its doors for the very first exhibition in Brussels. >> Read more
2014.06.24 Tue, by

The new cultural identity – Chinese contemporary art exhibition

On June 11th 2014 at 5:30 pm, “The New Cultural Identity”, Chinese contemporary art exhibition will open at Sydney’s Chinese Cultural Center. >> Read more
2014.01.07 Tue, by

No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia — A Re-Hash of Identity Politics

Broad beyond belief, in cultural terms, in comparison with the millennia-spanning survey “China: 5,000 Years” or the more standard national survey shows still favored by mid-sized institutions today, the exhibition's remit is both ambitious and impossible. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.06.17 Wed, by

Liu Xi’s Paradox

Echoes of the transgressive works of the early 2000s resound in the ceramics practice of Liu Xi (b.1986, Zibo, Shandong). Liu’s frank exploration of gender and sexuality is courageous. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.05.29 Fri, by

Lê Lan Anh (1993–2020)

Lê Lan Anh, also known as Lananh Le, one of the most vivid young artists in the Ho Chi Minh City art scene, died on April 19. She had been suffering from depression and it seems this was exacerbated by the social restrictions introduced to control the pandemic. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.05.09 Sat, by

Wu Chi-Tsung Opens a New Studio in Saigon, Vietnam

Recently, Wu Chi-Tsung has set up a new studio in collaboration with Vietnamese artist Cam Xanh in Saigon, Vietnam as a significant step of his internationally-minded exploration. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.03.16 Mon, by

Lu Yang Devil Kaiju Kills Painting !
(Marilyn Manson says hi)

Lu Yang’s ‘debut’ and Chen Tianzhou’s ‘Backstage Boys’ at BANK stimulate the senses to the point of overload. The gallery is a kitsch carnival where, for instance, the rock star Marilyn Manson is depicted as an ‘enchanting, vicious snake demon’ who resists the fiery attack launched by the Cabalesh Brothers >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.03.16 Mon, by

Chen Tianzhou ‘Backstage Boys’ at BANK Shanghai

Chen Tianzhou, best known for his performance works, has dubbed himself a ‘backstage boy’ – one who spectates his art separately from the audience and ‘disappears into his own work’. >> Read more

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