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2017.11.16 Thu, by

“Luminous Shadows”
INK studio
Beijing

A painted rock bleeds as living flesh across sheets of paper. A quivering line gives form to the nuances of meditative experience. The veiled light of an icon radiates through the near-instantaneous marks by a pilgrim’s hand. The group exhibition Luminous Shadows explores spirituality and transcendence in the sensory engagement with the material world. >> Read more
2017.08.28 Mon, by

Dai Guangyu, Making Traces: The Arts of Participation and Refusal
Ink Studio, Beijing

Opening on September 10, 2017 at Ink Studio, Making Traces: The Arts of Participation and Refusal is the first conceptual retrospective of China’s seminal ink performance artist Dai Guangyu's performance art practice. The exhibition is curated by Maya Kóvskaya, PhD. >> Read more
2017.07.09 Sun, by

Tina Keng Gallery| Moist and Burnt: As Ink Breathes, Yuan Hui-Li Solo Exhibition

Contemporary ink painter Yuan Hui-Li, ideologically inclined by her perception of tradition, history, and context, has long been on the path to innovation. >> Read more
2017.07.06 Thu, by Xu Longsen

Zheng Li: An Artist’s Obsession with the Aesthetics of Brush and Ink

Anyone who knows both me and Zheng Li is aware that we are unabashed admirers of each other’s work. >> Read more
2016.03.20 Sun, by

Ink and the Mind

Opening at INK studio on March 19, 2016, the group exhibition Ink and the Mind explores the myriad connections between ink painting and cognition, emotion, perception, memory, identity, moral judgment, desire, and imagination. >> Read more
2016.01.05 Tue, by Diane Wong

Ink Asia 2015

when artists translate philosophical ideas into visual icons and then claim them as ink art without due reflection, the so-called “Eastern spirit”—embodying Confucian, Taoist, Buddhist ideas and what not—would inevitably become a mere means to an end... >> Read more
2015.10.05 Mon, by

WATER FORMING STONE – Ink Studio

INK studio is pleased to present He Yunchang's solo exhibition Water Forming Stone, which includes a brand-new series of three performances and a selection of his past works. Trained as an oil painter, He Yunchang (b. 1967 in Lianghe, Yunnan) turned towards performance art in the early 1990's and has become one of its most committed and challenging practitioners. >> Read more
2015.07.24 Fri, by Matthew Wong

The Poet, Painter and Novelist—Etel Adnan

The poet, painter and novelist Etel Adnan, who is now in her ninetieth year, has in recent years been celebrated for her intimately scaled yet chromatically complex oil paintings at events such as documenta 13 in 2012 and last year’s Whitney Biennial, along with a steady stream of gallery exhibitions across the globe... >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.05.20 Wed, by Iona Whittaker

“The World Has Became More Difficult to Represent”: an Interview with Yinka Shonibare

An interview with Yinka Shonibare on the occasion of a new solo show in New York at James Cohan, in which the artist looks to new directions.. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.12.11 Thu, by

INKCHRONICITY - Li Hao | C.N.Liew | Qi Yu | Zhong Yueying - Galerie du Monde

Hong Kong, November 25, 2014 – Galerie du Monde is pleased to present Inkchronicity, a curated exhibition of conceptual ink paintings by Li Hao, C.N.Liew, Zhong Yueying and ceramic paintings by Qi Yu. >> Read more

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