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Interviews, 2014.10.29 Wed, by

Jia in Conversation with Paul Gladston

Jia 嘉 is an artist who lives and works in Berlin. She was born in Beijing where she studied architecture, performance and literature. Jia reflects on her development as an artist, the problems of translating artistic practice between differing social and cultural contexts and the intended critical significance of her work... >> Read more
Interviews, 2011.02.14 Mon, by

Guo Zhen In Conversation with Paul Gladston

A personal account of the changes and conflicts that took place within the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts following Deng Xiaoping's reforms of 1978. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.03.05 Sat, by

Conversations and Salon: Art Basel’s talks program returns to Hong Kong

Art Basel’s Conversations and Salon program returns to Hong Kong with a wide range of panels featuring prominent figures within the international art world, from leading artists, gallerists and collectors >> Read more
Think, 2015.06.04 Thu, by

AAC:National Fine Arts Exhibition of Contemporary Art

The Award for Art in China (AAC) is the most lavish award in the world of contemporary art in China. Much can be read from the selection for these prizes every year year. >> Read more
Think, 2015.05.29 Fri, by

The 9th Award of Art China (AAC)—the Most Influential of the Year

On May 28, 2015, the award ceremony for “9th Award of Art China—the Most Influential People of the Year” took place in the Great Hall of the Establishment of Virtue [Jianfu Gong] in the Forbidden City in Beijing. >> Read more
Think, 2014.06.27 Fri, by

The (Continuing) Story of Ai—From Tragedy to Farce

In recent weeks Ai Weiwei has become embroiled, yet again, in apparent controversy. Paul Gladston comments.
 
 
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Think, 2013.10.28 Mon, by

Li Songsong: We Have Betrayed the Revolution

Li’s paintings are the sum of numerous apparent contradictions: between materiality and flatness; the painterly and the sculptural; abstractness and narrative; the actual and the virtual; aestheticization and anti-auratic dislocation; vaulting ambition and bodily limitation. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.06.18 Tue, by

Endless Circuit: Disjointed Notes towards an Essay on the Work of the Artist Yu Youhan

Paul Gladston charts the trajectory of Yu Youhan’s practice from his literati inspired abstract works, to his political pop paintings to his fusion inspired landscapes — revealing new meanings behind his worth through in-depth interviews with the artist. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2012.11.05 Mon, by

From the (Ridiculously) Sublime to the (Sublimely) Ridiculous

Paul Gladston and Ge Si Di in conversation about the Shanghai Biennale, Geng Jianyi at Minsheng Museum, and Jacques Derrida's "Glas". >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2012.02.21 Tue, by

“What the Fuck is Birdhead When It’s At Home?!!!”

Paul Gladston speaks with critic Ge Sin Di about the photographic duo "Birdhead," who they are, their politics, and their latest work. >> Read more

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