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2018.10.09 Tue, by

China Art Market—Storm Warning!

The Stockmarket is wobbly, China growth is slowing, Beijing's regulatory regime is tightening, there is a lot of hidden bad debt (who knows how much in State Owned Enterprises), there is a property bubble and a trade war with the United States. >> Read more
2016.05.02 Mon, by

JOHN YOUNG “Storm Resurrection”
Pearl Lam Galleries

Shanghai—Pearl Lam Galleries is pleased to present Storm Resurrection, >> Read more
2013.09.05 Thu, by

The “Calm” Before the Storm

A low, flat jumble of dusty wreckage.sits one meter or so above the surrounding downtown sidewalk, but its sides descend to an oddly contrasting edge, a trim rectangle fifteen by eight meters. MadeIN Company’s “Calm” is public art at its best—big and familiar, yet challenging, subtle and brash. Love it or hate it, it provokes a response from everyone. >> Read more
2021.02.18 Thu, by

Thinh Nguyen’s American Road

by Thinh Nguyen Publication was made possible with the support of the Nguyen Art Foundation In Ran Dian’s continuing series on going on a walk, we join artist Thinh Nguyen on his current journey across America from Los Angeles to New York, though it involves more driving than walking. We will follow Thinh as he […] >> Read more
访谈, 2020.12.16 Wed, by

Ashley Bickerton
Seascapes At The End Of History

Born in Barbados in 1959, Ashley Bickerton had a peripatetic childhood across four continents, from Guyana to Ghana, on to the Balearic Islands and England, then finally Hawaii. His upbringing followed the career of his Anglo-American father, the eminent linguist Derek Bickerton, who researched creole languages and theorised on the formation of human language. >> Read more
访谈, 2020.11.03 Tue, by

Werner Büttner and the Invention of BAD Painting

Werner Büttner, Wild Painter in Germany who changed the 1980s. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.06.16 Tue, by

Simon Mordant
Contemporary Collector, Modern Philanthropist

Simon Mordant is one of Australia’s most prolific art collectors and philanthropists. As chair of Australia’s Museum of Contemporary Art and as Australia’s past Venice Biennale Pavilion Commissioner, Mordant has been one of the major forces driving modernization of Australia’s visual arts scene. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.05.07 Thu, by

Claire Kerr –
On Going for Walks and Taking Photographs

William and Dorothy Wordsworth moved to Alfoxden in Somerset in 1797 to be near Coleridge, then living at Nether Stowey. When the three of them took to going for walks in the surrounding country (sometimes, God forbid, at nightfall to see the stars), the locals were suspicious. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2019.08.06 Tue, by

Ching Chin Wai
Liquefied Sunshine I South Ho Siu Nam: Force Majeure
Blindspot Gallery

‟Liquefied Sunshine | Force Majeure” is a dual solo exhibition by Hong Kong artists, >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2019.06.26 Wed, by

Pang Tao
Revelation
Pearl Lam Galleries Hong Kong

Pearl Lam Galleries is pleased to present Revelation, >> Read more

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