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Interviews, 2017.01.27 Fri, by

The Urinal in the Art World
—Interview with Stefan Simchowitz

Simchowitz's controversial business model, obstinate personality, omnipresence on social media, and big mouth have consistently earned him a spot at the center of heated and polarized debates about his policy of aggressively stockpiling emerging artists' work so as to compete with galleries and dealers for their market share. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.01.08 Fri, by

FAURSCHOU FOUNDATION COPENHAGEN AI WEIWEI

Faurschou Foundation is happy to announce that the exhibition ‘Ai Weiwei: Ruptures’ in Copenhagen will be prolonged until April 15, 2016. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.07.06 Sun, by

Where Jianghu Began: the Demimonde of Art in China

Some things have disappeared or changed, but some things can only exist within "jianghu", this wandering world of artists and misfits... >> Read more
思考, 2014.06.20 Fri, by

The Artist is Absent

Ai is not speaking to the critics and academics. “Evidence” is for the masses.
 
 
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Art World, 2014.04.21 Mon, by

Shanzhai in Shanghai: Weng Zhijuan’s 2 Yuan Gallery

Ever wanted to own a Zhou Chunya or an Ai Weiwei? Well now major collector status is close within your reach—all for less than 50 RMB.
 
 
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访谈, 2013.01.15 Tue, by

I am the World, I Want to Be Forgotten: Interview with Ai Weiwei

Randian Editor Iona Whittaker in conversation with Ai Weiwei — Chinese artist, writer, filmmaker and commentator — at his Beijing studio. The year 2012 marked his release from house arrest and the film "Never Sorry".... >> Read more
Think, 2012.05.02 Wed, by

Manners of Smallness

Temu reflects on the scale of ideas and the smallness of meaning. In this season of rebirth, instead of rushing to "predict" formulaically the trends in this year’s contemporary art, perhaps it is more worthwhile to think of what was thoughtful and meaningful in the past year. >> Read more
Think, 2012.02.21 Tue, by

Dead Rabbit Awards

There was one clear choice. Liu Wei's complex conceptual jungle "Trilogy" at the Minsheng Art Museum, blended painting, sculpture and electronics, the museal space itself to meditate on modernism, China, Beijing, the road to his studio and his own practice. >> Read more
Think, 2010.12.25 Sat, by

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