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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
2021.02.18 Thu, by

Will Thurman ‘Life Paintings, Volume 1: 2015-2020’
Galerie Quynh, Ho Chi Minh City

by Quyen Hoang Will Thurman ‘Life Paintings, Volume 1: 2015-2020’ Galerie Quỳnh (118 Đường Nguyễn Văn Thủ, Đa Kao, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City) Oct. 20­ – Dec.12, 2020 In this fervent age of over-exposure on social media, mystery is a rare commodity. Will Thurman’s solo exhibition presents an intriguing scenario by requesting its visitors to leave their phones […] >> Read more
2020.10.30 Fri, by

Thao Nguyen Phan’s Becoming Alluvium at Chisenhale Gallery, London

by Alice Gee Thao Nguyen Phan ‘Becoming Alluvium’ Chisenhale Gallery (64 Chisenhale Rd, Bow, London E3 5QZ) Sept. 26, 2020 – Dec. 6, 2020 Thao Nguyen Phan’s Becoming Alluvium, comprising a single-channel video and a series of lacquer and silk paintings, arrives at the Chisenhale Gallery in London after exhibitions in Brussels and Barcelona. In these […] >> Read more
2020.10.28 Wed, by

Yeoh Choo Kuan: “Today’s Special”, Richard Koh Fine Art

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) is pleased to announce Malaysian artist, Yeoh Choo Kuan’s (b. 1988) first solo exhibition in Singapore. >> Read more
访谈, 2020.09.24 Thu, by

Han Feng interview
surface and erasure

In 2019 Han Feng moved with his family from Shanghai to Berlin. After establishing his new studio, he began working on a new series of paintings in which the support – the ‘stretcher’ – comprises an object, usually a household item Han Feng found in a junkshop in the city >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.09.23 Wed, by

The Maschkera
A story inspired by Han Feng’s new work

Jumping and whooping, men swept by in costumes covered in fabric petals, their bodies thawed into fluttering colors. It took Andy a moment to realize that their swollen, red features and black, hollowed eyes belonged to wooden masks. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.06.20 Sat, by

Participation Mystique

Today, our reservoir of desire is not simply the unconscious mind. “Participation Mystique” situates itself within this reconfiguration of desire. In this immense mirage of their making, the artists use various sensory perceptions to tease out our desire, allowing us to be in touch with the pain and excitement of loss, accident, damage and violence, thereby recognizing the profound spiritual ties between us and the world. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2019.09.25 Wed, by

Paulina Olowska
Destroyed Woman
Simon LeeGallery, London

Paulina Olowska’s exhibition at Simon Lee Gallery, London, >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2019.04.18 Thu, by

Book Review: Why Only Art Can Save Us: Aesthetics and the Absence of Emergency by Santiago Zabala

Thus, Why Only Art Can Saves Us, is a philosophical, political, and existential reflection on the appeal and aesthetic qualities of art in the 21st century. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2018.06.23 Sat, by

Robert Indiana: ONE through ZERO
Paul Kasmin Gallery
297 Tenth Ave, New York

Paul Kasmin Gallery presents an exhibition in remembrance of Robert Indiana, whose death in May 2018 marked the end of a seven-decade-long career. In response to the news, Paul Kasmin said: “Robert Indiana will remain alive through the great legacy he has left behind. He was unlike any other person I have ever met. A genius.” >> Read more

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