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2014.05.12 Mon, by

Art Basel Hong Kong 2014 preview

At the fair itself, over 245 galleries will be participating—a mix of international blue-chip galleries, top Asian and mainland Chinese galleries, as well as local galleries (We will be writing more when the fair opens).
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2014.03.31 Mon, by

Osage Resurfaces

On March 14, Osage reopened with a new space on Caoxi Lu located, surprisingly, in a faux-neoclassical mixed-use compound along a dusty elevated highway. Inside, the space is surprisingly crisp—keeping up to white cube standards... >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.03.03 Mon, by

Focus China: Interview with Philip Tinari

This year, the spotlight of the Armory Focus will fall on China, with Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing (UCCA, Beijing) Director, Philip Tinari curating the exhibition program.Randian interviewed him just prior to The Armory Show’s launch. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.09.03 Tue, by

Wen Jing-Li Shurui & Chen Jie Duo Exhibition

AIKE-DELLARCO is pleased to announce the upcoming duo exhibition featuring Li Shurui and Chen Jie, opening September 6th and on view until October 6th. The word "Wen Jing" comes from Chuang-tzu's famous tale "Wang Liang Wen Jing", which means the inseparable relationship between light and shadow. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.06.06 Thu, by

The Informer – Art Basel & Hong Kong art week

Following the week that was the first edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong, we have much to look back on — though perhaps not as much as we expected. Certainly, the Basel Effect manifested itself in a number of ways. One could detect it in relative absence of kitsch and tat amongst the booths... >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.05.21 Tue, by

Art Basel Hong Kong 2013

An introductory word on Art Basel Hong Kong 2013, with a run-down of select booths to look out for at the fair.
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Interviews, 2013.01.10 Thu, by

Love in a Golden Bowl: Zhang Lehua Solo Exhibition

Art+ Shanghai Gallery begins the 2013 year of programming with a much-anticipated solo exhibition from Shanghai-based artist Zhang Lehua. Love in a Golden Bowl explores how meaning is communicated and lost through a process of reading art. >> Read more

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