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2018.03.20 Tue, by

Migratory Practice

Writing from Paris in 1991 under the pseudonym “No Beard Fei,” Fei Dawei penned a letter to fellow art critic and curator “Scraggly Beard Grandpa,” the pen name of Li Xianting in Beijing. Fei’s letter was a response to Li’s concern that “if art leaves its cultural motherland, it necessarily withers.” >> Read more
2018.03.14 Wed, by

RENATO NICOLODI
‘Ibant Obscuri’
Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Hong Kong

Axel Vervoordt Gallery is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in Hong Kong by the Belgian artist Renato Nicolodi (Brussels, b. 1980). >> Read more
2018.03.07 Wed, by

Chronus Art Center
Jim Campbell & ZHANG Peili
The Flickering Uncertain

Chronus Art Center is pleased to present Jim Campbell & ZHANG Peili: The Flickering Uncertain, >> Read more
2018.01.03 Wed, by

Zhan Chong: Moulds
Gallery Yang

The motive of this exhibition is my effort to imagine “the shapes of concepts of particles”. It was partly inspired by Ted Chiang’s novel 72 Letters. I was fascinated by the first pages of the novel, which describes a scene in which ideas are given to a clay mould by different combinations of letters on […] >> Read more
2017.10.30 Mon, by

CAO YU
I Have an Hourglass Waist
Galerie Urs Meile Beijing 798

Galerie Urs Meile Beijing is honored to announce the first solo exhibition of Cao Yu (* 1988 in Liaoning, China). >> Read more
2017.10.13 Fri, by

Big Pictures

Art has no equivalent of the Skyscraper Index, the notion that record-breaking towers tend to be built, hubristically, just prior to an economic crisis. The top end of the art world seems to ignore crises altogether (at least the part that doesn’t invest in tall buildings). Inflationary tendencies are observable in the art world, though, in uppity auction prices, the spread of private museums and art storage facilities and, seemingly, in art itself, no doubt partly to fill all the cavernous museums being built. >> Read more
2017.07.07 Fri, by

Shanghai Hit List

Patty Chang, Feng Chen, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Shanghai Seeds… >> Read more
2017.06.01 Thu, by

YANG JIECHANG
Earth Roots. Paintings 1985-1999
INK Studio, Beijing

INK Studio, the critically-acclaimed Beijing art gallery, is proud to present Earth Roots, the first systematic survey of internationally renowned artist Yang Jiechang’s One Hundred Layers of Ink series. A stunning statement in its inception in 1989, the series has been extremely influential on the development of contemporary Chinese art, anticipating now-commonplace strategies like repetition, […] >> Read more
Think, 2017.03.30 Thu, by

No Return: Matthew Barney’s River of Fundament

"River of Fundament", an operatic, five-hour-long film created by Matthew Barney in 2014, was presented in Asia for the first time last September; it is known in translation as Chongsheng zhi He— literally “River of Rebirth­ ­—which is believed to be the film's subject. >> Read more
Think, 2017.02.28 Tue, by

Beijing Round Up—December 2016

(中文) 北京十二月展览精选 >> Read more

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