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2014.07.18 Fri, by

Japanese artist On Kawara passed away in New York at the age of 81

David Zwirner Gallery issued a statement on their website announcing the death of famous artist, On Kawara, on July 10th, 2014 in New York. He was 81.
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2014.07.14 Mon, by

Edo Pop: The Graphic Impact of Japanese Prints

STPI is proud to present “Edo Pop: The Graphic Impact of Japanese Prints” for the first time in South East Asia, a specially curated exhibition of over 50 Japanese woodblock prints from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts collection. >> Read more
2014.01.19 Sun, by

Xu Zhen: A Madeln Company Production

UCCA is proud to announce a major mid-career survey of mercurial Chinese artist Xu Zhen (b. 1977, Shanghai), one of the most interesting and promising artists working in China today. >> Read more
2013.11.21 Thu, by

Great Crescent: Art and Agitation in the 1960s—Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan

Para Site is delighted to present Great Crescent: Art and Agitation in the 1960s—Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. A small essay of comparative art history . . . >> Read more
2013.05.06 Mon, by

Glance: Movement Field by Xu Zhen / MadeIn Company

As soon as one enters the gallery, one is confronted by a “garden” composed of an undulating artificial wilderness where footpaths made of white stones wend their way through grassy knolls. Small clusters of vegetation dot the landscape. >> Read more
2013.04.19 Fri, by

From Picasso to Barcel——Spanish Sculpture of the 20th Century

This exhibition shows the development of Spanish sculpture throughout the twentieth century from the aesthetic breakaway of the first avant-garde trends to the present day... >> Read more
2011.10.04 Tue, by

White Cube Hong Kong Tim Marlow of White Cube speaks about the gallery’s expansion

White Cube was launched in 1993 by Jay Jopling with the eponymous “white cube” room in London’s West End, designed by renowned minimalist Claudio Silvestrin. Its groundbreaking curatorial device used the space for a series of unique projects by individual artists. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2021.10.02 Sat, by

Rui Matsunaga and the Myth of Survival
– an interview with Alice Gee

by Alice Gee Rui Matsunaga – The Myth of Survival Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation (13/14 Cornwall Terrace, Regent’s Park, London) September 10–November 26, 2021 Rui Matsunaga, a Japanese artist based in Yamaguchi, is obsessed with the end of the world. Over five years she has examined the ‘apocalypse’ through various perspectives: the works of Dürer, animism, tribal and religious myths, and […] >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2021.06.19 Sat, by

Wind H Art Center Opened A New Exhibition “To Be the Better One —The Method-ology of the New Generation” Presenting A Diverse Dialogue With The New Generation

From June 20th to September 7th, 2021, Wind H Art Center will present the exhibition “To Be the Better One —The Methodology of the New Generation New Work, New Identity, New Life, New Direction”. This exhibition will shed light on the novel artistic phenomena presented by the most representative new generation of artists in the […] >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.12.26 Sat, by

“The Tides of the Century” at the Ocean Flower Island Museum

More than 140 works of diversified cultural backgrounds, made by over 80 artists from 23 countries including Greece, France, South Korea, Cameroon, USA, Japan, Thailand, Venezuela, Singapore, Iran, Italy, India, UK, Vietnam, and China, will be displayed during the exhibition. >> Read more

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