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2016.03.11 Fri, by

“Uncensored Photographs”
Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

As a major figure in the contemporary art scene, Andres Serrano unveils an often disturbing reality through the lens of his camera. >> Read more
2016.03.09 Wed, by

Datong Dazhang: The Way Out for Small-Town Art Youth

As a tall man hailing from Datong in Shanxi province, Zhang Shengquan had, in the customary Chinese manner, the nickname of “Da Zhang” (lit. “Big Zhang”), and thus ended up being known as “Datong Dazhang”. He started making art in the 1980s. >> Read more
Think, 2016.02.05 Fri, by

Ai Weiwei on the Beach

In a state of shock, many asked, “Can he really do this?!” >> Read more
Think, 2015.10.13 Tue, by

Georg Baselitz

Painter, sculptor, printmaker and draughtsman, Georg Baselitz is one of Germany’s most celebrated living artists, with a distinguished career spanning over fifty years. >> Read more
Think, 2015.08.08 Sat, by

New Directions: Tao Hui

Growing up in a small mountain town overlooking the Yangtze river in Sichuan, Tao Hui (b. 1987, Yunyang) was surrounded by verbal transmissions of folklore and tales of bizarre happenings that befell his neighbors and friends. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2015.05.28 Thu, by

Yang Fudong
“The Coloured Sky: New Women II”

The subject of “Coloured Sky” is a young girl of indeterminate age, who we never see. She is imagining what it is like to be an adult woman, a glamorized “film” version of her future. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.08.12 Tue, by

Flowers and Birds: Shen Ling Solo Exhibition

The Hive Centre for Contemporary Art has the greatest honor to announce that Flowers and Birds: Solo Exhibition of Shen Ling will be inaugurated at 4.00 p.m. on the 16th of August, 2014. The exhibition is curated by Dai Zhuoqun, and will run through September 14th. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.03.13 Thu, by

Rodel Tapaya – The Chocolate Ruins

Rodel Tapaya is one of the leading Filipino visual artists of his generation and belongs to the most acclaimed artists in Southeast Asia today. Due to exposure in international exhibitions and success in important regional art contests his works have gained renown and critical endorsement. >> Read more
Think, 2014.01.30 Thu, by

Reining in Ink Art: Revivalism in the Year of the Serpent

Much as the Beijing winter has been very mild this year, overall, the art of the past year has also felt rather milder and more sentimental from previous years. Let us then explore the production and exhibition of this “old” contemporary art in the contemporary Chinese art world. >> Read more
Think, 2014.01.29 Wed, by

Notes on 2013—the Beijing Slant

The passing twelve months have seen the greater Chinese scene piqued by scandal, pressure and anti-climax and sprinkled only lightly, it seemed, with really effective art. 2013 felt like a tense and ambivalent year. >> Read more

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