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2014.09.11 Thu, by

Photo Shanghai Report: Well-Run, (Too) Well-Attended

September signaled a headlong rush of art fairs in Shanghai. First was Photo Shanghai, a photography fair focused on the Asia-Pacific region and featuring about 40 galleries. With effective promotion, efficient execution and a general high level of professionalism, the fair organizers won over general assent. >> Read more
2014.06.22 Sun, by

Never Give Up Before It’s Too Late-bazaar compatible program #75

The villa is an elegant Modernist architecture which could have been designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. In the drawing room, an inner wall built of solid stones contrasts with a large bay window through which a splendid and languid sunset can be admired. It is one of those long and glorious summer evenings (or is it Spring ?) where time seems to have stopped. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2013.10.31 Thu, by

Kwan Sheung Chi: Too Simple, Sometimes Naïve

More so than whatever a prize like this might mean to the artist, however, is the question of what his success in Shanghai indicates about the Chinese art world at the moment—and, by transference, what role Hong Kong is playing in relation to this system. Whereas artists working in Hong Kong were once fond of saying... >> Read more
Think, 2013.02.07 Thu, by

Refined, All Too Refined: A Trend of 2012

As we might have imagined, the Chinese art scene of 2012 was full of glitz and clamor. This was demonstrated most aggressively through the curation in the first large-scale solo show of the year... >> Read more
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Think, 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
Think, 2020.09.09 Wed, by

Ugo Rondinone: “nuns + monks”

The recent sculptures nuns + monks by Ugo Rondinone take their rightful place in the continuity of a narrative introduced by the artist thirty-two years ago. A narrative composed of chapters that would never cease to interact with one another throughout a trajectory made up of intertextual questions, back-and-forths, survivals, displacements and reinventions of shapes and attitudes, or of interrogations that are constantly being renegotiated. >> Read more
Think, 2020.09.09 Wed, by

Philippe Parreno: “Manifestations”

Manifestations is Philippe Parreno’s eighth solo exhibition with Esther Schipper. It includes works spanning various media: a granular soundtrack, a CGI film, atmospheric sensors, robotic systems, computer code, ice and water. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.09.01 Tue, by

Show and Tell: Cao Yu’s Gendered Embodiment

Minimalist, conceptual, and deliberately provocative, Cao’s work reflects upon and exploits the physicality of her materials, from the conventional – marble, stretched linen and canvas – to unexpected, even transgressive, substances including the artist’s own hair, breastmilk and urine, and their various significations. >> Read more

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