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Interviews, 2013.10.22 Tue, by

“It’s a sustained curiosity”: ICA Director Gregor Muir on Zhang Enli

ICA Director Gregor Muir speaks about his first contact with the artist Zhang Enli's work, their shared impressions of Shanghai, Zhang Enli's artistic practice and why now is the time for a show in London by one of China's "lasting artists". >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.09.12 Thu, by

Carving the Unconscious

The newly established Beijing art gallery Ink Studio is delighted to announce its second exhibition, of prints and paintings in ink on paper by artist Chen Haiyan. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.04.09 Tue, by


Whether it is true or not is subject to arguments between art historians, while there is little doubt about the presence of certain game elements in the video art of Lee, Lee-Nam. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.03.22 Fri, by

Shi Xinji: Acquisition from Fairy Mountain

What is the effect when an exhibition is recommended? Of course, it depends on the source: if one values their judgement, expectations are lighted — a will to like it, even, conscious or unconscious. If not — and before one has even seen it — a flat feeling might develop around the show in question... >> Read more
Interviews, 2010.12.25 Sat, by
Interviews, 2010.11.30 Tue, by

“Great Performances” at Pace Beijing

Despite the extraordinary range of works presented, "Great Performances" feels like an opportunity missed. >> Read more
Interviews, 2010.09.27 Mon, by

Yue Minjun’s Cheshire Grin

Part I – A Thousand Smiles Now for a few necessary words about a smile, specifically a man’s smile...the smile of the scholars who had accepted Diotima’s invitation and were listening to the famous artists. Although they were smiling, they were absolutely not to be suspected of doing so ironically. (The Man without Qualities by Robert Musil) >> Read more
Think, 2010.09.09 Thu, by
History & Theory, 2009.03.09 Mon, by

Spheres of Influence

The Westerners are skilled in geometry, and consequently there is no the slightest mistake in their way of rendering light and shade [yang-yin] and distance (near and far). When they paint houses on a wall people are tempted to walk into them . . . Students of painting may well take over one or two points from them to make their own paintings more attractive to the eye. >> Read more

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