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2013.10.12 Sat, by

“Traveling to the Wonderland” by Xu Bing to open at the V&A in November

Xu Bing will this November install “Traveling to the Wonderland” at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London. The installation has been commissioned to coincide with the museum’s forthcoming exhibition “Masterpieces of Chinese Painting 700 – 1900” >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.09.12 Thu, by

Hu Qingyan on Sculpture’s Art of the Incomplete

An interview with young sculptor Hu Qingyan, whose works explore the possibilities and limitations of different media—which include wood, marble and clay—and the effects of their transformation from one form to another.
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Interviews, 2013.08.26 Mon, by

Seduction/Repulsion: Vincent Olinet

French artist Vincent Olinet in conversation about his recent solo exhibition at FOST Gallery in Singapore.
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Interviews, 2013.02.16 Sat, by

ON and OFF with Wang Sishun

Iona Whittaker talks to Wang Sishun about the ON/OFF show at UCCA >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.02.13 Wed, by

Despite Middling Sales at Art Stage Singapore, the City Lives Up to its Hype

Though Art Stage 2013 failed to deliver a great number of adventurous collectors, fair offerings were of consistent quality. And unlike Hong Kong and Taipei, Singapore’s galleries presented interesting shows.... >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.02.05 Tue, by

The Laughing Gallerist

Interview with Tina Keng, founder and Executive Director, Tina Keng Gallery >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.01.31 Thu, by

Audrey Yeo Interview

Interview with Audrey Yeo, founder and Director, Yeo Workshop >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.01.23 Wed, by

News: ArtStage Singapore opens

ArtStage Singapore 2012 opens | Marc Quinn throws a baby into Singapore garden | Buhl photography collection auctioned | >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.01.15 Tue, by

I am the World, I Want to Be Forgotten: Interview with Ai Weiwei

Randian Editor Iona Whittaker in conversation with Ai Weiwei — Chinese artist, writer, filmmaker and commentator — at his Beijing studio. The year 2012 marked his release from house arrest and the film "Never Sorry".... >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.01.11 Fri, by

ON and OFF with Wang Yuyang

As a preview to the exhibition “ON | OFF: China’s Young Artists in Concept and Practice,” randian is publishing a series of conversations in the lead-up to the opening, offering insights into the concept and planning of the show, and the perspectives of participating artists. >> Read more

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