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2014.08.14 Thu, by

Summer Reading: Framed Reality

A frame is a shape, a drawing. It is both invisible and present — a dotted line that serves to demarcate a designated area or a tangible border which separates inside from out. It is the scintillation of presence, the oscillation between undetectable contours and harsh delineation, where frames force us to have a heightened awareness... >> Read more
2014.07.09 Wed, by

Somewhere Else

What are young Chinese artists doing in New York? This is an interesting question.The artists, with background like this, are likely to be expected to conform to a specific, predictable worldview, focused on several Chinese styles, as spokespersons for a singular cultural or social identity. >> Read more
momentum, 2014.05.07 Wed, by

PANDAMONIUM CURATORIAL CONVERSATION

A conversation between Li Zhenhua and David Elliott, curators of "PANDAMONIUM: Media art from Shanghai" >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.03.14 Fri, by

In Conversation with Jason Wee

Jason Wee is a Singaporean artist and the founder of Grey Projects, a non-profit artists’ space in Singapore. Here, he tells Iona Whittaker about the origins of the space, its activities and future, working in a censored state and the Singaporean art scene. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.02.27 Thu, by

A River Runs Through It—Chen Hangfeng’s Practice

Chen Hangfeng’s practice is one which never strays far from the issues affecting modern China. All these works however, are linked by a central theme which ties which is the idea of adaptation—how we adjust to changing environments and the role tradition plays in the face of the juggernaut of modernity.
 
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Interviews, 2014.02.08 Sat, by

Imaging the Mysterious *** A solo painting exhibition by Wang Min (Beijing, China)

We are proud to present Wang Min’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong at AO Vertical Art Space. 'Imaging the Mysterious' — Lao Tze Verse 25 from Dao De Ching >> 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, 2013.11.04 Mon, by

Antenna to the Ground

Review of the inaugural show at Antenna Space, a promising new gallery in Shanghai's m50 district... 
 
 
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Think, 2010.12.25 Sat, by
Artist profiles, 2010.09.01 Wed, by

Zhang Enli: From Trees to Sky

Everyday objects in the work of the artist Zhang Enli. >> Read more

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