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2014.05.23 Fri, by

Baby Basel and HK Island Dreams

While the minimum and average quality of art displayed was noticeably higher than last year (better galleries, minimal kitsch) the art displayed was generally conservative—innovation was seldom seen... >> Read more
2014.05.12 Mon, by

Art Basel Hong Kong 2014 preview

At the fair itself, over 245 galleries will be participating—a mix of international blue-chip galleries, top Asian and mainland Chinese galleries, as well as local galleries (We will be writing more when the fair opens).
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2014.05.08 Thu, by

John Clang : (Re)Contextualizing My Mind

How alive do you feel, being alive? This question seems strange, almost excessive, if one considers the never-ending stream of interface and devices created to enhance and stimulate one’s experience of reality. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.05.07 Wed, by

Life for Huang Zhiyang

"The Phenomenology of Life: Chapters in a Course of Study” at the National Museum of China was the latest major exhibition by Taiwanese artist Huang Zhiyang. In this profile, he relates his experience of becoming an artist, and his continuing journey into self-expression and understanding... >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.05.04 Sun, by

In Pictures: Art Beijing 2014

Selected photographs of the booths at Art Beijing 2014
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Artist profiles, 2014.04.17 Thu, by

Xie Qi: New Works

Pékin Fine Arts is pleased to host our first solo exhibit of artist Xie Qi. Xie Qi’s work was earlier exhibited at Pékin Fine Arts in the group exhibition “Why Paint?” (April – June 2013). >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.03.13 Thu, by

China Focus—Cramped for Space at the Armory

It was difficult, at times, to keep track of everything on offer; particularly chaotic was the China Focus section which, despite the amount of hoopla that surrounded it in the run up to the fair, was squeezed into a small back section.
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Artist profiles, 2014.02.25 Tue, by

Zhao Liang: Black Face, White Face

Pékin Fine Arts is pleased to present “Zhao Liang: Black Face, White Face”, a new video installation exhibited for the first time, made during Zhao Liang’s current project “Dust” a documentary film about miners in China’s far North East. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.02.25 Tue, by

Yu Likwai: It’s A Bright Guilty World

Pékin Fine Arts is pleased to present “Yu Likwai: It's A Bright Guilty World”. This is the artist’s 1st solo exhibit in Beijing, and a continuation of a project started and exhibited by M+ Museum last year in Hong Kong. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.02.19 Wed, by

Q&A with Yang Dongxue:”Regarding The Silent Majority”

This show is about the realities we cannot or do not want to change; it’s about the kind of “dependency” people develop for a terrible and unjust reality. Even more: a structural deficiency and disorder. >> Read more

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