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2020.04.20 Mon, by

The End of the World

Will any large exhibition or art fair take place in September. Even if they do, will anyone go? Will US collectors fly to Basel? Will they risk a sudden 2-week quarantine? Even if they do, will they still feel like spending? Will they still have anything to spend even? >> Read more
2020.02.24 Mon, by

Buddhist Youths: United Collective Indifference

If we really need to find it out, we may best say that as long as there is the individual, oppressed by reality and the difficulty in expressing their emotions, this passive way of resistance will inevitably reappear. >> Read more
2019.09.03 Tue, by

Independent Art Spaces Announces Fourth Edition

Independent Art Spaces (IAS) is pleased to announce its fourth edition from 6 – 8 September 2019. >> Read more
2019.05.27 Mon, by

Healthier, Simpler, Wiser.

Edouard Malingue Gallery Shanghai announces its new group exhibition, “Healthier, Simpler, Wiser.” The exhibition brings together three highly reputed mid-career Chinese artists: Hu Xiangqian from Guangdong, Lai Chih-Sheng from Taipei, and Kwan Sheung Chi from Hong Kong. Each will present a work newly commissioned by the gallery, together with a selection of recent works. While […] >> Read more
2019.04.02 Tue, by

M+ announces the six artists shortlisted for the inaugural Sigg Prize, with the winner to be announced in January 2020

M+, Hong Kong’s museum of twentieth- and twenty-first-century visual culture in the West Kowloon Cultural District, >> Read more
2018.11.15 Thu, by

M+ announces the establishment of the Sigg Prize

M+, Hong Kong’s museum of twentieth- and twenty-first-century visual culture in the West Kowloon Cultural District, is pleased to announce the launch of the Sigg Prize, which recognises outstanding artistic practice in the Greater China region. This prize continues and expands the work the Chinese Contemporary Art Award (CCAA) has done over the past two decades. >> Read more
2018.03.20 Tue, by

Migratory Practice

Writing from Paris in 1991 under the pseudonym “No Beard Fei,” Fei Dawei penned a letter to fellow art critic and curator “Scraggly Beard Grandpa,” the pen name of Li Xianting in Beijing. Fei’s letter was a response to Li’s concern that “if art leaves its cultural motherland, it necessarily withers.” >> Read more
2017.10.05 Thu, by

Invitation and Information of Opening of Boxes Art Museum

At 4 pm Sunday afternoon, Sep 28, 2017, well-known French video artist Pierrick Sorin will open solo exhibition, >> Read more
2017.09.05 Tue, by

From Monumental Landscapes as a Mode of Display to the Literati Gathering as Artistic Uprising

Xu Longsen has recently been experimenting with the concept of the semi-private exhibition as a contemporary mode of literati gathering. >> Read more
2017.07.14 Fri, by

Hong Kong Round Up

Talkover/Handover 2.0 at 1a Space / “Canton Express: Art of the Pearl River Delta” at M+ Pavilion / Fereydoun Ave's “Shah Abbas and His Page Boy” at Rossi & Rossi / Wong Chung-Yu's “Centrifugal Force” at Hanart TZ gallery / Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon's “Catchy” at Empty Gallery / R. Streitmatter-Tran's “Departures: Intersecting Vietnamese Modern Art with R. Streitmatter-Tran” at de Sarthe gallery >> Read more

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