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Interviews, 2013.01.09 Wed, by

ON and OFF with Huang Ran

“ON | OFF: China’s Young Artists in Concept and Practice,” an exhibition of the work of 50 young mainland Chinese artists, will open at UCCA (Ullens Center for Contemporary Art) in Beijing on January 13, 2013. >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.12.20 Thu, by

Flipping the Switch with Sun Dongdong

As a preview to the exhibition “ON | OFF: China’s Young Artists in Concept and Practice” randian 燃点 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. Randian Editors Iona Whittaker and Liang Shuhan meet curator Sun Dongdong.... >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.12.18 Tue, by

Alternative Perspectives

Claire Hsu, Executive Director of the Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong, in conversation with Iona Whittaker about public access, comparative approaches and an alternative to the narrative of Chinese art history on site at the archive she founded in 2000.
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Interviews, 2012.12.13 Thu, by

A Great Laugh, A Glorious Death

“L’Ombre du Fou Rire" is a survey of the work of Yue Minjun currently on show at the Fondation Cartier in Paris. Through 40+ paintings spanning his oeuvre from its early stages to the present, audiences may witness Yue’s artistic practice — its grimacing faces a favorite image in the media and market — at first hand. Randian editor Iona Whittaker met Yue Minjun at his Beijing studio.... >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.12.06 Thu, by

“SEE/SAW” Q and A with curator Paula Tsai

Q and A with Paula Tsai, curator of "SEE/SAW", the current exhibition series at UCCA examining collective artistic practice in China now.

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Interviews, 2012.11.30 Fri, by

The Other 80s of Wang Guangyi

Beijing Editors Iona Whittaker and Liang Shuhan examine the value, in hindsight, of Wang Guangyi's activities and first paintings in the 80s, at the juncture of art, politics, and philosophy.

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Think, 2012.11.19 Mon, by

Getting Over Ai Weiwei

A critical response to Ai Weiwei’s view that the exhibition “Art of Change,” at the Hayward Gallery, fails to address any of China’s most “pressing contemporary issues." Contemporary art in China is, Ai argues, “merely a product” that “avoids any meaningful engagement” and whose only purpose outside China is therefore “to charm viewers with its ambiguity”. >> Read more
Think, 2012.05.07 Mon, by

2012 Caochangdi Photospring Hit-List

A round-up of the highlights from Caochangdi Photospring 2012, as chosen by Gu Ling and Iona Whittaker >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.04.19 Thu, by

Pioneer Swiss Art Dealer Urs Meile

Pioneer Swiss art dealer, Urs Meile, on coming to Beijing, emerging artists and China's art zeitgeist. >> Read more
Interviews, 2011.09.29 Thu, by

Sans Song: Interview with Jérôme Sans

Ioan Whittaker talks with the director of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) in Beijing, Jérôme Sans, about his time at the institution. >> Read more

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