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2018.11.22 Thu, by

“As We May Think, Feedforward”, The 6th Guangzhou Triennial 2018, Guangdong Museum of Art

Titled As We May Think, Feedforward, extending this seminal text’s far-reaching ramifications into the artistic domain as a way to reflect on the trajectories of technological advances and their reverberations throughout the social sphere over the past decades, the 6th edition of Guangzhou Triennial seeks to address the multiple implications engendered by such a technologically constructed time-space - in the real and through the virtual - by examining creative endeavors both from geographical purviews and from cosmic prospects in responding to the challenges and opportunities at stake and to think, once again, through a new alliance of visions by humans and nonhumans alike, machines and flesh with equal footing, organic and inorganic hand in hand, an alternative outlook for a new possibility of ecology whereby a retooled humanism may thrive in a Parliament of Things (to borrow a term from Bruno Latour) in symbiosis and reciprocity. >> Read more
2018.07.03 Tue, by

Painting after Painting after Painting
–Image-making in Contemporary Germany
Guangdong Museum of Art
Guangzhou

From July 6 to August 14, 2018, the Guangdong Museum of Art hosts the exhibition ‘PAINTING AFTER PAINTING AFTER PAINTING AFTER: IMAGE-MAKING IN CONTEMPORARY GERMANY’, presenting four of the most accomplished mid-career painters of Germany today: Franz Ackermann, Benjamin Appel, Thomas Scheibitz and Katja Strunz. The exhibition is a pilot project that in exemplary ways introduces the state-of-the-art in German post-painting developments […] >> Read more
2016.12.04 Sun, by

Opera House Guangzhou

Guangzhou Opera House is a Chinese opera house in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, People’s Republic of China. Designed by Zaha Hadid, it opened in 2010. The theatre has become the biggest performing centre in southern China and is one of the three biggest theaters in the nation alongsideBeijing’s National Centre for the Performing Arts and Shanghai’s […] >> Read more
2016.09.21 Wed, by

Redtory Museum of Contemporary Art (RMCA)

The Redtory Museum of Contemporary Art (RMCA) is a private, non-profit Contemporary Art Museum that initiates and organizes exhibitions of art, architecture, design, film, photography and video from both China and overseas. It also promotes academic research, organizes artists’ residencies and public programs for schools, universities and adult education, and facilitates exchanges of art, artists […] >> Read more
2016.06.17 Fri, by

Lucas Ihlein & Trevor Yeung
“Sea Pearl White Cloud”
Observation Society, Guangzhou

A two-stage exhibition at Guangzhou’s Observation Society and Sydney’s 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art highlights unique urban conditions across two cities. >> Read more
2020.10.29 Thu, by

Huang Xiaopeng (1960–2020)

"If the spirit is a force, it comes from purity. This is Xiaopeng's legacy to each and every one of us. >> Read more
访谈, 2020.06.28 Sun, by

Professor Guo Yaxi: Reticence in Transformation

Tianjin, just half an hour by train from Beijing, is said to be the most inconspicuous of China’s municipalities. This is perhaps surprising, given the fact that it is the first city in Northern China to be exposed to modern culture, experiencing a glamorous era in the period following 1860 when it became a treaty port. Tianjin is the epitome of modernity with “Chinese characteristics”. >> Read more
访谈, 2019.12.04 Wed, by

Open Call | All the Way South:
Residency in Exchange 2020
Guangdong Times Museum
The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre

The Guangdong Times Museum is pleased to announce an open call for All the Way South: Residency in Exchange with The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre in 2020. >> Read more
访谈, 2019.10.09 Wed, by

Zheng Bo: Goldenrod

Goldenrod by ZHENG Bo opens as the inaugural exhibition at the new ICA at NYU Shanghai >> Read more
访谈, 2019.06.17 Mon, by

“Soulmates” at HB station

Being said, in comparison to her predecessors, JY purposely steps back from being an “artist as a creator” to “artist as an observer,” deploying a meticulous and reserved manner to scrutinise the system. >> Read more

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