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2018.07.24 Tue, by

Zhao Zhao
One Second · One Year
Tang Contemporary Art
Hong Kong

Tang Contemporary Art Hong Kong is proud to announce the opening of Beijing Artist Zhao Zhao’s all-new exhibition “One Second • One Year” at H Queen’s. This is Zhao’s second solo exhibition with Tang Contemporary Art in Hong Kong after “Zhao Zhao” (2016). >> Read more
2018.02.28 Wed, by

KIM TSCHANG-YEUL
Almine Rech Gallery, New York

Almine Rech Gallery New York is pleased to announce an exhibition of historic works by renowned Korean artist Kim Tschang-Yeul. >> Read more
2018.01.17 Wed, by

Kim Tschang-Yeul
Almine Rech Gallery New York

Almine Rech Gallery New York is pleased to announce an exhibition of historic works by renowned Korean artist Kim Tschang-Yeul. Known for his iconic images of drops of water, Kim presents this deceptively simple motif in a wide variety of contexts and mediums. In this exhibition, paintings range from an early 1968 abstraction, made while […] >> Read more
2016.11.21 Mon, by

Sun Xun: Prediction Laboratory – Yuz Museum

“Prediction Laboratory is a narration fulfilled ex post facto. >> Read more
2016.11.16 Wed, by

Sun Xun: Prediction Laboratory

Yuz Museum is glad to present the second solo exhibition of artist Sun Xun at museums in China, “Prediction Laboratory”, from November 19, 2016, which is curated by New York based art critic and independent curator Barbara Pollack. >> Read more
2016.09.21 Wed, by

“Pixy Liao: Venus As A Boy”

LEO XU PROJECTS is pleased to present “Pixy Liao: Venus As A Boy”, the first solo exhibition of Shanghai-born Brooklyn-based young female artist Pixy Yijun Liao... >> Read more
2016.05.20 Fri, by

Why Commentaries on Cao Fei’s Retrospective Don’t Make Total Sense

The plain gesture of juxtaposing a minor group of Guangzhou cosplay enthusiasts with cranes at construction sites and migrant workers doesn’t really distill the essence either of societal change in contemporary China or “the numbing state of modernity” >> Read more
访谈, 2015.04.28 Tue, by

Moving Images: Dr. Michael I. Jacobs’s Collection

Dr. Michael I. Jacobs, a practicing dermatologist and Associate Professor at the Weill Medical College at Cornell University in New York, is also an avid art collector, including a collection of some 43 Chinese video pieces... >> Read more
访谈, 2014.09.02 Tue, by

My Generation

“My Generation: Young Chinese Artists” is New York-based critic, curator, writer and journalist Barbara Pollack’s well-chosen introduction to new Chinese art and artists. It's the first exhibition in the United States to exclusively showcase the work of the post-Reform and Opening (1978–79 onwards) generation... >> Read more