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2016.10.13 Thu, by

Frieze after Brexit

Frieze looked good. There was much less of the not-so-good stuff and less garish art than in previous years. It was more brainy and subtle. And there were buyers! >> Read more
2019.09.03 Tue, by

China art market at greatest risk since 2008
(but also a great opportunity)

by Chris Moore The China art market faces its most difficult period since 2008. With the developing US-China trade war, increasing skepticism towards corporate China’s debt (particularly banks), growing uncertainty from political unrest in Hong Kong, and a weakening global economy, not least in Germany, the economic “motor of Europe”, and the continuing UK Brexit […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.03.06 Wed, by

The eye, the hand and the heart.
An interview with Maggi Hambling

This Spring, Hambling will exhibit for the first time in China, at the Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum in Beijing. Ran Dian met the artist at her London home to discuss the show. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.12.20 Thu, by

Jens Faurschou interview –
Munch in Copenhagen, Rauschenberg in Beijing

Combining acumen, chutzpah and luck, Jens Faurschou became Denmark’s foremost gallerist and art dealer. It is a story, that along the way, has involved Picasso, Miro, Munch, Robert Rauschenberg - and Swedish banks. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.09.13 Thu, by

Wolfgang Tillmans: How likely is it that only I am right in this matter?
David Zwirner, New York

David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new and recent work by Wolfgang Tillmans across the gallery’s three locations on West 19th Street in New York. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.06.01 Fri, by

Marina Pinksy
‘Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More’
RIBOCA1
Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art.

The title, Everything Was Forever, Until it Was No More, is borrowed from Alexei Yurchak’s book of the same name. Yurchak discusses the collapse of the Soviet Union and one particular characteristic that defined it: the sense that although the Soviet system was felt to be permanent and immutable, its demise was at the same time perceived as completely natural. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.11.15 Wed, by

Zhongguo 2185

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a possible future ended. Only some archaeological documents remain. Liu Cixin’s utopian short story “Zhongguo 2185”, written in the 1980s and published as samizdat in 1989, speaks of this spectral future. “Zhongguo 2185” envisions a future in which a democratic China, led by a female president, is forced to shut down the power network to stop a cybernetic insurgency helmed by one of six virtually resurrected brains—Chairman Mao’s. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.11.03 Fri, by

China and Marlborough
Interview with Gilbert Lloyd

Marlborough Galleries, founded in London in 1946, was the first modern International gallery, opening in Rome in 1962 and in New York in 1963, followed by other cities around the world, becoming the prototype for all subsequent International galleries. Ran Dian spoke with Gilbert Lloyd, son of founder Frank Lloyd and Managing Director of Marlborough from 1972 until 1991. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.10.21 Sat, by

FIAC, Paris 2017
Interview with Jennifer Flay, director

FIAC opened this week with 192 galleries exhibiting from 29 countries. Ran Dian spoke with Jennifer Flay, FIAC's director. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.10.17 Tue, by

London Mayfair roundup

Wade Guyton at Serpentine Galleries, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov and Robert Longo at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Gilbert & George at Lévy Gorvy, Enrico David at Michael Werner Gallery, David Hammons, Cody Noland et al at White Cube Masons Yard, Jeff Elrod at Simon Lee Gallery, Sherrie Levine at David Zwirner and Yan Pei Ming at Massimo […] >> Read more

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