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2015.10.22 Thu, by

Frieze Masters 2015

A report on the fair called “Masters” for a reason. >> Read more
2018.03.21 Wed, by

Amalia Ulman: Privilege
KWM Art Center

General Introduction KWM artcenter is pleased to present Amalia Ulman's first solo exhibition in China entitled ‘Privilege’ from 22 March to 19 May 2018. The exhibition presents a site-specific labyrinthine installation in which 15 photographs and 3 video works are exhibited. The photographs are both from her first photographic series ‘Excellences and Perfections’ as well as her ongoing series ‘Privilege’. >> Read more
2016.05.06 Fri, by

Art Beijing 2016: Business as Usual, No Surprises Here

While perhaps satisfying the demands of experienced collectors for a few quality works, it also offers a chance for entry-level collectors and ordinary viewers. With public sculptures in the shape of Transformers, rhinoceroses, and such like, it is like any other tourist attraction—a place of entertainment for the public over the May Day break... >> Read more
2015.04.29 Wed, by

Works on Paper III

For the MPA-B Month of Performance Art Berlin 2015, MOMENTUM reprises its month-long program of Performance Sundays entitled WORKS ON PAPER. WORKS ON PAPER III inverts classic assumptions of paper as a medium, inviting performance artists to approach paper not as a static blank canvas, but as a dynamic source of conceptual and performative possibility. >> Read more
2014.06.24 Tue, by

MAK Ying Tung: Almost Empty

Gallery EXIT is pleased to present Almost Empty, Mak Ying Tung first solo exhibition with the gallery. >> Read more
2012.12.07 Fri, by

Elad Lassry: The En-Framed

In a gallery space measuring a couple thousand square feet, exhibiting works of roughly the dimensions of a magazine page would seem to be incompatible with the economics of spatiality, not least in a city with rent prices ranking amongst the highest in the world. When the name Elad Lassry pops up, however, the dialectic of size suddenly makes sense. >> Read more
2012.06.15 Fri, by

In Absentia: Gu Dexin

“The Important Thing is Not the Meat” must be one of the most keenly anticipated Chinese shows of 2012. It is a grand exhibition not only by virtue of looking back over the career of Gu Dexin — very arguably China’s greatest conceptual artist thus far — but also because Gu himself has, to all accounts, quit art... >> Read more