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2016.06.30 Thu, by

Baron Guy Ullens puts Beijing’s UCCA on Sale

On June 30, it was announced that Baron Guy Ullens is looking to sell Beijing’s Ullens Center of Contemporary Art (UCCA) along with his art collection. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2012.12.07 Fri, by

Ashes to Ashes:
Ground Control to Major Zhang

Chris Moore surveys Zhang Huan's art since the artist returned to China, with particular focus on the Ash Paintings exhibited at White Cube in London this summer, along with his major installations.... >> Read more
Think, 2012.05.02 Wed, by

Manners of Smallness

Temu reflects on the scale of ideas and the smallness of meaning. In this season of rebirth, instead of rushing to "predict" formulaically the trends in this year’s contemporary art, perhaps it is more worthwhile to think of what was thoughtful and meaningful in the past year. >> Read more
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“Great Performances” at Pace Beijing

Despite the extraordinary range of works presented, "Great Performances" feels like an opportunity missed. >> Read more
Think, 2017.09.06 Wed, by

‘Still Moving’
Long Museum, Shanghai

This will be the first major presentation of Antony Gormley’s work in China. >> Read more
Think, 2016.05.20 Fri, by

The programme for Liverpool Biennial 2016 is announced

The programme for Liverpool Biennial 2016, the largest contemporary art festival in the UK running from July 9 to October 16, has been announced by Sally Tallant, Director of Liverpool Biennial. >> Read more
Think, 2016.04.24 Sun, by

“Tonight We Make History
(P.S. I Can’t Be There)”

Tonight We Make History (P.S. I Can’t Be There) is Harland Miller’s first solo exhibition in Germany. >> Read more
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Seven Days in Shanghai

This fall, Shanghai’s profusion of events made it almost seem like the central hub of contemporary art in China. Here is an overview of what happened—with more coverage to come later. 
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Think, 2011.07.14 Thu, by

Who’s Down with OCT?

On June 28, the Shanghai scene turned out for warm canapés and skimpy glasses of Freixinet and gossiped while the legions of lingdaos appeared on the stage to welcome us to the Suzhou Creek Art Gallery. >> Read more