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History & Theory, 2009.03.09 Mon, by

Spheres of Influence

The Westerners are skilled in geometry, and consequently there is no the slightest mistake in their way of rendering light and shade [yang-yin] and distance (near and far). When they paint houses on a wall people are tempted to walk into them . . . Students of painting may well take over one or two points from them to make their own paintings more attractive to the eye. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2017.01.10 Tue, by

“THE KING AND I”
Shanghai Gallery of Art

The King and I is a journey across space and time. It is about a far away Palace and its imaginary stories, transposed like a labirynth or a dream to Shanghai. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2016.01.08 Fri, by

SINGAPORE’S NEWEST AND MOST INTERESTING ART FAIR OPENS AT SUNTEC

SINGAPORE, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6TH: Singapore’s newest and most interesting art fair, Singapore Contemporary, opens with an exclusive VIP program and Vernissage on Thursday January 21st >> Read more
Interviews, 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
Interviews, 2014.06.12 Thu, by

History in the Making II: Sketches for Iconic Paintings

Though the artistic creation of the era cannot help but converge, to a high degree, in terms of style or theme, this did not mean artists had no room for creativity. >> 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
访谈, 2011.02.14 Mon, by

Guo Zhen In Conversation with Paul Gladston

A personal account of the changes and conflicts that took place within the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts following Deng Xiaoping's reforms of 1978. >> Read more