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2016.10.20 Thu, by

Twisted, Knitted, Knotted, Stretched…the Second Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art

This edition of the triennial showcases the expanded field of not only fiber art, but more importantly the international reach of contemporary art in Hangzhou, which seems to be still basking in the afterglow of global G20 summit. >> Read more
2016.03.20 Sun, by

Asia Art Archive: Open Platform 2016

AAA Booth P9, Institutions and Bookstores Area on Level 1 Concourse, Art Basel, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre >> Read more
2015.09.11 Fri, by

The Return of the Noble Savage

The psychotropic carnival that is Chen Tianzhuo is here in full force, this time at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris with his first solo outside China.
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2015.04.26 Sun, by

Of Signs and Symbols

When I started drawing ordinary objects, I thought they were pretty stable in the world. I assumed that they would not change over time. Things should look like what they do and one should be able to understand the function of an object by its appearance... >> Read more
2014.12.29 Mon, by

Making Visible What is Unseen

It was a timely coincidence. The 2014 United Nations Climate Change Conference was in full session in Lima, Peru when the Hong Kong Art Centre flagship exhibition “Unseen Existence: Dialogues with the Environment in Contemporary Art” opened, which seeks to offer new perspectives on ecological change... >> Read more
2014.12.22 Mon, by

Tradition and its Discontents

The Vancouver Art Gallery has recently mounted not one but two large-scale exhibitions in order to inaugurate the newly established Institute of Asian Art. This also highlights how Vancouver, the city with the highest proportion of Asians outside Asia, embraces cultural diversity... >> Read more
2014.09.30 Tue, by

Reconsidering Objecthood

The subversive gesture of removing or blockading institutional walls and points of entry opens up the vista for the work of art to be imagined in the expanded field of the viewer’s experience... >> Read more
2014.09.11 Thu, by

“Morning Shanghai” Talks 2014

Daniel Szehin Ho will host the “Morning Shanghai” talks (at 10 Corso Como Shanghai): Julie Chun presents an overview on contemporary Chinese art, Cesar Villalon and Sidd Perez (The Drawing Room) talk about art and the market in the Philippines, and Steven Harris (m97) will discuss art photography along with the evolving market and collector base in China. >> Read more
2014.05.30 Fri, by

Contradictions and Convergence Counterbalanced

These personal anecdotes serve as the entry into the lives and practices of two artists who are actively seeking to redefine the paradigm of oil painting in China. “They” are Beijing-based Lai Shengyu and Yang Xiaogang, better known by their incorporated name Tamen. >> Read more
2014.02.27 Thu, by

Partial Reverie: Yayoi Kusama at MoCA Shanghai

As a complex and prolific artist, Kusama marks her days plotting bold dots in the trajectory of Japanese contemporary art. Her installations of floating world constructed with flickering lights have few precedents in their lasting three dimensional transformation of space.
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