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2014.08.05 Tue, by


Lin Ke, born in 1984, is a graduate in new media from CAFA. This is in a strict sense his first solo exhibition. It exhibits his works since 2010, a series of recordings of photography and performance art based on the aesthetics of the internet and computer operating systems. >> Read more
2018.04.26 Thu, by

Vivien Zhang: Uzumaki
House of Egorn, Berlin

Uzumaki is the name of a Japanese manga published from 1998 to 1999. Its author Junji Ito used the shape of a spiral as a form of horror. Spirals are generally regarded positively in Japanese society, so the challenge of Uzumaki was to take the mysterious pattern as larger than humanity’s capability for understanding and twist it into a terrible force. >> Read more
2016.08.30 Tue, by

Ryuji Tanaka

Text written by Koichi Kawasaki – art historian and Gutai scholar – on the occasion of the monograph RYUJI TANAKA published by Axel Vervoordt Gallery in collaboration with AsaMer, 2016. Using traditional mineral pigments, a traditional type of Japanese paint, Ryuji Tanaka’s works convey a keen awareness of nature. Tanaka’s life was marked by a […] >> Read more
2016.05.27 Fri, by

“The Present in Drag” 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art

The 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art seeks to materialize the digital condition and the paradoxes that increasingly make up the world in 2016 >> Read more
2015.10.29 Thu, by

Community Hospital

The organizers of “Community Hospital” approached the exhibition with the rigor of a medical practitioner. >> 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
2014.09.15 Mon, by

Lin Ke review

This article is available only in Chinese. >> Read more
2012.12.13 Thu, by

Gallery Yang

In 2010 Gallery Yang was founded in 798 Art District, Beijing. It dedicates itself to promoting independent young Chinese artists, the ideas generated by critical thinking, and the searching for more possibilities of contemporary art. >> Read more