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2019.04.08 Mon, by

Katharina Grosse: Mumbling Mud is Opening at K11 Guangzhou

(Guangzhou, March 30, 2019) The solo exhibition of German female artist Katharina Grosse: >> Read more
2018.07.20 Fri, by

Buddha has sex

Desire and the visual have forever been intertwined. You cannot desire what you already have, so the object of desire is something spatially removed from oneself – a distance that can only be bridged by our sense of vision. All other senses, touch, smell, taste and even sound require a much closer proximity than sight. […] >> Read more
2018.02.27 Tue, by

Jean-Michel Othoniel
Dark Matters

Prominent on the French and international art scene, Jean-Michel Othoniel works with materials that have poetic and sensitive properties. >> Read more
2017.05.11 Thu, by

“The Afterlife of Rosy Leavers” by Angela Su

Blindspot Gallery is pleased to present “The Afterlife of Rosy Leavers”, Angela Su’s first solo exhibition at Blindspot Gallery. >> Read more
2016.11.02 Wed, by

Shanghai Gallery of Art | Ni Jun Solo Exhibition-The Deep Blue Sea

The sea is a bequeathed existence from the heaven, bestowed with its own legends and civilization. >> Read more
2016.06.07 Tue, by

“From Desire to Desire”
Jiali Gallery, Beijing

(中文) 此次展览,我将从一个特殊的角度来呈现艺术家的作品。 >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.05.20 Fri, by

Interview with Dan Graham

When I first saw Dan Graham, he stood almost anonymously by the wall, white hair and beard, a checked-flannel shirt and old cardigan.
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Interviews, 2016.01.01 Fri, by

Impermanent Sceneries: Group Exhibition Featuring Hu Weiqi, Sun Yu, and Zhang Wenchao

With its set goals of creating more urban centers of “global city status” than anywhere else in the world, 21st-century China is seeing a growing attention to a single topic: the ever-changing environment. >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.03.04 Wed, by

There Is No Landscape-Vladimir Nikolic-1933 Contemporary

Serbian artist Vladimir Nikolic explores sight and point of view at his exhibition at Shanghai’s 1933 Contemporary. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.12.04 Thu, by

Speaking in Tongues: a note on Sherrie Levine

What keeps these investigations compelling is the way apparently simple objects slip between categories, taking advantage of shifting relations between their meanings and physicality... >> Read more

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