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History & Theory, 2013.11.13 Wed, by

Michael Sullivan: More Than an Ordinary Sinologist

The vicissitudes of the era had no doubt taken their toll, but Sullivan, with an ever keen eye for art, found much to uphold his interest. No matter how messy the scene was, politically, ideologically, socially, artistically, his commitment was constant. Those of us who aspire to recording contemporary art owe a great debt to this fine, magnanimous historian. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2020.06.30 Tue, by

Recovery, See-Saws, and Turbulence

While the COVID-19 pandemic continued extending its reach across the globe, the month of May in Beijing, with the return of Gallery Weekend Beijing and two new museums opening, seemingly saw the Beijing art world bouncing back to a steady drum of exhibitions. Yet the emergence of new cases of COVID-19 in early June (at Xinfadi Market, Beijing) put Beijing on edge once more. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2018.03.20 Tue, by

Migratory Practice

Writing from Paris in 1991 under the pseudonym “No Beard Fei,” Fei Dawei penned a letter to fellow art critic and curator “Scraggly Beard Grandpa,” the pen name of Li Xianting in Beijing. Fei’s letter was a response to Li’s concern that “if art leaves its cultural motherland, it necessarily withers.” >> Read more
History & Theory, 2017.10.30 Mon, by

Scraggly Beard Grandpa
Capsule Shanghai

This letter is penned after PRACTICE has been around for two years, >> Read more
History & Theory, 2017.03.22 Wed, by

Holzwege – 20 Years of ShanghART

For a long time ShanghART’s home was the M50 art district, on the banks of Suzhou Creek, a much smaller version of Beijing’s Dashanzi 798. Galleries at M50 would come and go but ShanghART’s presence, along with the mostly local artists it represented—including Ding Yi, Zhang Enli and Xu Zhen—remained constant. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2016.10.03 Mon, by

Sol LeWitt and Zhang Xiaogang

Pace Beijing is pleased to present a joint exhibition Sol LeWitt and Zhang Xiaogang, opening to the public on 28 September and running through to 19 November. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2016.03.09 Wed, by

Datong Dazhang: The Way Out for Small-Town Art Youth

As a tall man hailing from Datong in Shanxi province, Zhang Shengquan had, in the customary Chinese manner, the nickname of “Da Zhang” (lit. “Big Zhang”), and thus ended up being known as “Datong Dazhang”. He started making art in the 1980s. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2015.06.16 Tue, by

Winners of the 2015 “Emerging Curators Program” at Shanghai’s Power Station of Art

Each of the winning teams will receive 330 000 RMB [approx. 53100 USD] to execute their curatorial proposals.
 
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History & Theory, 2014.08.23 Sat, by

Beijing Independent Film Festival Shut by Authorities

Authorities have shut down the 11th Beijing Independent Film Festival, according to reports. The film festival, organized by the Li Xianting Film Fund, was originally due to open on Saturday, August 23 on the outskirts of Beijing, in Xiaobao Village within Songzhuang... >> Read more
艺术世界, 2014.08.13 Wed, by

T-Museum: Art, Money and Museum

The T-Museum, just south of junction of the Grand Canal and the Qiantangjiang River in the West Lake Scenic Area, certainly boasts amazing fengshui. That should keep the stream of riches flowing its way, but whether it will be blessed with critical auspiciousness is another question entirely... >> Read more

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