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2021.02.18 Thu, by

Thinh Nguyen’s American Road

by Thinh Nguyen Publication was made possible with the support of the Nguyen Art Foundation In Ran Dian’s continuing series on going on a walk, we join artist Thinh Nguyen on his current journey across America from Los Angeles to New York, though it involves more driving than walking. We will follow Thinh as he […] >> Read more
2018.09.01 Sat, by

Jeremy Everett
Proposal For A Defective Monument
Edouard Malingue Gallery, Shanghai

A slab of marble, a material associated with beauty, opulence, civilisations, tumults down a quarry, >> Read more
2016.01.03 Sun, by

Cockeyed Eddie

The Galerie Nathalie Obadia is very pleased to present Cockeyed Eddie, the third solo exhibition in France of the work of Edgar Arceneaux. >> Read more
2015.11.28 Sat, by

Gagosian New York

Artists Exhibited Diane Arbus Richard Artschwager Richard Avedon Francis Bacon Balthus Davide Balula Georg Baselitz Jean-Michel Basquiat Joseph Beuys Dike Blair Glenn Brown Chris Burden Alexander Calder Anthony Caro Maurizio Cattelan John Chamberlain Dan Colen Michael Craig-Martin Gregory Crewdson John Currin Willem de Kooning Walter De Maria Edmund de Waal Alberto Di Fabio Marcel Duchamp […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.03.12 Thu, by

Art Basel Hong Kong: Marc Spiegler & Adeline Ooi

Randian recently sat down with Marc Spiegler, the director of Art Basel, along with Adeline Ooi, in a wide-ranging conversation about the strategy and direction of Art Basel...
 
 
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Interviews, 2014.07.07 Mon, by

Jeremy Everett: No Exit

Edouard Malingue Gallery is pleased to present ‘No Exit’, a solo exhibition of New York-based American artist Jeremy Everett (b.1979, USA) that presents a lyrical exposé of his work, which neither ever fully created nor complete, is distinct for its perpetually evolving state between beauty and decay. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.09.05 Thu, by

The “Calm” Before the Storm

A low, flat jumble of dusty wreckage.sits one meter or so above the surrounding downtown sidewalk, but its sides descend to an oddly contrasting edge, a trim rectangle fifteen by eight meters. MadeIN Company’s “Calm” is public art at its best—big and familiar, yet challenging, subtle and brash. Love it or hate it, it provokes a response from everyone. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 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