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2019.08.06 Tue, by

Currents
Richard Koh Fine Art

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA – SG) is pleased to announce Than Sok’s (b.1984) first solo exhibition in Singapore, >> Read more
2019.07.25 Thu, by

Currents
Than Sok
Richard Koh Fine Art

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA – SG) is pleased to announce Than Sok’s (b.1984) firstsolo exhibition in Singapore, >> Read more
2019.04.13 Sat, by

Ways to Get Closer to It—The Inner Flesh of Time—In the Age of Consumable Desires

In the process, you go somewhere and somelsewhere elastically, even a tiny bit. While inhabiting a ritual, one lives in and through time, via an odd interval sliced open and stitched back together. >> Read more
2018.08.21 Tue, by

Sadaharu Horio
Axel Vervoordt Gallery
Hong Kong

Axel Vervoordt Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition by Gutai artist Sadaharu Horio in Hong Kong. The exhibition includes the new works on Echizen washi paper that the artist created in June this year, during his stay in Belgium on the occasion of the recent solo exhibition at the gallery’s Kanaal location. >> Read more
2018.07.24 Tue, by

Zhao Zhao
One Second · One Year
Tang Contemporary Art
Hong Kong

Tang Contemporary Art Hong Kong is proud to announce the opening of Beijing Artist Zhao Zhao’s all-new exhibition “One Second • One Year” at H Queen’s. This is Zhao’s second solo exhibition with Tang Contemporary Art in Hong Kong after “Zhao Zhao” (2016). >> Read more
2018.06.23 Sat, by

ZANG KUNKUN and GUO-LIANG TANZANG
‘Etherial Machines’
Mai 36 Galerie and Ota Fine Arts, Shanghai

Mai 36 Galerie and Ota Fine Arts Shanghai are delighted to present Ethereal Machines, a dual exhibition that brings together Chinese artist Zang Kunkun and Singapore artist Guo-Liang Tan. >> Read more
Think, 2018.05.29 Tue, by

Event and Spirit-Image: Bodily Dismemberment in the East and West and the Logic Surrounding “Consecration”

Ancient forms of punishment that involve bodily dismemberment were considered “inhumane” and thus abolished. In comparison, in the effort to challenge norms regulating common conceptions of humanity, many contemporary artworks often take up “dehumanizing” positions >> Read more
Think, 2018.05.21 Mon, by

Cosmic Background Radiation: Yao Jui-chung’s Spiritual Cybernetics

Taiwanese artist Yao Jui-chung’s practice is intimately tied to human history, whether economic decay or the vicissitudes of Cross-Strait relations, yet much of his recent work avoids depicting humans altogether. >> Read more
访谈, 2018.05.16 Wed, by

The Many Worlds of Lu Pingyuan

Lu Pingyuan makes stories. The stories he makes involve things and theatrical and interactive situations. They involve text, film and miscellaneous objects. He is an artist and he has a cat. The cat sometimes makes an appearance in the stories. >> Read more
访谈, 2018.04.17 Tue, by

MARKUS LÜPERTZ
Tent Paintings
Michael Werner Gallery, London

Michael Werner Gallery, London is pleased to present Markus Lüpertz: Tent Paintings opening 27 April. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to view key early works by this important artist. >> Read more

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