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Interviews, 2020.11.03 Tue, by

Werner Büttner and the Invention of BAD Painting

Werner Büttner, Wild Painter in Germany who changed the 1980s. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.02.08 Wed, by

Luc Tuymans interview

In an age in which he feels artists have become exceedingly demo­cratic, Luc Tuymans adheres closely to the method he has honed over time—mercifully without, he says, a moment of “painter’s block.” >> Read more
Think, 2014.12.09 Tue, by

The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of Nasereddin Shah-e Qajar

The 2nd prize winning essay by Joobin Bekhrad, from the 1st edition of the International Awards for Art Criticism (IAAC). >> Read more
Think, 2013.10.09 Wed, by

Jake & Dinos Chapman 2 – The Restaurant at the End of Modernity

Hitler’s bodyguard died recently. Rochus Misch was 96. He said Hitler was “a very normal man" and "He was no brute. He was no monster. He was no superman." What a relief for Jews, Russians, gays, gypsies, and social democrats, to name a few. >> Read more
Think, 2012.10.01 Mon, by

Chonggang Du “Uncertain” and Shen Shaomin “I am Chinese”

Chonggang Du “Uncertain” Gallery: “In this new body of work a crumpled sheet of newspaper is a metaphor for the contorted messages sent to us by the media which has pervasive control over the whole of society” Shen Shaomin “I am Chinese” ‘Set in Hongjiang village on the Russian border. Hongjiang became a sanctuary for […] >> Read more
艺术世界, 2011.03.11 Fri, by

Zaijian! Guy Ullens says goodbye to UCCA

So Guy Ullens is leaving the UCCA, selling his collection, lamenting failures and withdrawing from China. Does it really matter? Is UCCA such an important institution? Should a foreign-owned museum be attempting to define the debate about contemporary art in China? Or is Ullens just running away from failure? >> Read more