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2018.03.07 Wed, by

Michael Ku Gallery
Even though the future may be far away,
Even though saying good bye needs not be at an airport,
If only you could describe a future

Michael Ku Gallery is proud to present an exhibition that gathers the works of five young contemporary Taiwanese artists, all of whom share artistic sympathies and inspire one another. From their works, viewers will gain insight into the defining characteristics of Taiwan’s contemporary art. >> Read more
2017.06.14 Wed, by

40 Years of Chinese Contemporary Photography (1976-2017) – Three Shadows 10th Anniversary Special Exhibition

Emerging after the Cultural Revolution, Chinese contemporary photography has more than forty years of history. This exhibition is divided into four sections: “The Rise of Unofficial Photography (1976–1979)”, “New Wave Photography (1980-1989)”, “Experimental Photography (1990-2006)”, and “The Development of Experimental Photography Organizations (2007-present) ” >> Read more
2015.09.16 Wed, by

LEE KIT Please wait

22 SEPTEMBER – 31 OCTOBER 2015 OPENING RECEPTION - TUESDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2015  6–8 pm at MOTHER’S TANKSTATION “If sometimes, the malicious force seems to stimulate - a contratio - another force oriented towards good, most often the consciousness is only whetted against its own self. Fallen, and in consciously confirming this enslavement, the spirit goes deeply into its own nostalgia […] >> Read more
2014.08.12 Tue, by

Flowers and Birds: Shen Ling Solo Exhibition

The Hive Centre for Contemporary Art has the greatest honor to announce that Flowers and Birds: Solo Exhibition of Shen Ling will be inaugurated at 4.00 p.m. on the 16th of August, 2014. The exhibition is curated by Dai Zhuoqun, and will run through September 14th. >> Read more
访谈, 2014.02.17 Mon, by

Interview with gallerist Simon Lee

One of London's leading contemporary art gallerists, Simon Lee opened his eponymous gallery in 2002 and fortuitously expanded to Hong Kong in 2012, where the gallery has quickly gained a reputation for rigorously curated exhibitions of leading international artists including Cindy Sherman, Angela Bulloch and Hans Peter Feldmann. >> Read more
访谈, 2014.02.11 Tue, by

Mingei are you here? at Pace London

An elegant, thoughtful show curated by Nicolas Trembley, "Mingei are you here?" surveys and juxtaposes the local and international influence of the Japanese Mingei folk design movement, which was founded in 1926 following European arts & crafts movements, and continued into the 1970s... 
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访谈, 2014.01.24 Fri, by

Art Stage & Singapore Art Week report card

Dear Mr & Mrs Singapore: Your children, Art Stage and Biennale, have successfully completed the year and may enter the next class. Here is our report card. They are performing stronger but still have some work to do.
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访谈, 2013.12.03 Tue, by

Re-discovering Zeng Fanzhi in Paris

He taps into a common sense of isolation which surpasses the boundaries of nations, culture, language, and ethnicity. The artist creates a window into the current state of Chinese society, and in some ways even affirms many Western preconceptions about China. >> Read more
访谈, 2013.11.14 Thu, by

Girolamo Marri’s London Safari

Several Shades of Grey Weather (Chapters 1 to 5 have been lost in the cellar at randian headquarters except for the following fragment). Undoubtedly what strikes me most at the fair are the VIP toilets which are divided by panels in six groups of three — I guess to allow private diuretic parties. They are […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.11.07 Thu, by

Archaeology of Sculpture: Marc Quinn Interview

What is really interesting about art is how, with a piece of meat painted by Rembrandt in the 17th century and then painted by me now, the subject matter hasn’t changed, only how you look at it.
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