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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
Artist profiles, 2021.10.02 Sat, by

Rui Matsunaga and the Myth of Survival
– an interview with Alice Gee

by Alice Gee Rui Matsunaga – The Myth of Survival Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation (13/14 Cornwall Terrace, Regent’s Park, London) September 10–November 26, 2021 Rui Matsunaga, a Japanese artist based in Yamaguchi, is obsessed with the end of the world. Over five years she has examined the ‘apocalypse’ through various perspectives: the works of Dürer, animism, tribal and religious myths, and […] >> Read more
Think, 2021.05.11 Tue, by

A PhiloPhotoPoetics of Emptiness, Its “Shadow-Tracing” (摄影): A Roundtable Conversation with Gabriela Morawetz & Kyoo Lee

Vanishing Deconstructions See+ Gallery, Beijing, China December 05, 2015–January 30, 2016 Organizer: Hua’er, Director of See+ Gallery Moderator: Antonie Angerer Translator (Chinese): Zwei Fan Date: December 04, 2015 Q (aka Kyoo Lee, hereafter Q): Thanks, everybody, for being here. Special thanks to Hua’er for organizing this event, Antonie and Zwei for moderating and translating, and […] >> Read more
Think, 2020.12.26 Sat, by

“The Tides of the Century” at the Ocean Flower Island Museum

More than 140 works of diversified cultural backgrounds, made by over 80 artists from 23 countries including Greece, France, South Korea, Cameroon, USA, Japan, Thailand, Venezuela, Singapore, Iran, Italy, India, UK, Vietnam, and China, will be displayed during the exhibition. >> Read more
Think, 2020.12.16 Wed, by

Article: ‘Xu Zhen: Eternity Vs. Evolution’ at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

Exhibitions of Chinese art outside China tend to confirm certain assumptions about the country's history, culture, politics, and people. At first, ‘XU ZHEN®: Eternity Vs Evolution’ at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA), Canberra, seems no exception to this rule, promising viewers a proven combination of two enduring preconceptions about China’s past and present. >> Read more
访谈, 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, 2020.09.24 Thu, by

Han Feng interview
surface and erasure

In 2019 Han Feng moved with his family from Shanghai to Berlin. After establishing his new studio, he began working on a new series of paintings in which the support – the ‘stretcher’ – comprises an object, usually a household item Han Feng found in a junkshop in the city >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.09.03 Thu, by

Luo Mingjun: “Lointains”

Luo Mingjun assigns multiple meanings to the word “distance” (lointains) – the theme of this exhibition at the Galerie Gisèle Linder. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.09.01 Tue, by

Show and Tell: Cao Yu’s Gendered Embodiment

Minimalist, conceptual, and deliberately provocative, Cao’s work reflects upon and exploits the physicality of her materials, from the conventional – marble, stretched linen and canvas – to unexpected, even transgressive, substances including the artist’s own hair, breastmilk and urine, and their various significations. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.08.14 Fri, by

Elizabeth Peyton: Practice, UCCA, Beijing

UCCA Beijing presents “Elizabeth Peyton: Practice,” the first solo exhibition in China by the artist, a leading figure in contemporary painting. >> Read more

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