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2019.09.03 Tue, by

China art market at greatest risk since 2008
(but also a great opportunity)

by Chris Moore The China art market faces its most difficult period since 2008. With the developing US-China trade war, increasing skepticism towards corporate China’s debt (particularly banks), growing uncertainty from political unrest in Hong Kong, and a weakening global economy, not least in Germany, the economic “motor of Europe”, and the continuing UK Brexit […] >> Read more
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, 2020.06.16 Tue, by

Simon Mordant
Contemporary Collector, Modern Philanthropist

Simon Mordant is one of Australia’s most prolific art collectors and philanthropists. As chair of Australia’s Museum of Contemporary Art and as Australia’s past Venice Biennale Pavilion Commissioner, Mordant has been one of the major forces driving modernization of Australia’s visual arts scene. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.12.23 Sun, by

Notes on “Quaderni Rossi”

Stepping into the exhibition, what I first noticed were two Chinese characters about a person’s height, printed in red, jumping out from the white background of the gallery. These characters provide the most distinctive visual cues in Zeng Hong’s solo exhibition “Quaderni Rossi”. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.10.09 Tue, by

China Art Market—Storm Warning!

The Stockmarket is wobbly, China growth is slowing, Beijing's regulatory regime is tightening, there is a lot of hidden bad debt (who knows how much in State Owned Enterprises), there is a property bubble and a trade war with the United States. >> Read more
Think, 2018.06.14 Thu, by

Local Variants

The first was that we understand our localities better than outsiders do; and the second, was that we know better than the locals how things ought to be. This brings me to reflect again on the anxiety caused by On Practice—Northeast Asia (实践论-东北亚) a year and a half ago; it’s relevance seems pretty clear. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.03.14 Wed, by

Grand Kanaal — interview with Axel & Boris Vervoordt

Axel Vervoordt is one of the most influential interior designers of his generation but he started his career as a collector and art dealer. In recent years, Axel has returned to this with his son Boris, who leads the gallery in Antwerp and Hong Kong, as well the company’s architecture and design business. >> Read more
Think, 2017.03.21 Tue, by

Over There, Right Now

The Mainland and Hong Kong aren’t the same story. And yet, at this historical juncture, the two are connected. >> Read more
Think, 2016.12.08 Thu, by

Wet Ontology: Thoughts on Ocean Space

The ocean space borrows its designation as a non-space from the fact that it is by law a no-man’s-land: the sea belongs to everyone and to no one. >> Read more
Commentary, 2016.08.11 Thu, by

The Difference Between Two Smiles: Gentrification in Beijing

I try to understand how an artist, a designer, an architect, a writer, a poet, or any other “creative” individual should go about this kind of activity in order to bring his or her own work and practice into this kind of context. >> Read more

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