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2018.07.03 Tue, by

Soft Power 2018—Female Artists’ Exhibition VI
Leo Gallery, Shanghai

Leo Gallery is pleased to present "Soft Power 2018, A Female Artists' Exhibition", as part of the Gallery's ten-year anniversary exhibition series in Shanghai. >> Read more
Extra, 2014.08.20 Wed, by

“The Male Artist and Female Art”: Wang Keping and Ai Weiwei– A New York Affair

This was originally a true story. The time was the morning of the December 1, 1985; it was at a museum in New York. “Female Art” was the performance artist Linda Montano, and the translator was Ai Weiwei. The sculptor is, naturally, myself... >> 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
Interviews, 2020.12.16 Wed, by

Ashley Bickerton
Seascapes At The End Of History

Born in Barbados in 1959, Ashley Bickerton had a peripatetic childhood across four continents, from Guyana to Ghana, on to the Balearic Islands and England, then finally Hawaii. His upbringing followed the career of his Anglo-American father, the eminent linguist Derek Bickerton, who researched creole languages and theorised on the formation of human language. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.10.11 Sun, by

“Right: to Write ________”:
Toward a Democalligraphic U-topia

So I am walking in, wandering through this dimly lit, shack-like choral site, a sort of khôrā (χώρα), the territory outside the polis also rooted in it as an invisible receptacle, a housing house. >> 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, 2020.07.26 Sun, by

Zhang Zipiao, WHITE SPACE BEIJING

We are pleased to announce that Zhang Zipiao’s second solo exhibition Blooming at WHITE SPACE BEIJING will be on view on July 18, 2020, in the gallery spaces and online program “spaces” simultaneously. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.06.17 Wed, by

Liu Xi’s Paradox

Echoes of the transgressive works of the early 2000s resound in the ceramics practice of Liu Xi (b.1986, Zibo, Shandong). Liu’s frank exploration of gender and sexuality is courageous. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.03.07 Sat, by

Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn & Clare Woods
Simon Lee Gallery, New York

Simon Lee Gallery, New York, is pleased to announce a group exhibition featuring new works by Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn, and Clare Woods. Connected through an interest in figurative representation, the exhibition brings together three artists who present the body in unconventional ways, each exploring contemporary issues surrounding gender, sexuality, society and politics, as well as addressing the long and problematic history of the male gaze. The submissive female subject typically depicted reclining, seated or kneeling, is one of the most recognizable motifs in art history. As seen in this exhibition, Dancy, McGurn, and Woods respond to this convention through disparate methods presenting the figure as alternatively dominant, vulnerable, playful, or even androgynous, restoring to their subjects a sense of agency and recontextualizing the trope for our contemporary moment. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.02.08 Sat, by

Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn & Clare WoodsSimon Lee Gallery, New York

Simon Lee Gallery, New York, is pleased to announce a group exhibition featuring new works by Mira Dancy, France-Lise McGurn, and Clare Woods. Connected through an interest in figurative representation, the exhibition brings together three artists who present the body in unconventional ways, each exploring contemporary issues surrounding gender, sexuality, society and politics, as well as addressing the long and problematic history of the male gaze. >> Read more

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