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艺术家档案, 2020.09.23 Wed, by

The Maschkera
A story inspired by Han Feng’s new work

Jumping and whooping, men swept by in costumes covered in fabric petals, their bodies thawed into fluttering colors. It took Andy a moment to realize that their swollen, red features and black, hollowed eyes belonged to wooden masks. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2017.05.03 Wed, by
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
Commentary, 2015.12.18 Fri, by

Liu Chuang Review

The artist intends to hew to a naturalistic approach, implanting the history of natural objects within a larger context—and thus inciting our wariness of our commonplace certainty in our modernity.
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Commentary, 2014.07.24 Thu, by

The Fantasy Factory: New Works by Ye Hongxing – Art+ Shanghai Gallery

Contemporary China exists in a state of fantasy, and artist Ye Hongxing is no exception. >> Read more
Commentary, 2014.04.14 Mon, by

Alternative Easter eggs to take over lobby of Metropolitan by COMO, London

This April, Metropolitan by COMO presents ‘The Eggshibition’, a charity art installation on London’s Park Lane >> Read more
Commentary, 2014.03.12 Wed, by

PANDAMONIUM Micro-Exhibition #1: Hu Jieming + Ming Wong

A 4-Month Series of Artist Residencies, Open Studios, Micro-Exhibitions, Kunst Salons, Parties, Provocations, and a Group Exhibition Curated by Li Zhenhua and David Elliott >> Read more
Commentary, 2013.08.19 Mon, by

Arte Laguna Prize

The contest features the awarding of cash prizes, the organization of a major collective exhibition in Venice, exhibitions in international Art Galleries, collaborations with Companies, Art Residencies and the publication of a catalogue. >> Read more
Commentary, 2013.05.21 Tue, by

Inflating an Audience in West Kowloon

One of the core genre tools often deployed for exhibitions intended to invite public participation is, of course, participatory art. “Inflation!” wisely steers away from anything knotty and relational, instead opting for a more literal form of visitor-work interaction that also makes space for unorthodox relationships between visitors. >> Read more
Commentary, 2012.10.27 Sat, by

Shadows / Highlights

In spite of all gloomy prophecies to the contrary, the medium of painting has survived. On the other hand, who can still recall Joseph Beuys’s claim that the error already begins the moment an artist sets out to buy stretchers and canvas? >> Read more