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2020.08.04 Tue, by

In loving memory of the late LIN Xue (1968-2020)

In loving memory of the late LIN Xue (1968-2020) >> Read more
2019.05.20 Mon, by

Memory – Group Exhibition
Leo Gallery, Hong Kong

Leo Gallery Hong Kong is delighted to present Memory, a group exhibition featuring worldwide artists working with various media, including: >> Read more
2019.03.06 Wed, by

In Memory of Lee Wen

The performance artist Lee Wen passed away on 3 March 2019, in Singapore, after having suffered from Parkinson’s Disease. He was a pioneer who defined and shaped performance art in Asia. Together with some of his peers, Lee reimagined the foundations of academic art, opening its vocabulary and techniques to a socially engaged practice. >> Read more
2018.09.05 Wed, by

The Tissue of Memory
Simon Lee
New York

Simon Lee Gallery New York is pleased to present The Tissue of Memory, a cross-generational group exhibition that considers the gesture and its history, as exemplified by the practices of Kelly Akashi, Robert Mangold, Agnes Martin, Win McCarthy, Monique Mouton, Josephine Pryde, Gary Simmons, Cy Twombly, and Heimo Zobernig. >> Read more
2017.08.16 Wed, by

Talk | Memory Machine | Tyler Coburn

To name an object is to suppress three-fourths of the enjoyment of the poem, which is composed of the pleasure of guessing little by little: to suggest . . . that is the dream. >> Read more
2016.08.24 Wed, by

“The Layers of Memory”

Hakgojae Shanghai is honored to show The Layers of Memory, Oh Se-Yeol’s first solo exhibition in mainland China on August 27 through October 23, 2016. >> Read more
2016.04.16 Sat, by

“Plastic Memory”

Sarah Crowner’s diverse practice ranges from paintings and ceramics to sculpture and theatre curtains. >> Read more
2016.02.18 Thu, by

CANDIDA HÖFER: MEMORY | Private View | Monday, 21 March, 6-8 pm | Hong Kong

After receiving critical acclaim at the State Hermitage Museum in 2015, >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2015.06.24 Wed, by

From Memory to Archive: Remembrance and Amnesia in the works of Liu Ding

Row after row of sleek black telephones on white plinths, each one indistinguishable from the next; we are reminded at first of the cold, impersonal, mass-produced objects of a factory, devoid of human traces. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2015.06.23 Tue, by

Memory Burns: OCAT Institute Beijing to Open

OCAT’s new Beijing space, the OCAT Institute, is due to open to the public on June 27th. As a non-profit academic research institution, the OCAT Institute will aim at research and publishing, archiving, and exhibition exchanges. >> Read more

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