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2016.05.05 Thu, by

Japan-Taiwan: Cross-Cultural Yearnings at Aura Gallery

In the 1980s, photographers Juan I-Jong and Suda Issei traveled to the other’s country in search of fresh photographic subjects. >> Read more
2014.08.31 Sun, by


Intimacy, Mediated is an experimental project featuring works by artists Sunday Lai, Eric Tsang and Solomon Yu. >> Read more
2019.05.02 Thu, by

Review: Doug Aitken at Faurschou Foundation Beijing

Internet and smart phone technologies have led to sweeping change in society in our lifetime, forcing us to wrestle with new modes of thinking about and experiencing time, space, and speed, whereby our intellectual and emotional responses to past, present, and future are constantly shifting. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.05.12 Sat, by

Larger than Life—AA Bronson and Alvin Li in Conversation

Perhaps no one in the western art world today has more to say about a whole host of topics, from independent publishing, to queer history, to dealing with loss and hope, than AA Bronson. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.08.16 Tue, by

Ye Funa: Nailhenge

The turn from “Family Album” to “Curated Nails” marks Ye’s transition from a research-oriented practice based on texts and history to a participatory one drawing from the realities of everyday life. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.05.28 Sat, by

LA, the New Art Frontier

It is a mistake to compare LA with New York, Beijing or London, because Los Angeles is what they are not. It is their idiosyncratic counterpoint. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.04.29 Fri, by

Of Gentrifiers and Rice

A look at SLEEP CENTER's recent dual exhibition >> Read more
Interviews, 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
Interviews, 2013.03.08 Fri, by

DOWNTOWN – A View of New York’s Lower East Side

Organized in New York for the gallery’s Shanghai space, DOWNTOWN is a group exhibition featuring eight artists whose work exemplifies the alternative scene in New York City’s burgeoning Lower East Side art district. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.01.25 Fri, by

Made in Prison: Interview with Kang Wanhua

Boers-Li Gallery is currently holding a unique exhibition entitled “Made in Prison” which features the extraordinary artist Kang Wanhua. The show exhibits over sixty drawings he made while in prison during the latter part of the 1970s. >> Read more