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2015.08.14 Fri, by

Yan Xing: “Thief”

Galerie Urs Meile Beijing is delighted to announce the opening of artist Yan Xing’s latest exhibition, Thief. This exhibition will feature a series of new works in a variety of different media, including installation, video, photography, space, and design. The works explore negativity, resistance, and order in many layers throughout the process of artistic language. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.09.25 Thu, by

New Museums in China: the LV bags of architecture, or something more?

With over 5000 museums built in the past decade or so, China is experiencing a museum boom of epic proportions. Cynics can point at how, on the one hand, these structures are just empty shells containing a motley crew of poorly presented artifacts... >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.05.07 Wed, by

Life for Huang Zhiyang

"The Phenomenology of Life: Chapters in a Course of Study” at the National Museum of China was the latest major exhibition by Taiwanese artist Huang Zhiyang. In this profile, he relates his experience of becoming an artist, and his continuing journey into self-expression and understanding... >> Read more
访谈, 2013.09.12 Thu, by

Hu Qingyan on Sculpture’s Art of the Incomplete

An interview with young sculptor Hu Qingyan, whose works explore the possibilities and limitations of different media—which include wood, marble and clay—and the effects of their transformation from one form to another.
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访谈, 2013.03.20 Wed, by

Li Gang: Lateral Edge

The gap between “method” and “methodology” is a wide one. Whilst the first describes a distinct path through a given problem, the second bleeds through its additional letters into the realm of philosophy, “underlying principles” and uncertain outcomes >> Read more

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