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2019.05.11 Sat, by

THE TWENTY-EIGHT PERCENT – Art Brussels 2019

THE TWENTY-EIGHT PERCENT by Sara Kramer At this year’s Art Brussels press conference, it was announced as a positive development that 28 % of the participating artists at this year’s fair were women. To be fair, it is in fact an improvement in comparison to last year where it was only 21 %. Despite the […] >> Read more
2019.04.02 Tue, by

HUGO BOSS ASIA ART 2019—Four Finalist Artists to be Announced

the finalist artists of the fourth edition of the HUGO BOSS ASIA ART Award are: Hao Jingban (China), Hsu Che-Yu (Taiwan), Eisa Jocson (Philippines) and Phan Thảo Nguyên (Vietnam). >> Read more
2019.03.08 Fri, by

Carolee Schneemann (1934–2019)

Schneemann was one of the most significant artists of the postwar period. Her work forever redefined our understanding of the body, desire, violence, sexuality, and gender, and remains of crucial importance for the study of feminist art histories. >> Read more
2019.01.24 Thu, by

2019 (Spring) Research and Creation Fellowship
Call for Proposals

This year Chronus Art Center (CAC) opens its Lab for the new 3-month Research and Creation Fellowship. This program is designed to host one international artist and researcher of extraordinary talents in the area of new media art in order to conduct research and creation at Chronus Art Center (CAC), Shanghai. The 2019 Spring Research and Creation Fellowship aims to foster global exchange while advancing the discourse and practice of new media art, and contribute to CAC's research and educational mission as well as the institution's future collection. >> Read more
2018.09.28 Fri, by

Taipei Dangdai 2019 Gallery List Announced

Taipei Dangdai announces a stellar line up of 90 galleries from across the globe, to kick off the 2019 art world calendar. The first edition of the fair attracts a strong participation of leading international galleries who will exhibit in Taipei for the first time, whilst showcasing the very best of Asia. >> Read more
2018.05.14 Mon, by

Open Call: Banyan Commune Artist Residency Project 2018-2019

Banyan Commune is a unique phenomenon of community life and civil culture in southern China, a gathering place traditionally served as a community center for the neighborhood. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2021.10.02 Sat, by

Rui Matsunaga and the Myth of Survival
– an interview with Alice Gee

by Alice Gee Rui Matsunaga – The Myth of Survival Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation (13/14 Cornwall Terrace, Regent’s Park, London) September 10–November 26, 2021 Rui Matsunaga, a Japanese artist based in Yamaguchi, is obsessed with the end of the world. Over five years she has examined the ‘apocalypse’ through various perspectives: the works of Dürer, animism, tribal and religious myths, and […] >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2021.06.19 Sat, by

Wind H Art Center Opened A New Exhibition “To Be the Better One —The Method-ology of the New Generation” Presenting A Diverse Dialogue With The New Generation

From June 20th to September 7th, 2021, Wind H Art Center will present the exhibition “To Be the Better One —The Methodology of the New Generation New Work, New Identity, New Life, New Direction”. This exhibition will shed light on the novel artistic phenomena presented by the most representative new generation of artists in the […] >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2021.02.18 Thu, by

Lindy Lee at MCA Australia, Sydney
Replicas, postmodernism and ‘bad copies’

Grainy, velvety black photocopies of famous faces – portraits by Jan Van Eyck, Rembrandt, Ingres, Artemisia Gentileschi and others from the western art historical canon – were arranged in rows or grids. They gazed out from behind layers of acrylic paint, or wax that had been partially scraped back. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2021.02.18 Thu, by

Thinh Nguyen’s American Road

by Thinh Nguyen Publication was made possible with the support of the Nguyen Art Foundation In Ran Dian’s continuing series on going on a walk, we join artist Thinh Nguyen on his current journey across America from Los Angeles to New York, though it involves more driving than walking. We will follow Thinh as he […] >> Read more

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