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2014.12.29 Mon, by

Making Visible What is Unseen

It was a timely coincidence. The 2014 United Nations Climate Change Conference was in full session in Lima, Peru when the Hong Kong Art Centre flagship exhibition “Unseen Existence: Dialogues with the Environment in Contemporary Art” opened, which seeks to offer new perspectives on ecological change... >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.12.04 Thu, by

Speaking in Tongues: a note on Sherrie Levine

What keeps these investigations compelling is the way apparently simple objects slip between categories, taking advantage of shifting relations between their meanings and physicality... >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.09.28 Sun, by

Space Station The Story of Beginning – Liang Shuo Solo Exhibition

Liang Shuo’s series of sculptures on migrant rural workers have attracted much attention since 2000. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.10.29 Tue, by

Extra Time

'Extra Time' opens as the Chronus Art Center's inaugural show in Shanghai on the 23rd of August. The show brings together new and recent work by Raqs Media Collective (New Delhi, India). >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.04.28 Sun, by


Please join us on April 25th for our 52nd exhibition at our m50 home for a multimedia delight exploring ideas of urban growth, biological design and metropolitan identity through a series of interactive artworks and installations. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.04.26 Fri, by

Avant-Garde Micro Film Festival

...When these films are collected and exhibited, they not only show their ‘micro’, but also involve abnormal ‘avant-garde’. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.03.25 Mon, by

In Grandmother’s House

Writer Luise Guest examines the banal and the beautiful in the work of Gao Rong and Dong Yuan, two Beijing-based women artists who deal with issues of memory and domesticity in their work.
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Artist profiles, 2013.03.14 Thu, by

The Afterlife of Images: Yan Lei and Zhou Tiehai

Perhaps the most misunderstood work at dOCUMENTA (13) was Yan Lei’s “Limited Art Project,” the reaction founded on preconceptions and prejudices about Chinese art – particularly painting – lazily assuming it merely riffs on Western clichés, that it is derivative and repetitive. >> Read more

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