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2014.05.08 Thu, by

Yang Jiechang: This Is Still Landscape Painting

墨齋 is pleased to announce its forthcoming exhibition This Is Still Landscape Painting featuring new works by artist Yang Jiechang. >> Read more
2014.05.06 Tue, by

Children Friends Getting Fat— Moving Image of Liu Xiaodong 1984–2014

The exhibition will feature over a thousand photographs taken by the artist since 1984 and several documentaries/films about him by directors both at home and from abroad... >> Read more
2014.03.28 Fri, by

Huang Zhiyang-The Phenomenology of Life: Chapters in a Course of Study

In conjunction with the National Museum of China in Beijing, where Huang's oeuvre will be subject of a solo show with the same name, Ink Studio shows Huang's most recent work. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2013.11.13 Wed, by

Michael Sullivan: More Than an Ordinary Sinologist

The vicissitudes of the era had no doubt taken their toll, but Sullivan, with an ever keen eye for art, found much to uphold his interest. No matter how messy the scene was, politically, ideologically, socially, artistically, his commitment was constant. Those of us who aspire to recording contemporary art owe a great debt to this fine, magnanimous historian. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2013.09.12 Thu, by

Carving the Unconscious

The newly established Beijing art gallery Ink Studio is delighted to announce its second exhibition, of prints and paintings in ink on paper by artist Chen Haiyan. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2013.02.16 Sat, by

Liu Xiaodong – is that all there is?

Chris Moore looks askance at the work of prominent painter Liu Xiaodong, whose solo exhibition "The Process of Painting" closed recently at Kunsthaus Graz. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2017.07.17 Mon, by

Empty-Handed, I Carry a Hoe: Wang Chuan’s Art of Non-Attachment

As part of his recent series of paintings, Wang Chuan transcribed this poem encapsulating key tenets of Buddhism (2013 No. 71). As the artist’s chosen text, we can expect it to offer insights into the paintings he created around the same time: it may be a key to understanding the series. >> Read more

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