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Interviews, 2014.11.14 Fri, by

In Conversation with Ren Space

It began with a simple observation. Jung Lee saw that a significant and potential segment of collectors were not being served by the current Chinese art system. >> 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
Interviews, 2014.09.11 Thu, by

“Morning Shanghai” Talks 2014

Daniel Szehin Ho will host the “Morning Shanghai” talks (at 10 Corso Como Shanghai): Julie Chun presents an overview on contemporary Chinese art, Cesar Villalon and Sidd Perez (The Drawing Room) talk about art and the market in the Philippines, and Steven Harris (m97) will discuss art photography along with the evolving market and collector base in China. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.05.23 Fri, by

Baby Basel and HK Island Dreams

While the minimum and average quality of art displayed was noticeably higher than last year (better galleries, minimal kitsch) the art displayed was generally conservative—innovation was seldom seen... >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.02.27 Thu, by

A River Runs Through It—Chen Hangfeng’s Practice

Chen Hangfeng’s practice is one which never strays far from the issues affecting modern China. All these works however, are linked by a central theme which ties which is the idea of adaptation—how we adjust to changing environments and the role tradition plays in the face of the juggernaut of modernity.
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Interviews, 2013.10.23 Wed, by


The inaugural HUGO BOSS ASIA ART initiated by the Rockbund Art Museum (RAM) and HUGO BOSS, was announced in Shanghai in June this year. Seven emerging artists from Greater China have made the cut for the finalist。 >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.06.11 Tue, by

Post Post-Colonialism? Multitude Art Prize

randian 燃点 recently chatted over e-mail with Colin Chinnery, the director of the Multitude Art Prize, about the operation and aims of the Prize.
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Interviews, 2012.11.30 Fri, by

Commodity Synesthesia

Daniel Szehin Ho and Rebecca Catching sit down with the enigmatic artist Lee Kit to talk about his process, his work, and his identity as an artist

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Interviews, 2012.09.01 Sat, by


Ran Dian 燃点 magazine is owned and run by its editors. It was launched in 2010 in Shanghai by Chris Moore, Daniel Szehin Ho and Rebecca Catching. Publishing in Chinese and English we promote independent cultural debate in China and foster intellectual exchange between China and the rest of the world. This means independent commentary […] >> Read more
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