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2018.10.26 Fri, by

Polly Borland
“Polymorph”
Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney

Sullivan+Strumpf is delighted to present Polly Borland's, Polymorph, an exhibition of new work by celebrated Los Angeles-based artist. >> Read more
2018.09.13 Thu, by

SAM FALLS
303 Gallery, New York

303 Gallery is pleased to announce our first exhibition of new work by Sam Falls. >> Read more
2018.09.13 Thu, by

Wolfgang Tillmans: How likely is it that only I am right in this matter?
David Zwirner, New York

David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new and recent work by Wolfgang Tillmans across the gallery’s three locations on West 19th Street in New York. >> Read more
2018.06.01 Fri, by

Double Take: The Asia Photographs of Brian Brake and Steve McCurry
Shanghai Center Of Photography

"Double Take" presents the work of two exemplary, and hugely influential 20th-century photo essayists, the documentary photographers Brian Brake and Steve McCurry. Both Brake and, twenty years later, McCurry made their reputations as visual storytellers providing eyewitness accounts of great events. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.05.12 Sat, by

Larger than Life—AA Bronson and Alvin Li in Conversation

Perhaps no one in the western art world today has more to say about a whole host of topics, from independent publishing, to queer history, to dealing with loss and hope, than AA Bronson. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.05.11 Fri, by

MICHEL COMTE
Light III
Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing

Galerie Urs Meile is pleased to announce the first solo show of Michel Comte in China. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.05.03 Thu, by

Rose Wylie: Lolita’s House
David Zwirner, London

David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by British artist Rose Wylie spanning three floors of the gallery’s London location. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.04.26 Thu, by

Vivien Zhang: Uzumaki
House of Egorn, Berlin

Uzumaki is the name of a Japanese manga published from 1998 to 1999. Its author Junji Ito used the shape of a spiral as a form of horror. Spirals are generally regarded positively in Japanese society, so the challenge of Uzumaki was to take the mysterious pattern as larger than humanity’s capability for understanding and twist it into a terrible force. >> Read more
访谈, 2018.04.25 Wed, by

Looking Back at the Pictures Generation with Matt Mullican

Pictures Generation artist, Matt Mullican, renowned for his work with signs and flags and pioneering hypnosis performances, exhibited in China for the first time during West Bund Art & Design last November, with a special presentation of his flag works. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2018.03.22 Thu, by

Frank Auerbach’s Splintered Labyrinth

She emerges and disappears, paint swirling and eddying, pigment lush and thick. She is familiar to the painter. He has painted her dozens of times. Day turns to dusk. He puts down his brushes. >> Read more

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