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2014.08.11 Mon, by

Long Museum West Bund

About Long Museum Founded by Chinese couple collectors, Mr. Liu Yiqian and his wife, Ms. Wang Wei, the Long Museum owns two huge places for exhibition and related functions: Long Museum Pudong and Long Museum West Bund. Located respectively in Pudong New Area and Binjiang, Xuhui District, they constitute a unique ecosystem of art in Shanghai: “One City, Two […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.08.08 Fri, by

“Wu wei er wei”—or an afternoon with Wang Keping

There has been much focus on the “Stars Group” of late, as well as similar art movements like “Wu Ming” (“No Name”). But one member of the defunct art movement living in Paris is not making many waves. In fact, he seems to be making no waves at all... >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.07.11 Fri, by

Shanghai’s Power Station of Art Announces Winners of the “Emerging Curators Program”

The PSA's academic committee commenced their final assessment for PSA’s Emerging Curators Program. 21 proposals made it into the final round of deliberation, and committee members voted for the top three proposals. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.04.26 Sat, by

15 Years Chinese Contemporary Art Award(CCAA)

Chinese Contemporary Art Award(CCAA) will soon launch its 15th anniversary exhibition, “15 Years Chinese Contemporary Art Award(CCAA)”, at the Power Station of Art in Shanghai.
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Interviews, 2014.01.10 Fri, by

Johnson Chang Responds to Artists’ Allegations

In response to recent accusations leveled by Li Shan and Sun Liang, Johnson Chang of Hanart has issued a statement (reprinted here). Randian also spoke with Johnson Chang to hear his version of events. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.12.19 Thu, by

Scandal Breaks 20 Year Mystery

Scandalous allegations have rocked the art world in China in recent days, with two artists, Li Shan and Sun Liang, pointing fingers at Johnson Chang, a prominent Hong Kong dealer and owner of Hanart. It is claimed that works of art lost after the first contemporary Chinese exhibition at the 1993 Venice Biennale have been found under mysterious circumstances in Hanart’s possession. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.12.03 Tue, by

Re-discovering Zeng Fanzhi in Paris

He taps into a common sense of isolation which surpasses the boundaries of nations, culture, language, and ethnicity. The artist creates a window into the current state of Chinese society, and in some ways even affirms many Western preconceptions about China. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.09.26 Thu, by

weathered root · fleeting eternity

weathered root · fleeting eternity pertains to changes that we do to ourselves or to our surroundings. The exhibition attempts to examine the being of nature and artefact, past and present, sociocultural and symbolism. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.04.27 Sat, by

Mao Yan

As a preliminary show of Art Basel Hong Kong, Pace Beijing is presenting the solo exhibition of China’s most influential portrait artist, Mao Yan. >> Read more
Think, 2013.04.15 Mon, by

Art in the Age of Mass Production: Is the Long Museum Just Another Museum?

With money and space, the Long Museum has potential, but do they have the curatorial chops to turn a building into a museum? Despite a less-than-mind-blowing first show, it's nonetheless a good place to see a very extensive collection of Chinese art. >> Read more

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