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2012.11.07 Wed, by

Painting On and On: 2. Automatic Banana

"As the field of Contemporary Art broadens, the boundaries become more blurred, but Painting continues to light the way." >> Read more
2020.10.30 Fri, by

Xie Nanxing: “A Roll of the Dice”, Galerie Urs Meile Beijing

Galerie Urs Meile is pleased to announce the Xie Nanxing solo exhibition A Roll of the Dice. The exhibition unfolds around the artist’s recent thinking on “waiting” and “randomness,” presenting works from three series: What to Exhibit (2017), Seven Portraits (2018), and A Theater of Waiting (2019). >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.09.23 Wed, by

The Maschkera
A story inspired by Han Feng’s new work

Jumping and whooping, men swept by in costumes covered in fabric petals, their bodies thawed into fluttering colors. It took Andy a moment to realize that their swollen, red features and black, hollowed eyes belonged to wooden masks. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.09.09 Wed, by

Philippe Parreno: “Manifestations”

Manifestations is Philippe Parreno’s eighth solo exhibition with Esther Schipper. It includes works spanning various media: a granular soundtrack, a CGI film, atmospheric sensors, robotic systems, computer code, ice and water. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2020.07.26 Sun, by

Mark Ryden: “Anima Animals”

Kasmin and Perrotin are delighted to announce a jointly organized exhibition of new works by American painter Mark Ryden (b. 1963, United States). Featuring approximately forty works from the artist’s latest series, Anima Animals, the exhibition will be on view at Perrotin’s Shanghai gallery from July 3, 2020. This also marks the artist’s first solo show in China. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.06.28 Sun, by

Professor Guo Yaxi: Reticence in Transformation

Tianjin, just half an hour by train from Beijing, is said to be the most inconspicuous of China’s municipalities. This is perhaps surprising, given the fact that it is the first city in Northern China to be exposed to modern culture, experiencing a glamorous era in the period following 1860 when it became a treaty port. Tianjin is the epitome of modernity with “Chinese characteristics”. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.06.20 Sat, by

Marion Baruch: Letting go endless blooming

Galerie Urs Meile is delighted to announce the first solo exhibition of the artist Marion Baruch (*1929 Timişoara, Romania, lives and works in Gallarate, Italy) at the Lucerne gallery. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.03.16 Mon, by

Lu Yang Devil Kaiju Kills Painting !
(Marilyn Manson says hi)

Lu Yang’s ‘debut’ and Chen Tianzhou’s ‘Backstage Boys’ at BANK stimulate the senses to the point of overload. The gallery is a kitsch carnival where, for instance, the rock star Marilyn Manson is depicted as an ‘enchanting, vicious snake demon’ who resists the fiery attack launched by the Cabalesh Brothers >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.01.13 Mon, by

Natee Utarit & Nadiah Bamadhaj
Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore

To inaugurate its 10-year anniversary celebration in Singapore, Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) kicks off the year with two special solo presentations by Natee Utarit and Nadiah Bamadhaj. RKFA is pleased to announce two highly anticipated exhibitions titled DÉJÀ VU: Your Past is My Future by Natee Utarit (b.1970) & Dreaming Desire by Nadiah Bamadhaj (b.1968) at RKFA Singapore. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.12.03 Tue, by

Li Jingxiong X Nik Kosmas
Sifang Art Museum, Shanghai Pop-up

by Alice Gee Sifang Art Museum Shanghai pop-up (Jing’An District) 8 Nov.-8 Dec. 2019 I stand beside three large rings mounted on white platforms at equidistant intervals. Nik Kosmas is talking about 13 years ago and being 20 someplace else. ‘I’m 21!’ I blurt out. I edge back and hope one of Li Jingxiong’s tarpaulins […] >> Read more

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