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2012.11.30 Fri, by

The Other 80s of Wang Guangyi

Beijing Editors Iona Whittaker and Liang Shuhan examine the value, in hindsight, of Wang Guangyi's activities and first paintings in the 80s, at the juncture of art, politics, and philosophy.

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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
访谈, 2020.06.16 Tue, by

Simon Mordant
Contemporary Collector, Modern Philanthropist

Simon Mordant is one of Australia’s most prolific art collectors and philanthropists. As chair of Australia’s Museum of Contemporary Art and as Australia’s past Venice Biennale Pavilion Commissioner, Mordant has been one of the major forces driving modernization of Australia’s visual arts scene. >> Read more
访谈, 2020.05.28 Thu, by

Eyes on the Prize: The Inaugural 2020 Sigg Prize
Interview with Uli Sigg, Suhanya Raffel, M+ Director, and winner Samson Young

A prize is always as much about the giver as the receiver. This year’s inaugural Sigg Prize, successor to the esteemed Chinese Contemporary Art Award (CCAA), was as much about M+ as it was about the winner, Hong Kong’s own Samson Yung. >> Read more
访谈, 2018.09.01 Sat, by

Jeremy Everett
Proposal For A Defective Monument
Edouard Malingue Gallery, Shanghai

A slab of marble, a material associated with beauty, opulence, civilisations, tumults down a quarry, >> Read more
Think, 2018.06.14 Thu, by

Local Variants

The first was that we understand our localities better than outsiders do; and the second, was that we know better than the locals how things ought to be. This brings me to reflect again on the anxiety caused by On Practice—Northeast Asia (实践论-东北亚) a year and a half ago; it’s relevance seems pretty clear. >> Read more
Think, 2018.03.22 Thu, by

Zhang Yue
“If I Could”
GALLERY YANG

The exhibition starts with "Firing". This first part, consisting of 162 pieces of target paper, as if cobblestones along the river of war, forms a path leading to every corners of the whole show. >> Read more
Think, 2018.02.02 Fri, by

Ten Tones: Inside and Outside the Major-Minor

Led by independent curator Biljana Ciric, throngs of spectators enter this vacant villa owned by the Ming Yuan group, its spaces wafting with the scent of ancient tombs. This site-specific performance art project is affiliated with “Proposals to Surrender,” the group exhibition Ciric curated last year. >> Read more
Think, 2017.12.06 Wed, by

Polyrhythmia
Edouard Malingue Gallery

‘Polyrhythmia’ is a group exhibition revolving around the continuous global transformation of the urban landscape. >> Read more
Think, 2017.05.16 Tue, by

Open Call for Operation PRD: All the Way South Research Fund

As a unique case in the urbanization process of the PRD, the Museum designates its programming according to the history and context of the region, and devotes its programming to historicizing, presenting, and projecting the PRD’s artistic practice in critical relation to globalized mechanisms of cultural production and distribution. >> Read more

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