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Interviews, 2014.05.08 Thu, by

Davidoff Art Dialogue:
Collecting Art in China

Chinese collectors are counted on in the world, and many international galleries have opened here. Yesterday was Christie’s inaugural auction in Mainland China, taking place in Shanghai. So who are the Chinese collectors, and what are their priorities? >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.01.06 Mon, by

Absent Pleasure: Taryn Simon

Withholding all personal emotion, Taryn Simon has erected a highly elaborate stage. The irony of this acute, deeply researched and detailed site is that it defines negative space. In this un-delineated space, imagination, empathy, curiosity, suspicion, relief, horror, awe—indeed all potential reactions—play out. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.03.06 Wed, by

The Lethe Machine — Yang Fudong and Wang Jianwei

As consumers of cinema, as addicts, we mainline film’s nostalgia, the way it seduces our caved Platonic souls to believe in brusque impressions. We feel the awkwardness of cinematic ghosts, even empathize with them, blinding ourselves like Oedipus.... >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.12.21 Fri, by

Esther Schipper – Interview

Esther Schipper, one of the most influential gallerists in Europe, represents many of the artists who have come to dominate the intellectual scene in what is often described as “relational aesthetics,” a term Schipper herself eschews. >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.06.19 Tue, by

Yun-Fei Ji’s “Water Work”

A brief review of Yun-Fei Ji's solo exhibition "Water Work" at UCCA, bringing together a series of intricate narrative ink works dating from the last decade to the present day. >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.06.15 Fri, by

In Absentia: Gu Dexin

“The Important Thing is Not the Meat” must be one of the most keenly anticipated Chinese shows of 2012. It is a grand exhibition not only by virtue of looking back over the career of Gu Dexin — very arguably China’s greatest conceptual artist thus far — but also because Gu himself has, to all accounts, quit art... >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.06.14 Thu, by

The Handover

As ARTHK slowly turns into Art Basel, Randian takes stock >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.03.22 Thu, by

Possible Pleasure

Iona Whittaker reviews Pipilotti Rist's recent show "Eyeball Massage" at the Minsheng Museum, questioning how the retrospective presents Rist's work in a more benign fashion. >> Read more
Think, 2012.02.21 Tue, by

Dead Rabbit Awards

There was one clear choice. Liu Wei's complex conceptual jungle "Trilogy" at the Minsheng Art Museum, blended painting, sculpture and electronics, the museal space itself to meditate on modernism, China, Beijing, the road to his studio and his own practice. >> Read more
Interviews, 2011.09.29 Thu, by

Sans Song: Interview with Jérôme Sans

Ioan Whittaker talks with the director of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) in Beijing, Jérôme Sans, about his time at the institution. >> Read more

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