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艺术家档案, 2014.12.15 Mon, by

Anselm Reyle: Prove Our Love

Leading Australian conceptual artist Scott Redford muses on the place of Anselm Reyle in current postmodern discourse. Reyle, born 1970, retired this year despite being one of the most prominent German artists. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2014.11.28 Fri, by

IN A TIME OF LOVE AND WAR: LI XINPING - osage

Curator Charles Merewether states, “[Li Xinping creates] elaborate scenes in which love and war seem inextricably tied to one another; >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2014.11.18 Tue, by

Sherrie Levine Solo Exhibition

New sculptures from a series of casted bronze objects will be presented. With an intention to provoke thoughts on how the market turns spiritually meaningful artworks into luxury commodities, it quite reflects the current situation of a market dominated scene of our town. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.11.03 Mon, by

Not being Me — Interview with Gavin Turk

Gavin Turk was one of the defining artists of the provocative, harum-scarum 1990s London scene, dubbed the YBAs (Young British Artists). randian recently spoke with Turk following the opening of his first exhibition in China. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.05.03 Fri, by

The Garden of Forking Paths: Exploring Independent Animation

In this show we undertake an exploration of virtual worlds and exploration of time, in the form of sequences of images moving on the screen. Animation is also one of the directest ways for artists to explore their collectively inbuilt visual culture(s). >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.12.19 Wed, by

Living on the Surface–Wang Fenghua Solo Exhibition

Living on the Surface  By Su Lei How to record the relation between art ideological trends and the society in past twenty years? What does it do with future? As a traditional artist with strong realistic approach, Wang Fenghua is free from focusing on spiritual depicts on portrait and showing off realistic techniques that of  usual […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.11.05 Mon, by

From the (Ridiculously) Sublime to the (Sublimely) Ridiculous

Paul Gladston and Ge Si Di in conversation about the Shanghai Biennale, Geng Jianyi at Minsheng Museum, and Jacques Derrida's "Glas". >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.10.28 Sun, by

Thing-In-Itself: Utopia, Pop And Personal Theology

Solo exhibition by Wang Guangyi.
Wang Guangyi has been one of the most representative artists in Chinese modernist art history since the 1980s. His artistic path embodies the complex paradoxical logic of Chinese contemporary art’s progression from its era of enlightenment to avant-gardism, postmodernism and consumerism >> Read more
Interviews, 2010.09.27 Mon, by

Yue Minjun’s Cheshire Grin

Part I – A Thousand Smiles Now for a few necessary words about a smile, specifically a man’s smile...the smile of the scholars who had accepted Diotima’s invitation and were listening to the famous artists. Although they were smiling, they were absolutely not to be suspected of doing so ironically. (The Man without Qualities by Robert Musil) >> Read more

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