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2014.01.29 Wed, by

Notes on 2013—the Beijing Slant

The passing twelve months have seen the greater Chinese scene piqued by scandal, pressure and anti-climax and sprinkled only lightly, it seemed, with really effective art. 2013 felt like a tense and ambivalent year. >> Read more
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, 2013.11.29 Fri, by

Site-specific: Can Yavuz explains his Gallery’s Commitment to the Local

Yavuz Fine Art breaks the boundaries of convention and zeroes in on issues pertinent to the region. In the opening week of the Singapore Biennale, Iona Whittaker met Can Yavuz at the gallery, close to the Singapore Art Museum. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.05.15 Wed, by

17% Increase in Confidence in Chinese Contemporary Art Market

ArtTactic Chinese Contemporary Act Confidence Survey reveals that the primary market is strengthening against a weakening auction market which bodes well for the long-term health of the art market as a whole. >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.12.17 Mon, by

Tang Contemporary Art

Beijing Stockroom PAST FEATURED EXHIBITIONS Huang Yongping “Leviathanation” – 2011 Tracing the Milky Way “Leviathanation” by Chinese-French artist Huang Yongping was a featured spectacle of the group show curated by then-UCCA director Jérôme Sans. The enormous work is a composition of a ferocious fiberglass fish head mounted on a replica of Mao Zedong’s private train, […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2012.06.04 Mon, by

Interview with Elisabeth de Brabant

And there are tremendous artisans in the Chinese market. It would be amazing to see contemporary porcelain. The Koreans are doing very interesting porcelain in contemporary art. It would be nice to be able to go back into woodwork craftsmanship. Chinese contemporary art is getting back into Chinese ink. I think it will happen in time, but it would be nice to see more usage of their ancestry and different crafts. >> Read more
Interviews, 2011.10.24 Mon, by

Interview with Elisabeth de Brabant

Elisabeth de Brabant came to Shanghai in 2004 and soon began working in the then nascent M50 art district. In 2008 she established her own art advisory firm and gallery. Here de Brabant talks with Randian about growing up in a family of New York collectors, the nature of galleries and the problems of the China art market. >> Read more
Interviews, 2011.04.12 Tue, by

Interview with Josh Baer of The Baer Faxt

Chris Moore spoke with Josh Baer, discussing how he does what he does, and solicited his opinion of the VIP virtual art fair, art funds, gallery-collector ‘loans,’ and the difficult question of art market transparency. >> Read more
艺术世界, 2011.03.11 Fri, by

Zaijian! Guy Ullens says goodbye to UCCA

So Guy Ullens is leaving the UCCA, selling his collection, lamenting failures and withdrawing from China. Does it really matter? Is UCCA such an important institution? Should a foreign-owned museum be attempting to define the debate about contemporary art in China? Or is Ullens just running away from failure? >> Read more
艺术世界, 2010.10.24 Sun, by

Talking With Elizabeth de Brabant

Elisabeth de Brabant came to Shanghai in 2004 and soon began working in the then nascent M50 art district. In 2008 she established her own art advisory firm and gallery. Here de Brabant talks with Randian about growing up in a family of New York collectors, the nature of galleries and the problems of the China […] >> Read more

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