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2017.08.04 Fri, by

A4 Art Museum in Chengdu: Beyond the Edifice and the Artifice

A4 seems to grasp the concept of a museum in a holistic way. They see the museum not as merely an exhibition hall, a landing strip for some exhibition created elsewhere, shipped in like a travelling circus. >> Read more
2017.06.01 Thu, by

Han Bing, “Neighborhood Institutions-Paths, Nodes and Enclaves”, ANTENNA SPACE, Shanghai

In Han Bing’s new paintings, fragments of urban space appear as portraits. Torn posters and sprayed tags and coils of chain-link fence coalesce into veritable personalities—not faces, nothing recognizable, but the sense is there nonetheless. There’s a whole genre of art and film in which the personification of architecture allows personal dramas to play out […] >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.05.05 Fri, by

Interview: Lorenz Helbling

Since opening ShanghART in the lobby of a hotel in Shanghai in 1996, Lorenz has been friend and mentor to scores of artists, including Ding Yi, Zeng Fanzhi, Yu Youhan, Zhao Bandi, Xu Zhen, and Birdhead, among many others. Sardonic and understated, Helbling’s Swiss roots are routinely noted but as Zhou Tiehai comments, “Lorenz has long been one of us”. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.03.22 Wed, by

Holzwege – 20 Years of ShanghART

For a long time ShanghART’s home was the M50 art district, on the banks of Suzhou Creek, a much smaller version of Beijing’s Dashanzi 798. Galleries at M50 would come and go but ShanghART’s presence, along with the mostly local artists it represented—including Ding Yi, Zhang Enli and Xu Zhen—remained constant. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.03.02 Thu, by

A Grandiose Mess

Step into a packrat’s lair, and you see wall-to-wall clutter choking up the space. Hoarding can be such a compulsive psychological disorder that it debilitates a person’s social functioning and sense of reality. >> Read more
Interviews, 2017.01.10 Tue, by

“THE KING AND I”
Shanghai Gallery of Art

The King and I is a journey across space and time. It is about a far away Palace and its imaginary stories, transposed like a labirynth or a dream to Shanghai. >> Read more
Think, 2016.05.31 Tue, by

On Entropy in Marfa

On a recent visit to Marfa, I found myself musing on the relationship between Judd’s fervent vision for permanence and the natural environment that moves it.
 

 
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Think, 2016.01.08 Fri, by

Winter Discovery 2015

Following the group exhibition project Summer Discovery in 2014, A Thousand Plateaus Art Space will present the annual group exhibition Winter Discovery by the turn of year 2015 to 2016. >> Read more
Think, 2015.11.28 Sat, by

Why Abstract Painting still Matters
– recent London Shows

Four recent shows in London remind us why “abstract” painting remains compelling for understanding what painting is. Each show eschewed the decorative “tail-feather” displays of what is now commonly known as "zombie abstraction." >> Read more
Think, 2015.11.02 Mon, by

“We all just need to relax”—sound bites from ACAW

Quotes from the Field Meeting at Asian Contemporary Art Week 2015 in New York—a week featuring talks, exhibition openings and other events in an effort to convene different facets of what is a mixed and widely spread field in the US ("Asian" being a blanket term), and encourage exchange... >> Read more

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