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Interviews, 2016.05.20 Fri, by

Interview with Dan Graham

When I first saw Dan Graham, he stood almost anonymously by the wall, white hair and beard, a checked-flannel shirt and old cardigan.
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Interviews, 2016.05.14 Sat, by

A Temporary Coalition of Small Producers

The short duration of the "Silk Road International" exhibition was in itself a direct reflection of the corporatization of Nanjing Arts Institute Art Museum. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.04.06 Wed, by

Interview: Christian Jankowski

An interview with the artist and curator of Manifesta 11. >> Read more
Interviews, 2016.01.12 Tue, by


Established in Singapore since 1999, iPreciation is a fine art company dedicated to showcasing exquisite Modern and Contemporary Asian Art. >> Read more
Art World, 2015.12.27 Sun, by

“Jimei x Arles Photography Festival”: Recollections

"...We are watching it like a print in a tray of developer, still waiting for a clear image to materialize." >> Read more
Art World, 2015.05.05 Tue, by

Dynamic Autonomy

Manila’s contemporary art scene is often described as “dynamic,” but one wonders at the implications of the word’s overuse—and whether, in this case, if it can be fairly applied to all levels of art practice in the Philippine capital... >> Read more
Art World, 2014.11.07 Fri, by

Managing Materialism

In his most recent exhibition at Portikus Frankfurt, Simon Denny’s point of departure is a conference held by Samsung in Frankfurt in 1993, after which the company would go on to revolutionize its image and the state of the tech industry at large. >> Read more
Art World, 2014.06.26 Thu, by

TAKSU Singapore

Established in 1989, TAKSU is one of Southeast Asia’s leading contemporary art galleries and specialists. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.10.31 Thu, by

Kwan Sheung Chi: Too Simple, Sometimes Naïve

More so than whatever a prize like this might mean to the artist, however, is the question of what his success in Shanghai indicates about the Chinese art world at the moment—and, by transference, what role Hong Kong is playing in relation to this system. Whereas artists working in Hong Kong were once fond of saying... >> 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

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