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2017.06.21 Wed, by

Art Basel Unlimited 2017

John Baldessari's "Ear Sofa; Nose Sconces with Flowers (in Stage Setting)", 2009/2017, was the best and weirdest thing at Unlimited, including when the model got some dust in her eye >> Read more
2017.05.14 Sun, by

Art Brussels 2017

The 35th edition of Art Brussels took place from 21 – 23 April and presented 145 galleries from 28 different countries. This is the second time the fair is located at Tour & Taxis, a vast former customs warehouse in the northern part of Brussels that was built at the turn of the 20th century when Belgium was rich off the back of its colonial exploitation of central Africa. >> Read more
2017.04.21 Fri, by

ABHK 2017 UNREPORT

Reports on the art market are suddenly very hip. The art market is still such a tiny little thing compared with other markets, like pork bellies or copper, but a sufficient number of investment bank clients are involved in it to make the analysis worthwhile. The trouble is that most reports are rubbish, with a few exceptions. >> Read more
2017.03.26 Sun, by

Art Central Hong Kong 2017 report – still building

Art Central is a big tent in many ways besides the obvious. The art and the galleries are an eclectic mix, frequently more focussed on design, kitsch and decoration than engaging the competitive collecting of Art Basel acolytes and the art intelligentsia (real or pretentious). >> Read more
2016.11.09 Wed, by

Singapore artist Anthony Chin solo exhibition: Western Pacific

Mo Shang Experiment is proud to announce, in conjunction with Xiao Qi Zu, on 12th November 2016, we will be jointly introducing Singapore artist Anthony Chin's first solo exhibition . >> Read more
2016.05.28 Sat, by

LA, the New Art Frontier

It is a mistake to compare LA with New York, Beijing or London, because Los Angeles is what they are not. It is their idiosyncratic counterpoint. >> Read more
Think, 2016.05.09 Mon, by

On Art E-Commerce

This kind of psychology is much like the art industry, pushed forward as it is now by the e-commerce boom.
 
 
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Think, 2015.12.11 Fri, by

The End of Miami—
Randian’s Final Unfair Report

Miami starts with parties and champagne and ends with blood and rain. As the deluge descended and the drains spewed, we huddled around an ATM with a homeless guy, or maybe he was a performance artist or kooky billionaire—no he was just homeless. >> Read more
Think, 2015.12.04 Fri, by

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015 opening

Art Basel Miami Beach, launched in 2002, is by far the biggest and best art fair in North America, for both the quality of works presented, and their presentation. >> Read more
Think, 2015.10.19 Mon, by

Beyond Emergence: ArtBo ’15

A report on ArtBo's 11th edition in Bogota this month. >> Read more

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