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2016.07.14 Thu, by

Magic Hour – Group Exhibition of Nogah Engler, Tom Gidley, Lu Song & Troika

Galerie Huit is delighted to present the summer group exhibition, Magic Hour, featuring new and recent paintings and a mixed media work by Tom Gidley, Nogah Engler, Troika and Lu Song. >> Read more
2016.05.04 Wed, by


Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong is pleased to present “Hello Stranger”, the first solo exhibition dedicated to Swedish artist Klara Kristalova in Hong Kong, and her fifth solo show with the Gallery (Miami, Paris and New York). The importance of being prepared Klara Kristalova’s first name means cope in Swedish and the individuals in her art […] >> Read more
2015.12.14 Mon, by


Valerie Snobeck's sculptural practice uses the modes of entropy, loss, accumulation and displacement as if they were techniques. >> Read more
2015.11.21 Sat, by

Kurt Ralske – Faceness

03.12.2015 – 23.01.2016 Opening December 3th in presence of the artist, from 6 to 9 pm Axel Vervoordt Gallery is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition of video artist Kurt Ralske (°New York, 1967). Kurt Ralske is a Manhattan-based artist who uses digital distortions to question the inner foundations of our process of visual […] >> Read more
2015.09.17 Thu, by

Nam June Paik: The Late Style (1996–2006)

Randian is pleased to share an essay by leading Nam June Paik scholar, John G. Hanhardt, commissioned by Gagosian Gallery for the exhibition catalogue. >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.05.20 Wed, by

“The World Has Became More Difficult to Represent”: an Interview with Yinka Shonibare

An interview with Yinka Shonibare on the occasion of a new solo show in New York at James Cohan, in which the artist looks to new directions.. >> Read more
Interviews, 2015.04.08 Wed, by

He An Armenia

Tang Contemporary Art is delighted to announce the solo exhibition of He An after a four-year hiatus. He An will present his views on truth, timeline and legend involving a new series of installations. >> Read more
Think, 2015.04.08 Wed, by

Lady Liberty Loses the Lead

He painted not only one, but four versions of “Liberty leading the people”. Zeng Fanzhi’s “Louvre Project” throws out a big hook that I can neither swallow nor spit out again. So many questions: Why four versions? Why has Lady Liberty become a statue... >> Read more
Think, 2014.06.11 Wed, by

Moments: Dai Mouyu Needle-Ink-Pen on Paper Solo Exhibition

FQ Projects is very proud to present Dai Mouyu’s latest needle-ink-pen on paper works solo exhibition — “Moments” on 15th June. This exhibition runs till 1st August. >> Read more
Think, 2012.10.08 Mon, by

Matt Hope

Saamlung announces a new solo installation project from artist Matt Hope. For his first solo presentation in Asia after five years working in Beijing, the artist will create a disorienting sensation of contrasting experience with an apparatus that simultaneously focuses the viewer on the physical experience of the gallery space while also transforming it into […] >> Read more

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