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艺术家档案, 2014.12.04 Thu, by

Speaking in Tongues: a note on Sherrie Levine

What keeps these investigations compelling is the way apparently simple objects slip between categories, taking advantage of shifting relations between their meanings and physicality... >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2013.11.26 Tue, by

Glance: Shadows on the Wall Thomas Ruff’s Photograms

Thomas Ruff’s virtual darkroom might be seen as a type of Platonic cave too. For Ruff, a photograph – as opposed to a mere print, like a monotype – must exist twice. For instance, at least one negative and one print. There must be multiples. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2013.11.20 Wed, by

Interstice: Between the water and the sky at Zhujiajiao

It began with a simple impromptu invitation. The blurred yellow letters announced “Overlapping Reflection,” an apt title for a contemporary art exhibition at the water-town of Zhujiajiao in the Qingpu District on the outskirts of Shanghai. >> Read more
艺术家档案, 2013.04.04 Thu, by

From Gesture to Language Trans-Forming Practices of Art Expression

The Rockbund Art Museum of Shanghai is proud to celebrate the creative and privileged links that unite the visual arts and the practice of writing in China and in Asia. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.03.25 Mon, by

In Grandmother’s House

Writer Luise Guest examines the banal and the beautiful in the work of Gao Rong and Dong Yuan, two Beijing-based women artists who deal with issues of memory and domesticity in their work.
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Artist profiles, 2013.03.14 Thu, by

The Afterlife of Images: Yan Lei and Zhou Tiehai

Perhaps the most misunderstood work at dOCUMENTA (13) was Yan Lei’s “Limited Art Project,” the reaction founded on preconceptions and prejudices about Chinese art – particularly painting – lazily assuming it merely riffs on Western clichés, that it is derivative and repetitive. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2013.03.07 Thu, by

Yejiang / The Nightman Cometh

ShanghART Gallery (Singapore) is honoured to announce Yejiang/The Nightman Cometh - YANG Fudong Solo Exhibition. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2012.09.01 Sat, by

Paola Pivi: Share, But It’s Not Fair

I have been a Paola Pivi fan since 2000, when I first saw "Senza Titolo (Untitled)" at one of the most beautiful museums in Italy, the Castello di Rivoli, on the outskirts of Turin. "Senza Titolo" is an unframed white painting — the one on show at the Rockbund Art Museum is called "Thank You Ocean" — made of thousands of artificial pearls. It is a concentration of power, mass and beauty... >> Read more

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