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Extra, 2014.08.20 Wed, by

“The Male Artist and Female Art”: Wang Keping and Ai Weiwei– A New York Affair

This was originally a true story. The time was the morning of the December 1, 1985; it was at a museum in New York. “Female Art” was the performance artist Linda Montano, and the translator was Ai Weiwei. The sculptor is, naturally, myself... >> Read more
Extra, 2014.06.26 Thu, by

Horizon and Distance: Landseasky

Representing space in “LANDSEASKY” demonstrates that an objective view is rarely a truly neutral view. For the artist, space signifies a responsibility to memorialize, as well as to represent... >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.02.17 Mon, by

Interview with gallerist Simon Lee

One of London's leading contemporary art gallerists, Simon Lee opened his eponymous gallery in 2002 and fortuitously expanded to Hong Kong in 2012, where the gallery has quickly gained a reputation for rigorously curated exhibitions of leading international artists including Cindy Sherman, Angela Bulloch and Hans Peter Feldmann. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.10.11 Fri, by


Rising to global prominence in the early 1990s, Gabriel Orozco (b. 1962) is today one of the foremost contemporary artists who lives in Mexico City, New York and Paris and inspired by his many travels all over the world, his works span a variety of practices: painting, photography, installation and sculpture. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.06.14 Fri, by

My Name is Bond, James Bond

Girolamo Marri is not a fan of Bond James Bond. His review launches several glistening bullets at the invincible character of Mr. Bond, leaving a few tears in his perfectly tailored suit and impeccably coiffed hair. >> Read more
Art World, 2011.07.08 Fri, by

Arbitrary Dimensions

On Taikang Space 51m2 in Beijing. >> Read more
Art World, 2010.11.30 Tue, by

“Great Performances” at Pace Beijing

Despite the extraordinary range of works presented, "Great Performances" feels like an opportunity missed. >> Read more

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