Monthly Archives: March 2016

Cao Fei Tackles the Numbing State of Modernity in Her Solo Show at MoMA PS1 via artnet news

Kathleen Massara, Thursday, March 31, 2016 IMG_Cao Fei, Whose Utopia (2006). Image: Courtesy of artist and Vitamin Creative Space. Cao Fei, Cosplayers Series: A Ming at Home (2004). Image: Courtesy of artist and Vitamin Creative Space. When people in New York talk about Cao Fei, it’s usually in terms of her identity. She’s Chinese. She’s from an industrial city. […]

South Korea Guest of Honour at Art Paris 2016 via artnet news market story

Emily Nathan, Thursday, March 31, 2016 on artnet news See the Highlights of Art Paris 2016 IMG_Joon Kim’s Somebody-018, 2015 (Park Ryu Sook Gallery)   Art Paris Art Fair takes place at the Grand Palais. Photo: © Emmanuel Nguyen Ngoc. Torrential rain has never stopped the international press corps—and members from around the world braved a […]

Painting by numbers: a price put on China’s art market, but what value? via South China Morning Post

PUBLISHED : Monday, 28 March, 2016, 8:00am UPDATED : Monday, 28 March, 2016, 8:00am IMG_Chinese artist Cui Ruzhuo, the country’s best-selling living artist. Photo: AFP The serenity of Cui Ruzhuo’s ink landscapes is a far cry from the turmoil of China’s contemporary art market. But he can bank on his own status as the country’s […]

Sotheby’s Announces Asian Design Selling Exhibition via blouin artinfo

BY Samuel Spencer | March 24, 2016 IMG_”Beyond the Image 014-18″ and “Beyond the Image 04-17,” 2014, by Choi Byung Hoon Credit: Courtesy Sotheby’s Comprising nearly 50 works of contemporary design, Sotheby’s latest selling exhibition, “Asian Design: China, Japan, Korea,” opens next month in conjunction with auction house’s Hong Kong spring sales. Leading the exhibition […]

Your Guide to Hong Kong’s Museums, Galleries, and Alternative Spaces via Artsy

ARTSY EDITORIAL BY FRANCES ARNOLD on MAR 16TH, 2016 10:56 PM IMG_David Drebin, Hong Kong Lights, 2010. Image courtesy of Contessa Gallery. Hong Kong is widely considered the financial nexus of Asia, evidenced by its cohort of towering skyscrapers that multiply on the daily. Pair the city’s robust, trade-based economy with its complex cultural history, which blends Chinese […]

Cai Guo-Qiang lights up Doha show with alternative look at Chinese art via The Art Newspaper

Artist hopes to refocus critical discussions onto the work itself with an exhibition featuring 15 of his compatriots at Qatar Museums by PAC POBRIC  |  16 March 2016 IMG_Cai Guo-Qiang wants the Doha exhibition to focus on the art itself Photo Shu-Wen Lin, courtesy Cai studio The Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang, who is best known […]

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