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International Art Fairs Demand “Local” Focuses: Interview with Curator Tiffany Wai-Ying Beres

International Art Fairs Demand “Local” Focuses: Interview with Curator Tiffany Wai-Ying Beres

Tiffany Wai-Ying Beres thinks collectors, people in the art world, and spectators demand a "local" focus from international art fairs because they want to understand how art produced in their region is significant within the greater art-world context.
Carefree • Lofty – Dialogue about the “Carefree Excursion” by Wu Yi

Carefree • Lofty – Dialogue about the “Carefree Excursion” by Wu Yi

Wu Yi's creative idea is that the creative method depends on content. His creation is particular and independent in each period, using different ways to perform different subjects.
Interview with Liu Jin’an: Contemporary Ink Painting, Modern Art of Chinese Character?

Interview with Liu Jin’an: Contemporary Ink Painting, Modern Art of Chinese Character?

The key characteristic of contemporary ink painting, in addition to broadening the expressive space, more importantly is consideration of ink painting as a language, a kind of image, a kind of spiritual heritage and carries forward...
Shao Yiyang: I see, I am seen, I see I am seen – Three Cases of Contemporary Art in the Visual Cultural Study (Part III)

Shao Yiyang: I see, I am seen, I see I am seen – Three Cases of Contemporary Art in the Visual Cultural Study (Part III)

Visibility is from knowledge; from spirituality; from the arts; from the freedom given by transparent society mechanisms...
Shao Yiyang: I see, I am seen, I see I am seen – Three Cases of Visual Cultural Study in Contemporary Art (Part II)

Shao Yiyang: I see, I am seen, I see I am seen – Three Cases of Visual Cultural Study in Contemporary Art (Part II)

How much can we see? What blinds our eyes? Who spies on us? How great is our social visibility after all? Darkness symbolizes ignorance and stupidity, while the significance of enlightenment is to...
Shao Yiyang: I see, I am seen, I see I am seen – Three Cases of Visual Cultural Study in Contemporary Art (Part I)

Shao Yiyang: I see, I am seen, I see I am seen – Three Cases of Visual Cultural Study in Contemporary Art (Part I)

As individuals, we are both the subject to be seen, and the object to be seen. The depth of our thinking depends on the perspective or vision...
Xu Bing: A Preface to the “Mutual Affinity” Exhibition

Xu Bing: A Preface to the “Mutual Affinity” Exhibition

It’s really interesting, the exchanges between thought and spirit, and it sometimes needs to be stimulated, sometimes to look one way and row another, sometimes to be pushed into a dead angle, sometimes to be protected as it is gentle as the tentacles of a snail, never hurt it which perhaps draws back for ever,...
Liu Libin: Floating Wall, Moving Sound

Liu Libin: Floating Wall, Moving Sound

The reality and fiction are two extremities of the “physical form”, behind which lies the fascination of Yu Fan for extremities. Frankly speaking, Yu Fan is endless interested in the border of things which is an important quality possessed by an excellent artist. This “light and careful touch” is related to the atmosphere of vigor...
A Man and His City: Review by Yi Ying on Zhou Jirong’s Works

A Man and His City: Review by Yi Ying on Zhou Jirong’s Works

His serigraphs are printed in the rough canvas with some hand-drawn effects, at the same time adding clay onto the screen, which created the latest works “Mirage” series, still an extension of the urban objects, which seem to be a memory of the changes of a city, bringing about a spiritual response and urban attitude....