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Watchlist: Liu Ding  
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10/15/11 Posted 10/15/11

(Image: Liu Ding, Nº 10, oil on canvas, 60cm x 90cm; © Liu Ding's Store) Liu Ding (b. 1976, Changzhou Jiangsu Province, China) The critique waged by the work of Beijing-based artist Liu Ding is best characterized as viral. Through his practice, which crosses genres fluidly and includes photography, sculpture, installation, painting and performance, the artist questions the various signs and structures used to confer value and meaning onto artworks. These include pricing schemes, the artist's sign... [more]

Liang Weizhou: On Our China Watchlist  
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8/30/11 Posted 8/30/11

(Image: Liang Weizhou , Farmer’s House, 2008/2010, pigment print on fine art paper; © M97 Gallery) Liang Weizhou  (b. 1962, Shanghai, China) The Shanghainese painter, best known over the past twenty years for his expressionist paintings, has been gaining critical acclaim and exposure for his new body of photography-based works. Furthering in a long tradition of artists exploring the possibilities found between painting and photography, Liang Weizhou’s photographic works can be seen as a dir... [more]

20110829081911-lu-jun Review of Lu Jun & Sun Ji -- Two Solo Exhibitions  
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Sun Ji, LU Jun at M97 Gallery August 1st, 2009 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 8/29/11

Lu Jun’s large-scale photography works use the three fundamental elements of Chinese landscape painting - water, ink, and paper - combined with techniques of modern photography to create poetic landscapes that flow in both form and color. Lu Jun’s motivation as an artist is to create rather than to imitate, using the tools available to him as a contemporary photography artist. Water and ink captured in photographs, and under the artist’s control, blend together in dreamy clouds of color reinte... [more]

The Art of Van I-Pong (24 July - Dec 2010)  
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9/23/10 Posted 9/23/10

(Excerpt from 'Art Museum Institute of Chinese Studies Hong Kong Presents The Art of Van I-Pong' posted on museumpublicity.com, Sep 2010. Found on http://museumpublicity.com/2010/09/15/art-museum-institute-of-chinese-studies-presentsthe-art-of-van-i-pong/) An exhibition on beautiful landscapes of Hong Kong and Canada. This one-man show of Van I-pong (1917-1994), open through December 2010, presents works from two major periods of his life, first in Hong Kong from 1949 till 1984 and second in Canada from 19... [more]

Parcelles__ph_m_res di.Lo Digital PhotoGraphic ArtWorks  
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di.Lo - Eugenia di Lorenzo - at That Gallery June 27th, 2010 - June 27th, 2010
Posted 6/1/10

"Stabs of light opening endless distances " More than pictures, the works of di.Lo travel in a world of textures, plots of ephemeral lights that intersect in abstract ethereal cosmic landscapes. Avant-garde art works that gently delineate swirls of color that aim to capture the interactions between light and a subject that transforms reality into an ephemeral form. [more]

Peach_flower Outstanding Chinese Contemporary Art Bignames  
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Yang Shao Bin, Zheng Zai Dong, Zhou Tie Hai, Yu You Han, Tang Mao Hong, zhang jian, Sun Liang, Yuki Onodera, Xue Song, Zhou Chun Ya, Yin Chao Yang, Ding Yi at R1701 B23 N59 Moganshan Rd. Shanghai, China October 29th, 2009 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 10/29/09

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___-__-s Accumulation Press Release  
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Aniwar, Choi Jeong-Hwa, Billy Lee, Marvin Mintofang, Peter Sandbichler, Wu Shanzhuan, Suling Wang, Li Yao, Redxing Ye, Yeh Yi-li, Bai Yiluo, He Yunchang, Huang Zhiyang at Cao Chang Di Village December 13th, 2008 - February 16th, 2009
Posted 1/14/09

“How much accumulation of contemporary art does anyone need, anyway? he said. “You can’t compare the needs of artists with the needs of the rural poor”. Leon Golub   “Accumulation” can take many forms. It can be the repetition of one basic element, the amassing of found objects, the assemblage of multiple parts to create new combinations and associations. It can also allude to the overwhelming emotion of shared cultural knowledge of momentous events such as an Olympics or an earthquake.  Ar... [more]


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