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Bringing private passions into the public realm   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Hai Bo, Zhang Dali, Wang Guangle, Ai Weiwei, Qiu Xiaofei, Zhang Xiaogang, LIANG Yuanwei at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen June 14th, 2014 - September 21st, 2014
Posted 8/6/14
For the better part of their lives Henk de Heus and his wife Victoria de Heus-Zomer have worked to build up their business. The De Heus animal feed company has a hundred year history but it wasn’t until the last couple of decades that the family business from rural Barneveld boomed, becoming a world leader in animal nutrition, a multinational active in fifty countries. The de Heus-Zomer couple has invested a sizeable part of the resulting fortune in art. Since the late eighties they have col... [more]
Zhang Xiaogang, Bloodline: Big Family No. 3, via Sotheby's A slowing economy does not seem to be stalling demand in China’s growing art market. Sotheby’s Hong Kong closed Saturday with record auction sales totaling $86 million, breaking nine records for Asian artists and bringing the auction house to some $140 million in sales in the first three days of its spring auctions. Included in Saturday’s sales was Contemporary Chinese artist Zhang Xiaogang’s Bloodline: Big Fami... [more]
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In Bed with Zhang Xiaogang   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Zhang Xiaogang at Today Art Museum (TAM) December 9th, 2010 - December 26th, 2010
Posted 12/28/10
With an artist as well known as Zhang Xiaogang, it’s perhaps difficult for audience perceptions to move on from the clichés of “Chinese art” that his work has come to represent.  This issue is equally relevant for artist themselves in their quest to develop their work. Zhang’s solo show at the Today Art Museum in Beijing demonstrates the artist’s attempt to devolop and energize his signature forms. Zhang Xiaogang’s canvases since the early 1990s have been characterized by figures in th... [more]
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Minsheng Musings   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Shi Chong, Wang Chuan, Zhou Chunya, Cheng Conglin, Chen Danqing, Fei Dawei, Shao Dazhen, Peng De, Fan Dian, Jia Fangzhou, Yang Feiyun, Chao Ge, WEI Guangqing, Wang Guangyi, Hou Hanru, Lu Hong, Yu Hong, Wang Huangsheng, Wu Hung, Xu Jiang, Geng Jianyi, Yin Jinan, Zhao Li, Fang Lijun, Wang Lin, Meng Luding, Zhong Ming, Gao Minglu, Yue Minjun, Lv Peng, Wen Pulin, Zhu Qingsheng, Shu Qun, Li Shan, Jin Shangyi, Gao Shiming, Yin Shuangxi, Liao Wen, Li Xianting, Liu Xiaochun, Liu Xiaodong, Zhang Xiaogang, Li Xiaoshan, Ai Xuan, Mao Xuhui, Ding Yi, Yi Ying, Yu Youhan, Yin Zhaoyang, Luo Zhongli, Huang Zhuan at Minsheng Art Museum April 19th, 2010 - July 18th, 2010
Posted 4/26/10
      Last week saw the grand opening of the Minsheng Art Museum, an institution owned by a private bank that has been producing exhibitions for almost two years. The proper opening was given over to an exhibition entitled Thirty Years of Chinese Contemporary Art, 1979-2009, a multi-generational survey of the development of oil painting apparently devised without the help of a curator, as none was credited anywhere within the space or in the catalog. The narrative largely stuck by the now-canonical... [more]
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