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Yang Jiechang

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Whose Autonomy?   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Rigo 23, Guy Ben-Ner, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Cao Fei, Claire Fontaine, Zheng Guogu, Yang Jiechang, Kimsooja, Tiago Mata Machato, Cinthia Marcelle, Xijing Men, Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Ho Tzu Nyen, Sriwhana Spong, Nasan Tur, Richard T. Walker, Lin Yilin at Times Museum January 20th, 2013 - March 17th, 2013
Posted 3/1/13
As one of the more visible providers of a critique of the centre/periphery model of cultural development in the early 2000’s, a new exhibition by curator Hou Hanru is highly anticipated. ZiZhiQu: Autonomous Regions at the Times Museum in Guangzhou can perhaps be seen to develop this model as it applies to the cultural self-formation of individuals and groups, placing that development in contrast to a globalised institutionalisation of culture. Autonomy, then, moves across all scales in its... [more]
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Tang Reaches for the Stars   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Wang Du, Yang Jiechang, Yan Pei-Ming, Huang Yong Ping, Shen Yuan, Chen Zhan at Tang Contemporary Art Beijing March 26th, 2011 - May 14th, 2011
Posted 5/2/11
It may seem contrary, but I can’t ignore how new or renovated art spaces affect the way works are shown and received as well as how they represent a gallery’s plans and priorities. Any conclusions must remain highly speculative, but in the choices made and priorities focused upon as manifest in physical spaces, we can perhaps gain some insight into the nature of a gallery. Tang Contemporary originally opened their Beijing space in 2006 and have occupied their site with a series of large-scale... [more]
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Colour me Asia   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Gong Jian, Chen Jie, Yang Jiechang, Lee Kit, Masato Kobayashi, Jane Lee, Michael Lin, Milenko Prvacki, Liu Wei, Ding Yi, Zhao Zhao at Osage Kwun Tong May 1st, 2010 - July 10th, 2010
Posted 5/10/10
  The first thing to know about "The Burden of Representation" is that it is not, in fact, concerned with abstraction in Asia today. According to curator Eugene Tan, it is instead "about" painting, surveying the limit case of pictorial abstraction as a metonymic model for the medium as a whole. This is important because the announcement of the artist list under the banner of abstraction caused much wailing and gnashing of teeth within the Chinese art community; only after the opening did the... [more]
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