Long March Space

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Form is the Most Political?

by Edward Sanderson
Long March Space presents a strong body of new works by Liu Wei, which seem to progressively build upon and develop various aspects of this artist’s works. The results suggest monumentality in their occupation of space while retaining an uncertainty in their inability to be defined and interpreted. This opacity of the pieces is apparently mirrored by the reticence of the artist to elaborate on them too specifically. The viewer is offered little aside from some general statements made by Liu and... [more]
Posted by Edward Sanderson on 9/17/12

A Past Enacted

by Robin Peckham
One of the many artists in greater China known for working on a slightly more subtle and sophisticated level of political discourse, Chen Chieh-jen has made for an interesting fit with the explicitly political iconography of the ongoing curatorial effort known as the Long March Project (though perhaps the relationship has been less ambiguous with the complementary gallery program Long March Space). This solo exhibition, a major landmark in Beijing exhibitions this season, consists primarily of... [more]
Posted by Robin Peckham on 1/8/11
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