22. 12. 2013

Liu Ding – Samples From The Transition – Products

Samples From The Transition is an ongoing inter-related series of installation works by Liu Ding, a Chinese artist whose work examines the commodity status of the art object. Originally commissioned for the Second Guangzhou...

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22. 12. 2013

Chinese Artist in $80 Million Forgery Scandal Says He’s Innocent

In the 1980s, Pei-Shen Qian, the painter at the center of an $80 million art forgery case, used to set up his easel near Manhattan’s West Fourth Street and hustle. Qian, a Chinese...

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22. 12. 2013

2013 Prince Claus Award to Lu Guang

2013 Prince Claus Awards Committee on Lu Guang Lu Guang (1961, Yongkang) is a photographer who investigates the impact of rapid industrialisation on human lives in China today. Through his photojournalistic case studies...

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22. 12. 2013

THE ONE THING JACKIE CHAN AND AI WEIWEI (ALMOST) HAVE IN COMMON

Action star Jackie Chan has claimed he’s never heard of artist Ai Weiwei, which is, needless to say, a pretty ridiculous claim for many reasons. Both Ai and Chan are world-famous Chinese figures of almost the same...

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22. 12. 2013

The Met’s ink-themed Chinese art show

Ink Art is the Met’s first major Chinese contemporary art. The exhibition examines the creative output of a selection of artists from the 1980s to the present “who have fundamentally altered inherited Chinese tradition...

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22. 12. 2013

Ink Tank

ONE MET. MANY WORLDS. The Met’s slogan is emblazoned across Fifth Avenue over banners that cover its façade and the now under-construction Koch Plaza. The phrase heralds the museum’s globalist vision, but in Chinese...

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