16. 08. 2013

Yu Honglei: Solo Exhibition at Magician Space, Beijing

The current exhibition at Magician Space in Beijing (China) is a solo show of the artist Yu Honglei. Yu Honglei’s third solo exhibition is titled Everything is Extremely Important: There is Nothing That Will...

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09. 08. 2013

Artist: Zhenhan Hao

Zhenhan Hao is a MA student at Design Products, Royal College of Art. His current project is entitled Imitation, Imitation, which explores the complexity of imitation in the contemporary Chinese context through active...

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09. 08. 2013

What Happens When China’s Copycat Masters Are Hired To Paint Themselves

We’ve heard a lot about the evils of China’s booming art copying industry, which hocks inexpensive replicas of everything from Expressionist paintings to priceless Chinese porcelain. But the people who make these perfectly-crafted...

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08. 08. 2013

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei joins Art Gallery of Ontario visitors for rare live video chat

One of the world’s most provocative contemporary artists, Ai Weiwei, will join Art Gallery of Ontario visitors for a live video chat with the AGO’s director and CEO, Matthew Teitelbaum, during the Gallery’s...

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08. 08. 2013

A Fictional Residency – 6 short stories from a Hong Kong workshop

For “A Fictional Residency” in Hong Kong, Witte de With and Spring have invited Dutch novelist Oscar van den Boogaard as a writer-in-residence at Spring. During his stay in Hong Kong he will...

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08. 08. 2013

Charles Lim Yi Yong – One Day I Forgot and Used my Hands

Children use their hands to make a telescope, so why can’t a filmmaker use his hands to make a lens? It works! Even looks like a classic. The filmmaker accidentally reinvented filmmaking by...

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