14. 07. 2016

Call for paper: International Awards for Art Criticism (IAAC) 3, 2016

International Awards for Art Criticism (IAAC) 3, 2016 The third edition of these Awards for an exhibition review, in English or Chinese, will be open for submissions from 25 May to 25 September 2016....

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21. 07. 2015

Li Binyuan: Social Behaviours

By Bob Dickinson Originally published in Art Monthly, May 2015 Li Binyuan, Deathless Love 2015   Well, this is a first. An exhibition launch selling raffle tickets, the prize being a chance to win a...

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15. 04. 2014

China’s Museums

I have been reading China’s Museums, part of the Cambridge University Press series Introductions to Chinese Culture. I am finding the table of contents particularly interesting,1 as it reflects on how you categorize things. The authors, Li Xianyao...

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22. 01. 2014

In Fast-Changing China, Reality Can Overtake Fiction

One of the challenges of writing about China is the country moves fast — sometimes faster than the publishing business. Take Enigma of China, the latest detective novel by Chinese-American author Qiu Xiaolong. In...

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20. 01. 2014

What’s in store for Chinese art in 2014? Colin Chinnery’s watch list

From up-coming artists to art fair fatigue, we bring you key predictions for the year of the horse.  As Chinese New Year approaches, we’re left wondering what the year of the horse will...

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11. 12. 2013

What Next for Foreign Media in China?

As staff for The New York Times and Bloomberg News face visa delays and possible expulsion, Foreign Policy’s Isaac Stone Fish reviewed the story so far and asked what might lie ahead: It’s not too...

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