'P’eng’s Journey to the Southern Darkness'News & Views'P’eng’s Journey to the Southern Darkness'24 Aug. 2016
The title of the exhibition derives from influential Daoist philosopher Zhuangzi’s text Free and Easy Wandering (逍遙遊) in which a fish in the North Ocean turns into a giant bird and sets to travel to the South Ocean, whilst a cicada (insect that makes a buzzing noise) and a dove ridicule him for attempting this. As in Zhuangzi’s story, C...
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Art+ Shanghai Gallery presents 'I will be your eyes' showcasing works by 7 Chinese artists born in the 1990sNews & ViewsArt+ Shanghai Gallery presents 'I will be your eyes' showcasing works by 7 Chinese artists born in the 1990s24 Aug. 2016
The fall group exhibition I will be your eyes at Art + Shanghai from September 4th to October 23rd assembles 7 Chinese artists born in the 1990s. The astute from this generation are striving to move beyond the single-child malady of the Little Emperor and Little Empress syndrome that had plagued the generation born in the aftermath of the Cultural...
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Melbourne Art Week lowdownOcula ReportMelbourne Art Week lowdown12 Aug. 2016 : Zara Sigglekow for Ocula
With the official Melbourne Art Fair currently on hiatus, Melbourne Art Week has taken on a ruptured form, with the previously main events absence creating fertile ground for new fairs to germinate. Spring 1883 has taken the stage as the ‘main fair’ by default, the NotFair continues, and two new fairs formed by banded camps of galler...
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Helen Hughes and Victoria LynnOcula ConversationHelen Hughes and Victoria LynnCo-curators, TarraWarra Biennial 2016: 'Endless Circulation'
The TarraWarra Biennial was established in 2006 to pinpoint new trends in Australian contemporary art, and develop original modes of exhibition making. It is presented in the TarraWarra Museum of Art, a private art museum situated in the verdant outskirts of Melbourne. The upcoming iteration of the Biennial is a curatorial collaboration bet...
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