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Featured ArtistHIROYUKI OKIDetecting an impasse in people’s sense of 'time,' Hiroyuki Oki's work attempts to address this blockage, to reinvigorate his audience’s sensitivity, and stimulate their thought processes.View Profile
Featured ArtistLIN TIANMIAO'My work is like drinking tea. You understand how and what it is only after drinking it.'View Profile Via. Wikimedia commons.
Featured ArtistLI TIANBINGAs an old and most traditional media, painting also implies limitless possibilities. Every stroke embodies the unique personality of an artist.View Profile Still from 'TIANBING LI,' ARTIVI, 2013.
Featured ArtistGABRIEL DE LA MORA'Art is not created nor destroyed; it is only transformed, just as energy is.'View Profile Still from 'Gabriel de la Mora, Artista Mexicano, Expone obra en Londres,' NotimexTV, 2016.
Featured ArtistFIONA CONNORConnor’s work explores, within a sustained dialogue between location and representation, how specific environments condition our perception of objects.View Profile Courtesy Jim Barr & Mary Barr
Featured ArtistAIDA MAKOTOIn his unique strain of social critique, Aida remorselessly combines typical cliches like school girls, businessmen with extremely disturbing elements, usually sexual or violent in nature. View Profile Image courtesy of Galerie Perrotin
Featured ArtistTAKAHIRO IWASAKI'I often use discarded everyday items, and it feels like objects that have been used by people often have spirits living in them. I think this is connected to the distinctly Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi.'View Profile Image courtesy of the artist.
Featured ArtistFANG LU'In my works, the camera is not used to document a phenomenon, but to transform simple tasks and everyday actions.'View Profile Image courtesy of Pekin Fine Arts.
Featured ArtistNALINI MALANI'Part of making the artwork is an alienating situation. You have the space to think things through. You have space for thought that you create yourself. You can't make an artwork if you're completely in it.'View Profile Still from 'Nalini Malani - You Can't Keep Acid In A Paper Bag,' The Wall TV, 2014.
Featured ArtistCHENG RANCheng Ran’s main medium is video, and he has often parodied, distorted and reinterpreted the classical, but more recently his interests have extended to other media such as objets trouvés and sound performances.View Profile Still from 'The Fundamental Basic,' LeCODE Project, 2013.