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b. 1985, China

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Shanghai Hugo Boss Asia Art Award 2017 Exhibition Related Press Shanghai Hugo Boss Asia Art Award 2017 Exhibition 23 November 2017, ArtAsiaPacific*

In late June, the four finalists for the Hugo Boss Asia Art Award 2017 were announced. The artists—Li Ming, Tao Hui, Yu Ji and Robert Zhao Renhui—were chosen from a pool of over 30 nominees for thei

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Rockbund Art Museum announces finalists of HUGO BOSS ASIA ART Award 2017 Related Press Rockbund Art Museum announces finalists of HUGO BOSS ASIA ART Award 2017 3 July 2017, Art Radar Journal

Dedicated to the support of emerging artists from Greater China and Southeast Asia, the biennial Hugo Boss Asia Art Award was established in 2013 and is now in its third iteration. The Award aims to c

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Thumbing their noses: Performance art around Beijing looks past contemporary art market Related Press Thumbing their noses: Performance art around Beijing looks past contemporary art market 12 December 2016, ARTNews

This past June, Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) presented a major exhibition of the work of Robert Rauschenberg, pairing his 1/4 Mile or 2 Furlong Piece (1981–98) with work he made during the 1980s in and about China. Concurrent with the exhibition’s opening, UCCA invited students of Chinese artist Qiu Zhijie...

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Gwangju Biennale art festival to open next week Related Press Gwangju Biennale art festival to open next week 30 August 2016, The Korea Times

The opening ceremony of the 2016 Gwangju Biennale, Asia's oldest contemporary art biennale, is set to kick off in the southwest city of Gwangju next week, the festival's foundation said Friday. During the ceremony, set to start at the plaza in front of the Gwangju Biennale Exhibition Halo at 6:40 p.m. Thursday, Park Yang-woo, chief of...

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The 11th Gwangju Biennale: An interview with Maria Lind, artistic director, and Michelle Wong, assistant curator Related Press The 11th Gwangju Biennale: An interview with Maria Lind, artistic director, and Michelle Wong, assistant curator 29 August 2016, My Art Guides

Could you tell us something more about the concept The Eight Climate (What does art do?), this year’s biennial theme? Maria Lind: Imagine that you are walking on a ramp leading from one floor to the next in a big exhibition space. In the corner of your eye you notice something on the long smooth white wall: in one place it looks...

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The intangible art of gimjang Related Press The intangible art of gimjang 29 August 2016, Art Review

About two months ago, T and I went to Southwest London’s K-Town (otherwise known as New Malden, an area that has one of the largest communities of expat Koreans in Europe) in search of pickles. As we were exploring our way through plates of assorted preserved vegetables, with staff and fellow diners eyeing our particular menu choices, one...

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'Mountain Sites: Views of Laoshan' at Sifang Art Museum Related Press 'Mountain Sites: Views of Laoshan' at Sifang Art Museum 18 July 2016, ArtAsiaPacific

Set in verdant woodland a group of luxury villas are like architectural jewels scattered around a lake. Contrasting these villas the strange form of the five-year-old Sifang Art Museum, designed by Steven Holl, is an alien presence overlooking the scene. In this contemporary paradise it is hard to imagine the lifestyles of people dwelling in these...

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Young Chinese artists' Hong Kong show explores friendship Related Press Young Chinese artists' Hong Kong show explores friendship 23 July 2015, South China Morning Post

Liu Wei is best known for using dog chews, discarded books and found materials for his sculptural and installation works, but the Beijing-based artist says he is no stranger to curating. "When I create, I think about the theme and my approach. It's no different from curating an art exhibition. I always see myself as an artist and a curator...

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K11 Arts Foundation x Palais de Tokyo Present: ‘Inside China’ Related Press K11 Arts Foundation x Palais de Tokyo Present: ‘Inside China’ 7 March 2015, Hong Kong Tatler

The exhibit was unveiled last October at the Palais de Tokyo and has relocated to Hong Kong this year with two new participating artists, presenting six Chinese artists in dialogue with five French artists. The Chinese artists capture something ineffable which is deeply connected to the self and engaged with their immediate surroundings and...

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Inside China At Palais De Tokyo Related Press Inside China At Palais De Tokyo 1 December 2014, Catherine Shaw for South China Morning Post / 4 November 2014

A new exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris is challenging notions of Chinese contemporary art. Without a Mao-inspired or Cultural Revolution stylistic cliché in sight, the eclectic collection of works by five young "emerging" Chinese artists, presented alongside works by three French counterparts, in "Inside China"...

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Challenging Perceptions Of Modern Chinese Art Related Press Challenging Perceptions Of Modern Chinese Art 5 November 2014, The Randian / 4 November 2014

“Inside China” will be the first of a series of co-curated exhibition tours under a three-year strategic cooperation agreement between KAF and PALAIS DE TOKYO that covers extensive and comprehensive collaboration between the two major institutions in Chinese and French contemporary art to expand and strengthen the international platform...

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