At Para Site in Hong Kong, the group exhibition Liquid Ground explores land reclamation and its impact on communities.
Throughout Liu Xiaodong's body of work showing at UCCA Edge, the artist presents 'painting as an act of reconciliation and acceptance'.
The fair highlighted Taryn Simon, Ren Hang, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Marina Abramović in previous editions.
Against the backdrop of the natural, geological features of UCCA Dune, Daniel Arsham: Sands of Time stages recent sculptures and related drawings that expand upon his fascination with history, relics of the past, and idea of a 'fictional archeology.'
On one of his now legendary ocean voyages in search of foreign and uncharted lands, Christopher Columbus once mistook a kind of Caribbean tree bark for a new spice. Centuries later, this anecdote insp
Just what is it that makes Liu Xiaodong's painting so different, so appealing? The fifty-year-old artist's work has been exhibited from Beijing ( Hometown Boy at UCCA in 2011) to Graz (where _The Pro
Capitalist excess, a dysfunctional family, communication breakdown, and a widening gap between traditional and modern ideologies are some of the issues raised by modern Chinese writer Ba Jin in his 19
In The New Normal the organisers challenge the audience by posing the following questions: What is the place of art in China today? And what is to be done? In a world where previously held convictio