Robin Rhode

Playing with abstraction illusionism, Robin Rhode (*1976, Cape Town, South Africa) hijacks public space and transforms it into a personal dreamscape where flat renderings of daily objects becomes 3-dimensional ones. Through a precise physical interaction with his drawn objects which Rhode then registers by photography and composes into digital animations, simple abstract shapes are transformed…

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Saadane Afif

Sâadane Afif (*1970, Vendôme), one of the most prominent French artists in the international art scene, adapts commission as his key artistic strategy in producing, mediating and expanding art. A postmodern wanderlust in search of quotations, assemblages, interpretations, mutative objects, he departs from the most diverse range of materials to arrive at the most distilled…

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Hans-Peter Feldmann

Hans-Peter Feldmann insists that he’s not an artist. He dislikes such labels, because for him, the so call “Art” is simply part of the everyday life, nothing more nothing less. Text by Selina Ting, 2011 Spring, Berlin Born in 1941 in Dusseldorf, Germany, Feldmann started cutting and collecting pictures from books and magazines at the…

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Yan Pei-Ming : Studio Visit

One of the most dynamic and experimental Chinese painters in the international art scene, Yan Pei Ming is particularly known for his epic size paintings of iconic figures, Mao Zedong, Bruce Lee, Obama, and his father and self-portraits. His expressive style and controlled palette reflect a connection to the aesthetic and cultural climate of China…

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The Painting of Li Fang

The paintings of Li Fang look familiar. Yet this familiarity is deeply infused with an intangible, uncanny mood. Selina Ting for initiArt MagazineNovember 2009 Click Here for an interview with Li Fang Moving away from her well-received depiction of the ephemeral presence of urban passers-by, Li Fang’s recent work concentrates on the more subtle psychological activities…

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Li Fang – Capturing the Ephemeral

The paintings of Li Fang look familiar. Yet this familiarity is deeply infused with an intangible, uncanny mood. Moving away from her well-received depiction of the ephemeral presence of urban passers-by, Li Fang’s recent work concentrates on the more subtle psychological activities of individuals. Based on photos of her family and acquaintances, Li Fang captures…

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展出六⼗年代

六⼗年代的倫敦,是新流⾏文化的締造及消耗場。現正於倫敦國家俏像博物館 (National Portrait Gallery) 舉⾏的「Beatles to Bowie – The 60s exposed」展覽,便以流⾏⾳樂為軸心,展示影像、⾳樂、時裝及現場演出如何炮製⼀代巨星,⽽這些流⾏偶像及樂隊⼜如何創造了Swinging London,並以⾳樂改變了世界。

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