Scars & Stars - The Greatest Chinese Contemporary Art
Those most stricken who survived the Cultural Revolution still walk among us now.
Those who would understand China’s split national personality must start with the color red.
Never Mind Waldo - Here's Liu Bolin
Maybe if Liu Bolin were photo-shopping his work, then the future McDonald's manager would have a point.
Hu Ming's Army
People are the only resource that matter, China. Half our resources are underutilized – put it that way.
Moving Image in China (1988-2011)
Our realities are forged moment-to-moment on a two-dimensional screen.
Before the Bird's Nest
So here’s a tribute to that small, bright window of Chinese architecture, when designers played as wildly as kids expecting a birthday party.
First Art, then Great Art
They’re a lesbian goddess couple, right? Sharing their bounty with the aid of diminutive but enlightened beings?
Women's Art - Green Power
To that end, Beijing’s Imagine Gallery presents Nu Yishu – Viriditas.
Liu Xiaodong Goes Home
That place that belonged to you is gone. And to see the old gang in their new plumage is downright creepy, when you think about it, high school reunion meets invasion of the body snatchers.
The Patience of Xu Jianguo
What if we told you the picture above is only a tiny fragment, that the entire work is actually 6 meters tall and 47 meters wide?