chinese artists

The documentary "Sky Ladder" follows artist Cai Guo-Qiang on the artistic challenge of a lifetime.
The exhibition celebrated the fight against domestic violence.
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Do you ever feel like contemporary art fairs are all the same? The seemingly endless influx of an oversized abstract canvas
Andy, 2013. Mao Yan. This spring, Yan opens an exhibit of all new work at Pace Gallery in New York, a corpus the gallery
Seven installations by Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei sprout amid the rusting steel bars, broken windows and peeling paint of a cellblock, a dining hall, hospital ward, and a forced labor facility.
Bolin is a Chinese artist and living chameleon, known for masking himself in a variety of backdrops as colorful as they are
René Magritte, Copyright Michael Wolf. "It's crippling," said one, a New Jersey-based artist named Clinton Hobart, who discovered
Yan Xing, Arty, Super-Arty (video still), 2013, Single-channel HD video; b/w, silent, 9 min 16 sec © Yan Xing, Courtesy of
"'The Way of Chopsticks' is a way of collaborating that is based on the principle of a pair of chopsticks," explain artists
Koh, a Chinese-Canadian artist, first broke into the scene as asianpunkboy, a transgressive artist who created zines, a hilarious
Ai Weiwei was only able to send a filmed statement that was aired at the press conference. He commented, '...I am always
A really great bike ride can make you feel like you are floating in mid-air. These photographs we saw on My Modern Met have
The resulting house of cards resembles the former residence of the Dalai Lama in Lhasa, the Potala Palace. But more than
While many will go to catch a glimpse works by big-name artists such Yayoi Kusama, this is also the week when Hong Kong's artists get showcase their work to a wider audience.
Though we're sad to see Picasso get bumped, we also understand the world is quickly changing. What do you think of the meteoric
Every year ArtReview publishes a list of the 100 most powerful names in art, in their words, the most successful of the "dancers