Skip to main content
Newsletters
Est. 1902

Richard Vine

Shanghai Synergy

While Europe and the US continue to regard contemporary Chinese art with skepticism, curators and collectors in China now foster a dynamic mix of Eastern and Western works, as the current Shanghai Bie…

Huang Yong Ping

Entering the nave of the Grand Palais’s gargantuan 1900 glass-and-steel exposition hall for Huang Yong Ping’s site-specific installation Empires, viewers confronted a clifflike, 56-by-197-foot wall…

Asia Pacific Triennial

At a time when the international art market is rife with excess and the major biennials serve, increasingly, as a covert validation process for the world’s most powerful galleries, serious viewers som…

Jerry Kearns

It's hard to say what struck one most forcefully about this show of five wall paintings and eight new canvases. Was it Jerry Kearns's over-the-top verbal humor, infusing the exhibition title "RRRGGHH…

Invisible Ink

"Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China," now at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, seems at first to be a long-awaited corrective to Western myopia in regard to Chinese ink painting and c…

Newswire