Apocalypse in Oils: Jia Aili’s dark take on the rise of China
Jia Aili was born in the northern Chinese city of Dandong in 1979, a town on the North Korean border known for its icy winters and gloomy horizons. And the melancholic mood of these surroundings certainly seems to have influenced the tone of his oil paintings.Combining...
Nadín Ospina Vanity Fair Article November 2016
In the late 1990s, a rumour spread in the art world that the emerging Colombian artist Nadín Ospina (born in Bogotá in 1960) was going to have a groundbreaking show at the important New York gallery that had discovered Jean-Michel Basquiat, among...
Li Qing Vanity Fair Article November 2016
The day after seeing Li Qing’s work on my gallery director’s computer screen in Beijing in 2005, I found myself in his studio. A two-hour plane ride took me to Hangzhou, home to the China Academy of Art, from which Li graduated in 2006. At the time,...
The Lost Marilyn Monroe Nudes: Outtakes from Her Last On-Set Shoot Revealed in June’s V.F.
Dragon Boat Makes Waves at MTR Tuen Mun Station
Zheng Lu’s Permanent Installation at MTR, Hong Konghttp://www.mtr.com.hk/eng/corporate/file_rep/PR-12-019-E.pdf