Liu Wei

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Liu Wei: Colors

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From 7 Feburary to 17 April, 2015, the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art is proud to present LiuWei: Colors, a spotlight on one of the most important artists working in China today.


Renegade Histories: Memories of Indigenous and African Descent

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Artists Ayrson Heráclito, Rosângela Rennó, and curator Agustín Pérez Rubio will discuss the invisibility and marginalization imposed upon populations of African and indigenous descent by History and Art discourses—and their blatant, yet veiled social marginality.


Kan Xuan and Liu Wei included in 4th Guangzhou Triennial

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The Guangdong Museum of Modern Art presents the Unseen, the theme exhibition of the 4th Guangzhou Triennial. The Guangzhou Triennial is one of the biggest art events in China and this year exhibits work by up to 75 international artists from 24 countries and areas. Curated by Jiang Jiehong and Jonathan Watkins, the Triennial will take place across three venues, from 28 September to 16 December 2012. The theme of the Triennial is straight forward, despite its suggestion of obscurity. Its title, the Unseen, a simple term with easy access, is a point of departure for a vast range of possible meanings that touch on the complexity of ways of seeing, blindness and envisaging, especially with respect to visual art…


Liu Wei: Solo Show at Long March Space

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Long March Space is proud to present the solo exhibition of artist Liu Wei, the first solo presentation of the artist at the gallery, September 1 – October 7, 2012. Liu Wei refuses to give this exhibition an explanatory title, insisting there is nothing to be said in words and that nothing can be said. Taking form over the course of one year, the exhibition fills both halls of the Long March Space gallery. The audience is acutely aware that the segmenting and division of the exhibition space presents an inherent issue. However, it is only upon “entering the space” that the problematic visual and physical relationship of the space reveal themselves…


Liu Wei and Krzysztof Wodiczko included in ‘Ruptures: Forms of Public Address’ exhibition

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The School of Art at The Cooper Union is pleased to announce an upcoming exhibition and event that explores politically vital issues surrounding public space and speech. Curated by Saskia Bos and Steven Lam, Ruptures: Forms of Public Address is a group exhibition which considers the emancipatory potential of these radical gestures, specifically focusing on how demonstrations and artistic practice are not isolated nor disconnected, but share a similar language of resistance…


After the Market’s Boom: A Case Study of the Haudenschild Collection by Michelle McCoy

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Located in the hills of La Jolla, a seaside resort community near San Diego, California, the residence of Chris and Eloisa Haudenschild is home to a major U.S. collection of contemporary Chinese video art and photography. The Haudenschilds began collecting contemporary Chinese video and photography in the late 1990s, when these mediums were beginning to become as widely used and important as they are today, and just before the beginning of the market’s current boom.