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Beijing – Singapore

Last week I returned from a long awaited visit to Asia. I started in Beijing, the heart of the Chinese art world and the home of many of China’s leading contemporary artists and dealers. I met many of my colleagues whom … Continue reading

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Bienal de Sao Paulo, 2012

Wondering around such an enormous space with so much information in the form of images, texts, paintings and an endless number of installations placed above, below, to the right and left of you, can be overwhelming. But somehow the curators … Continue reading

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CINDY SHERMAN, MOMA, NEW YORK

First a caveat, I have never really understood the fascination that so many people have with Cindy Sherman’s work, or been able to fully recognise the genius that so many others see. A genius that has elevated her to iconic … Continue reading

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NY ARMORY SHOW 2012

As I didn’t make it to NY for the preview day I was expecting I would have to fight my way through crowds to see the show. I was wrong. This year the Armory had a VIP hour each day … Continue reading

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Chinese Artist- Yang Zhichao

This week, the energetic and inspiring Katie and George de Tilly, introduced me to the work of a great Chinese artist Yang Zhichao. His show ‘Chinese Bible’ opened in their gallery Chancery Lane last night. For Chinese Bible, Yang Zhichao … Continue reading

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