1199 People.

1199 People.

Quitting is not always a choice of crawen people. There are situations in which you must examine your conscience with a fierce and (as objective as possible) analysis of your own skills and knowledge: if these do not reflect the requirements, giving up means to be brave, not cowardly. It... Read more »
Zhan Weixing and his cold memory

Zhan Weixing and his cold memory

Writing about The Temperature of Memory, the new Zhang Weixing‘s exhibition, was a challenge for me. This article didn’t want to be written. Despite the periodic revisions, the times to reflect, the surgical cuts to the text, the muffled curses, the shouted curses, the neologisms coined specifically to offend the... Read more »
The dreamy world of Roland Darjes

The dreamy world of Roland Darjes

The positive thing of working within the M50 district in Shanghai is that here Art is really everywhere and sometimes it catches you off guard. Sometimes you’re just walking a bit ‘sleepy to reach the gallery where you work. It happens that you, taken by sudden originality morning, decide to... Read more »
The smell of money: Gu Changwei at MOCA

The smell of money: Gu Changwei at MOCA

As a visitor of an art exhibition there are rare occasions when you should not know anything about the artist or the shows that you are going to see. You should just go in, pay your ticket, not even stopping to read the introductive caption. All this is aimed at... Read more »
The door is always open: Gary Baseman at K11

The door is always open: Gary Baseman at K11

In Shanghai it’s part of ordinary daily life find an art museum inside a shopping mall. I’m not talking about sad exhibitions of still lifes painted by the artists of the parish, but about great shows with international names. This is the case of the famous illustrator Gary Baseman who... Read more »