Liu Wei @ White Cube, Mason’s Yard

Contemporary Chinese art is very fashionable right now. Free of calligraphy and traditional motifs, 21st century Chinese art is political and has something to say. As does the work of Liu Wei, currently on display at White Cube. The show is made up of large sculptures which appear minimalistic at first. The upper level of […]

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Chinese Art @ V&A

The Victoria and Albert are now showing one of the most lovely exhibitions that I have seen in a very long time. It is like a love letter from the west to the east, in admiration of centuries of sumptuous Chinese art. The work on display begins from 700 to 1900 allowing us westerners a […]

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Liu Xiaodong @ Lisson

When I arrived at the Lisson Gallery to see the Liu Xiaodong exhibition I thought that I had made a mistake. The subjects of the pictures were Londoners in pubs and women in cosmopolitan arab coffee shops. Shamefully, as I didn’t know anything about the artist before my visit, I was expecting a stereotypical representation […]

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