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Author Archives: Wendy  Fang

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Fearless: Contemporary South Asian Art...
Tucked away in the Art Gallery of New South Wales' Upper Asian gallery space, Fearless: contemporary South Asian art, is the museum's first endeavour in curating a show consisting of only women - more specifically, women artists with ties to South Asia....

July 26, 2018

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Sun Xun: Solo Exhibition At The Museum Of Contemporary Art Australia...
A strange, yet familiar world is created in Sun Xun's major solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Occupying the first floor of the gallery, the exhibition showcases the last ten years of Sun's oeuvre with drawings, paintings, woodcuts, installations, and animated videos being sprawled across the gallery walls. Curated by Anna Davis, Sun's curious mind is revealed through the bold and surrealist images that conjure up questions about the role of history and memory in contemporary society. An obsessive observer of the present world and meticulous gatherer of its imagery and historical information, Sun creates a parallel universe consisting of familiar monuments, botanical specimens, maps, and industrial machines to comment on 'bugs' or 'cracks' in our everyday systems. Speculating our current world from the imaginative space that Sun has created, the artist creates an expanded view of reality that encompasses both Eastern and Western mythology. Inviting the audience to peruse this world with him, Sun's symbolic visual language is loaded with meaning through every brushstroke. ...

July 11, 2018

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SWORN SISTERS: In conversation with Xiao Lu, Rose Wong, and Dr Geoff Raby...
Delving into the world of contemporary Chinese women artists, Vermilion Art's recent exhibition, Sworn Sisters 女書, unravels deeply personal messages about these artists' time, nationality, and gender. The exhibition also grapples with what it means to play the role of a 'woman' in present society, but more importantly, it also reveals the performance of women artists dancing in an industry that is still heavily dominated by men....

May 30, 2018

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Exhibition Review of On Paper: Supreme...
Paper, a material known to the modern world as a white material used for writing, sketching and photocopying....

April 23, 2018

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Who woke the Sleeper? Exhibition Review of White Rabbit Gallery's new show...
“We were making the future,” he said, “and hardly any of us troubled to think what future we were making. And here it is!” (H.G. Wells, The Sleeper Awakes). Inspired by H.G. Well's twentieth-century novel, The Sleeper Awakes is White Rabbit Gallery's first exhibition of 2018....

April 17, 2018

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21st Sydney Biennale: Mami Kataoka Steers The Exhibit In A New Direction...
Marking a turning point for contemporary Asia-pacific artists and curators, the 21st Biennale of Sydney: SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement, is curated by an artistic director of non-Western heritage – Mami Kataoka....

March 20, 2018

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