Enveloped in abstraction: Li Songsong’s Pace Beijing solo exhibition

Best known for his expressionistic painting style and historical scenes of modern China, contemporary artist Li Songsong decided to use a new visual language in his show at Pace Beijing.

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What does the future hold for abstraction in Asia?

Many curators are re-examining the emergence and development of Asian abstraction and considering the role it could play in the future of the Asian art world.

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Tsong Pu discusses six artworks: Part III – On local recognition of local art and the cube redefined

TAIWANESE CONTEMPORARY ART INSTALLATION TAIWAN-CHINA RELATIONS ARTIST INTERVIEW When Tsong Pu was studying overseas in the 1970s he would introduce himself as Chinese or as being from China. Later, as China opened it’s borders and more art from the country was … Continue reading

Tsong Pu discusses six artworks: Part I – Chasing lines across space

TAIWANESE CONTEMPORARY ART ARTIST INTERVIEW You may have read our recently published post on a retrospective exhibition of works by Taiwanese contemporary abstract artist Tsong Pu, which wrapped up this month at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM). To follow up … Continue reading

Not-so-underground artist showcased in basement gallery: Tsong Pu's TFAM solo

TAIWAN ART ART MUSEUM SHOWS SOLO EXHIBITION The Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM) in Taipei, Taiwan is currently exhibiting the works of Taiwanese artist Tsong Pu. The exhibition, entitled “Art from the Underground: Tsong Pu Solo Exhibition“, displays over 100 … Continue reading