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Home and Away: The Art of Tofu with Chen Qiulin

Luise Guest speaks with Chen Qiulin about the intriguing connections between Sydney’s Chinatown and the inhabitants of Chongqing and Chengdu…

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Mass produced, ubiquitous: Warhol + Weiwei

Mass produced plastic…

Future Archaeology

In the popular imagination, the archetypal archaeologist is Indiana Jones in a pit full of snakes, discovering the Ark of the Covenant…

Sarah Tomasetti: Traverse

Luise Guest on Sarah Tomasetti’s new show at Janet Clayton Fine Art…

Exploding Realities: Three Video Artists in China

Luise Guest on the work  of Yang Fudong at Yuz Museum, Tao Hui at UCCA and Yuan Goang-ming at Hanart TZ…

The East is Red: The Sherman Collection of Asian Art

Luise Guest on the ‘Chinese Bible’ and ‘Go East’ and other works from the Gene and Brian Sherman Collection of Asian Art…

Calligraphy, Tea, Shopping and Soccer: The Yangjiang Group In Sydney

This mural of black dripping Chinese characters surrounds ‘Das Kapital Football’, an installation comprising hundreds of metres of rice paper covered in calligraphy

In the Realm of the Microcosmic: A Conversation with Zhang Xiaotao

Earlier this month, Zhang Xiaotao spoke to Luise Guest in Beijing about the importance of a revival of spirituality..

Zhang Huan: Sydney Buddha at Carriageworks

The ephemeral nature of the work implies many things: the collective memory, the soul…

Brothers and Sisters Making History

Standing Guard for Our Great Motherland!