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From Perth to Brussels: Pascal Dombis’ Four Current Exhibitions

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From Perth to Brussels: Pascal Dombis’ Four Current Exhibitions

ArtAndOnly artist Pascal Dombis has a number of exciting works in shows around the world at the moment. We wanted to profile four of them in particular and encourage you to go out and see his impressive pieces if they happen to be near you. In an incredible follow-up to his groundbreaking piece ...

Chun Kwang Young: A Retrospective at the WooYang Museum

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Chun Kwang Young: A Retrospective at the WooYang Museum

A major retrospective of ArtAndOnly artist Chun Kwang Young’s extraordinary body of work opened last week at the WooYang Museum in Gyeongju, South Korea. The show focuses on the last 20 years of his career and Chun’s use of tightly folded clusters of meticulously placed mulberry paper to create ...

Art Brussel Profile III: Artist Peter Halley’s Metallic Paintings

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Art Brussel Profile III: Artist Peter Halley’s Metallic Paintings

The debut of Peter Halley’s new all-metallic paintings proved quite popular among collectors and gallerists all week. Known as an extraordinary colorist and for consistently challenging the critical relationship and idealization of geometric abstraction, Halley introduced these pearlescent ...

Art Brussels Profile II: Artist Marsha Cottrell’s Spectral Series

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Art Brussels Profile II: Artist Marsha Cottrell’s Spectral Series

Marsha Cottrell’s mesmerizing and intimately scaled Spectral Series with 11R Gallery at Art Brussels was a clear favorite of many. These mostly vector-based lines in impossibly fine detail and staggering repetition result in a “virtual rubble” of dense compositions. Cottrell uses a ...

Art Brussels Profile I: Artist Gao Xingjian

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Art Brussels Profile I: Artist Gao Xingjian

One of the most-talked about artists at Art Brussels this year is Gao Xingjian. Chinese born but left for a life in exile in Paris in 1987, Gao’s neither figurative nor abstract work masterfully plays with light and shadows in a watercolor ink technique that is intentionally non-traditional. ...

Art Brussels 2016: A shift to include more established, international artists

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Art Brussels 2016: A shift to include more established, international artists

At Art Brussels this year, we saw an intentional shift to showcase more mid-career and established artists on an international level. The size of exhibitors was also reduced from 191 to 140 to follow current market trends focusing on quality, not just quantity. A common theme when speaking with ...

2016 Art Paris Art Fair Focuses on South Korea

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2016 Art Paris Art Fair Focuses on South Korea

As a leading art fair of modern and contemporary art at the Grand Palais, Art Paris Art Fair recently exhibited the select works of 143 galleries. With a special focus this year on South Korea, referring to them as a guest of honour, a truly international selection of galleries and their ...

Pascal Dombis part of two Group Shows in Brussels and Paris

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Pascal Dombis part of two Group Shows in Brussels and Paris

Artist Pascal Dombis is a part of new group show CONNECTED at the Centrale for Contemporary Art in Brussels (March 24th – August 28th). The show aims to explore the physical and psychological themes of connection between the works’ creators and viewers through new technologies in the visual ...

The Sigg and M+ Sigg Collections present “Chinese Whispers”

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The Sigg and M+ Sigg Collections present “Chinese Whispers”

Here’s an interesting example of how Uli Sigg’s Chinese-centric collection became significant enough to constitute the creation and foundation of the entirely new M+ museum in Hong Kong opening in 2019. Notably, Sigg deliberately resisted following his personal tastes and instead built this ...

Pascal Dombis’ Irrational Geometrics is an innovative collaboration with architects and engineers

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Pascal Dombis’ Irrational Geometrics is an innovative collaboration with architects and engineers

Well known for using computer algorithms to produce abstract or unpredictable proliferations from simple lines or forms, Pascal Dombis’ latest public work is an excellent example of how his sculptures continue to push technology, even outside the art world. Dombis’ Irrational Geometrics uses ...

ArtAndOnly artist Li Tianbing part of exclusive group show

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ArtAndOnly artist Li Tianbing part of exclusive group show

We’re proud to announce one of ArtAndOnly’s premiere artists is a part of a new group show, Us Is Them at the Pizzuti Collection in Columbus, Ohio until April 2016. Li Tianbing often explores the line between fiction and reality in politically charged settings. The duality of Li’s work ...

INTERVIEW WITH LORENZO RUDOLF

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INTERVIEW WITH LORENZO RUDOLF

Lorenzo Rudolf, as Director of Art Basel from 1991 to 2000, you spent more than 10 years developing fairs around the world including the Frankfurt Book Fair, the International Fine Arts Exposition in Palm Beach and ShContemporary in Shanghai. Why did you decide to move to Asia? Lorenzo Rudolf: The ...