After former KAWS fans burned their merch, the artwork, which was slated to go to auction at Sotheby’s Hong Kong on October 7, was taken down from the auction house’s website.
If there is a folly to what Zhang Wei has done, there is also a defiance of the commercial aspect of the art world.
This romantic fantasy shows that while Chinese animation still has a long way to go, it is continuing to make progress after decades of lagging behind in relevance.
American Factory, the first film from the Obamas’ production company Higher Ground, is a riveting inquiry into globalization.
Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang’s new documentary One Child Nation unpacks the history and brutal effects of a policy that dominated a population.
Galleries are exiting the market and studios are being demolished in what the government is referring to as their actions against organized crime.
Within their historical context in an exhibition at Freer | Sackler, the empresses of China’s Qing Dynasty succeeded in making meaningful lives for themselves, and that is something to celebrate and admire.
Many of the objects in Empresses of China’s Forbidden City, 1644-1912 at Freer | Sackler have not previously been available for research, have never traveled outside of China, and might not be likely to reemerge again.
Creative communities in Hong Kong and beyond have made poignant works of art and internet memes in support of the anti-extradition bill protests.
About 100 Hong Kong arts organizations, including commercial galleries, announced a strike against a bill that would allow extraditing fugitives to mainland China.
Hyperallergic has the exclusive premiere of Meredith Lackey’s Cablestreet, a surreal documentary short about Chinese tech giant Huawei.
30 years later, suggestive liquor bottles and inflatable military tanks capture the fraught response to the legacy of civil disobedience in China and Taiwan.