REVIEWS

/ DAVID SPALDING
Yang Fudong’s “Close to the Sea & the Revival of the Snake”

SHANGHART BEIJING / ARTMIA GALLERY, Beijing

Yang Fudong, The Revival of the Snake, 2005.
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David Spalding

In the mannered world evoked in the best-known films and video installations of Yang Fudong, people don’t speak much, perhaps because they have nothing to say. Instead, they preen and posture, as if posing for the still photographs they also appear in. A moody, attractive bunch, they tend to dress... continue reading
Sterling Ruby’s “Vampire”

THE PACE GALLERY, Beijing

View of, "Vampire", The Pace Gallery, Beijing, 2011.
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David Spalding

Caught in that dark crawlspace between the living and the dead, hounded by a destructive, unending hunger and burdened with the need to indoctrinate: this is today’s American empire as it appears in “Vampire,” Sterling Ruby’s exhibition of new and recent work at The Pace Gallery, Beijing. Ruby has always... continue reading

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