REVIEWS

/ Power Station of Art
Fernando Sánchez Castillo, Swing, 2018.
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Tianyuan Deng

While exhibitions that question the modernist promise of progress are hardly new, a biennale that takes stock of the current state of regress raises high hopes. Historical regression is proceeding on several fronts. One is the collapse of the neoliberal faith in the end-of-history narrative—that liberal democracy and free trade... continue reading
“Why Not Ask Again” 11th Shanghai Biennale

POWER STATION OF ART, Shanghai

Chen Zhe, Remembering the Forgotten, Forgetting the Remembered (Revisiting “The Bearable”), 2007.
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Xin Wang

At the 11th Shanghai Biennale, it isn’t possible to take a photograph without capturing people; the vast Power Station of Art—an electric plant turned kunsthalle since 2012—is busy throughout the preview day and public opening. The curators, Raqs Media Collective, have titled this edition of the biennale “Why Not Ask... continue reading

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