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Lu Ming

Lu Ming (卢明) is a Chinese contemporary painter, (b. 1983, Hebei, China). 1983 Born in Lanfang City, Hebei Province, China 2008 Graduated from Experimental Art Department,...

The Blind Youth of He Sen – Interview

His works have been displayed in Paris, Milan, New York, Hong Kong , Los Angeles and many other cities During the first decade of...

Interview with artist Ming You Xu

Ming You Xu was born in Tianjin, China in April 1963 to a family of 8 – living with his parents as well as...

Interview with Li Wei, the creator of stunning art images playing with gravity

Li Wei was born in Hubei province 1970. In his late teens he moved to Beijing and in 1993 enrolled at the Oriental Arts...

The Surreal Conceptual Photography Of Liu Di

Liu Di (柳迪, b. 1985 Shanxi Province, China) is one of China's leading young conceptual photographers. He graduated with honors from Beijing's Central Academy of...

Chalkroom a.k.a. La Camera Insabbiata by Laurie Anderson + Hsin-Chien Huang

Chalkroom a.k.a. La Camera Insabbiata by multimedia pioneer Laurie Anderson and Hsin-Chien Huang is a virtual reality work in which the viewer—flies through a...

The Art of Min Liu

Min Liu is a Taiwanese motion graphics designer and animator, now based in New York. She earned her BA in 2010 from National Taiwan University...

Anita Wong: Modern & Tradition

Anita Yan Wong is the 4th generations of Lingnan masters specializes in both traditional and modern arts. She received her B.A. (Honors) in Graphic Design...

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