Leslie J. Ureņa


eteam talks about their recent work

May 2011

The New York–based collective eteam is Franziska Lamprecht and Hajoe Moderegger. Their latest exhibition, “If the dancing gets too stiff, the rain needs to get dug out as ice-cubes,” which connects local populations in Dewitz, Germany, and … READ ON


Dan Perjovschi

March 2011

Dan Perjovschi, a Romanian artist based in Bucharest, continues his project of politically charged cartoons drawn onto galleries’ walls with his parody of Hong Kong, capitalism, and China in his installation Hong Kong First, 2011. Among the… READ ON


Jennifer Wen Ma

March 2011

Jennifer Wen Ma’s first solo exhibition in Taipei, “Inked,” opens with Inked Friendship, 2011, a live-feed projection of a tree in southern Taiwan that has been painted with mo, black Chinese ink. Most of the ten works in this multimedia show… READ ON


Hong-Kai Wang

October 2010

“Between Q & A . . . ,” the latest solo exhibition by the Taiwanese, New York–based artist Hong-Kai Wang, builds on her 2009 commission from the International Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale in South Korea. In that video, Accept Me for What… READ ON