• Virtually Ever After: art in the post-digital era

    Special interview with artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen for Art Agenda CONVERSATIONS. Link to the publication: https://www.art-agenda.com/features/331915/virtually-ever-after-art-in-the-post-digital-era I spoke with the artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen from our respective quarantines—me in New York City and Steensen in the south of France, where he was working on a virtual landscape during a residency with the Luma Foundation in […]

  • Cyclical Gods: Reliving Pandemic

    BY XIN WANG • FEATURES• MAY 8, 2020 Zhao Yao, “Spirit Above All,” 2016. I arrived at the opening of Sanctuary, artist Chen Dongfan’s first institutional exhibition in New York City, overcome with a profound sense of disorientation. It was January 30th and I was still jetlagged, having returned only two days prior from China, where the COVID-19 epidemic had steadily […]

  • The New MoMA’s Contemporary Chinese Art Gallery and the Pastiche of Multiple Modernities

    https://www.art-agenda.com/features/323745/before-and-after-tiananmen “Before and After Tiananmen”  Imagine a curated overview of contemporary art from the United States titled “Before and After the Vietnam War.” Imagine the case not as a new direction for explorative scholarship but as the perpetuating, defining framework, over and over again. “Before and After Tiananmen,” Gallery 207 in the 2019 rehang of […]

  • Lu Yang: Final Fantasy

    Catalogue essay for the Australian Center for Contemporary Art Melbourne’s Feedback Loops exhibition. lu-yang-final-fantasy-for-acca.pdf

  • Chen Dongfan: Sanctuary Gallery Guide

    chen-dongfan-sanctuary-gallery-guide.pdf

  • Carol Bove: Heavy Metal

    Profile of Carol Bove for Wallpaper China. carol-bove-wallpaper-xw.pdf Also viewable as wechat article with interview clip: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/R68TCP_ULMQ4HSt8HSXCCg

  • Oscar Murillo: Post Identity Politics

    Oscar Murillo: Post Identity Politics

    Writing for the ArtCo Monthly & Investment Jan 2020 issue cover story. Oscar Murillo Post Identity Politics

  • Computer Leaders

    Feature Article for Art in America October Issue that hopes to enrich the intersected discourse of contemporary art, Chineseness, technology, and the internet. computer-leaders.pdf

  • Art Agenda New York Roundup

    I was late to the Hamilton sensation, but it felt opportune to have seen Lin-Manuel Miranda’s incandescent musical a few weeks apart from the North American premiere of The Lehman Trilogy at the Park Avenue Armory, Stefano Massini’s delirious play that charts an equally distinct American narrative of immigration, capital, and indelible personalities through the rise and (still recent) […]

  • Panel with playwright David Henry Hwang