SEAN SCULLY with David Carrier
Sometimes the lives of artists and art writers are linked together in mutually fruitful and revealing ways. When I started out writing about visual ar... read more
Taking over the entire Himalayas Museum, Sean Scully does something that has not been attempted before: a career-length exhibition of a western abstract artist in China. His exhibition is part of the Biennale in Shanghai and features more than 100 works, oil, pastels, drawings, and photographs. One of the pieces will be Backs and Fronts, the work that broke the logjam of American minimalist painting.
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The artist spoke with ArtAsiaPacific in Guangzhou before his opening at the Guangdong Museum of Art to talk about this major second-coming to China, w... read more