Chang Yuchen is an artist who currently lives and works in New York. She graduated from Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing (BFA) in 2011 and School of the Art Institute of Chicago (MFA) in 2013. Her solo exhibitions include "Chang Yuchen: Barbaric Poetry" at Between Art Lab, Beijing, 2015 and "Chang Yuchen: Snake and Others" at Fou Gallery, New York, 2013.
Water Margin, attributed to the Yuan Dynasty writer Shi Nai’an (1296–1372), is one of the four great classical novels of Chinese literature. Read More
Erected on a bluff overlooking Bonanza Creek in the Canadian Yukon, Colin Lyons’ Time Machine for Abandoned Futures uses a vast battery, made of etching plates and acid, to power the electrolytic cleaning of broken tools and machine parts left behind by the Klondike Gold Rush Read More
Prints in general, and woodcuts in particular, are frequently touted as a political art form par excellence—expressive, inexpensive, easily distributed and visually accessible Read More