Li Ming, Rendering the Mind, 2017, video still
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Despite the torrential rains that stuttered throughout the week, the fourth edition of Art Basel Hong Kong still managed to break record by attracting more than 70,000 collectors, artists, and industry professionals to gather for a week-long celebration of art. Nor did the weather deter LEAP’s participation in this year’s Basel, presenting a variety of…

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The LA Art Book Fair, a spinoff of the New York Art Book Fair founded and presided over by art book iconoclast Printed Matter, is a four-day event that crams the maximum number of international galleries, publishers, and independent zine-makers and paper pushers of all sorts into the Geffen MOCA in downtown Los Angeles. At…

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LEAP Forum is an initiative of Modern Art, Modern Media Group’s art platform. It is a virtually distributed conference in which speakers and guests meet not at a certain point in space and time but ra…

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On the afternoon of April 26, LEAP celebrated the release of its April issue, “The State of Beijing: A Report,” with a launch party at Wu Jin. The party’s ambience was in sync with the afternoon heat, pushing Beijing’s temperature to above 30 degrees Celsius for the first time this year. The gathering, held in…

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Modern Media X Culture Chanel special forum On January 18, LEAP magazine hosted “Encounters: Community” at the Guangdong Art Museum, part the exhibition “Culture Chanel.” The forum, chaired by LEAP executive publisher Ms. Cao Dan and featuring artists Wang Jian-wei, Cao Fei, and Artforum online editor Yang Beichen, opened with a discussion on Picasso’s Le…

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On May 11, 2013, LEAP, UCCA, and the China Independent Film Association jointly organized a screening of the film Three Sisters, followed by a discussion with director Wang Bing moderated by film crit…

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While there is increasing global and regional attention being paid to contemporary art from Southeast Asia, there are concerns that the development of art criticism and art institutions continues to lag behind the spectacle of biennales and the art market. This past April, LEAP invited Singapore-based art critic Lee Weng Choy to Beijing discuss some…

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