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The temperatures of Beijing and Wellington are beginning to intersect with the cool beginnings of Autumn and Spring.
The house that Ath built, well one of them.
One of our employees Tobias Buck grew up in an Ian Athfield house, so we thought, what with our current Athfield Exhibition running through till October 7th, that we’d take the chance to quiz him on what it’s really like to live inside one of these iconic buildings.
I took a couple of workshops recently in Beijing. They were both well worth the time and in each case came with an added ‘bonus’ experience.
Meeting Wang Qingsong
It feels like I’m in a kind of self–induced euphoria. On the walk home all the trees on the road swayed and sparkled in the hazy sunlight.
Last day to view Tufuga Tatatau Su’a Paulo Sulu’ape
Golden book of spells
It has been a big week for artist Rohan Wealleans, his work has been described as ‘magnificent’ by London based newspaper the Guardian[sitetree_link id=], he is currently exhibiting with Sara Lucas[http://] at Sadie Coles Off Site[http://] and he published a ‘Golden Book of Spells’.
Adventures in Wonderland
China is everything on a blown up scale. Monumental museums and sites - with eager, teeming crowds to match. However, there are still places where few visit if you can find them.
Donkey Institute of Contemporary Art
*Q & A with the Donkey Institute of Contemporary Art *
Wedding Fever in the Art Zone
On a sunny day the cameras come out in Beijing’s main art district. However, facing the camera it’s likely you’ll see a fashion shoot or a highly groomed bridal entourage.
If you have been weeping with disappointment at missing our Open Late session a couple of weeks ago, dry your eyes because now you can experience some of the fiendish fun in the comfort of your own lounge room.