The DoorZine is an editorial platform where we provide an in-depth approach to our projects through interviews of artists and cultural personalities, and share insights on the vibrant China art scene.
Winner of the Discovery Award of 2017 Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival, Doors interviewed Feng Li before his solo show at France’s Rencontres d’Arles in summer 2018.
Founder of the Three Shadows Photography Art Centre and the Jimei x Arles international Photo Festival, Rong Rong celebrated in 2017 the tenth anniversary of the Three Shadows award.
Doors interviewed Nicole Ching and Leigh Tanner, the young founders of Museum 2050, a new platform for investigating key issues about the future of cultural institutions in China and abroad from a local perspective.
Céline Lamée, graphic designer and director of Lava Beijing. From urban campaigns to the French Croisements festival, she depicts her numerous projects and the extent to which visual language is different in China.
Liu Wei (born 1972 in Beijing) is undoubtedly one of the most brilliant talents of his generation. The artist, who graduated from the Oil Painting Department of China Academy of Fine Arts (Hangzhou) in 1996, now lives in Beijing. Using video, installation, drawing, sculpture and pain- ting, his work is shape-shifting and unclassifiable. However, a few recurring themes, treated with humor, mark his path: the contradictions of our times, the changing urban landscape, a reflection on the world's chaos.
Bao Yifeng has continued the successful adventure of the Shanghai fair Art021 by co-founding a new art fair in Beijing in 2018: JingArt. In this interview he looks back at the bustling art market in China.