Archive for May, 2009
Here’s the article (in Spanish) that astronomer Montserrat Villar Martín wrote.
If you’re going to be in New York in July, you can come hear Cai speak in person. He’s taking part in a discussion with choreographer (and friend) Shen Wei about their careers since moving to the States from China and what it was like working on the Beijing Olympics.
It’s going to be hosted by Geoff Fowler, the Hong Kong correspondent who covered the Olympics for the Wall Street Journal.
Wednesday, July 1st, 2009
Kaplan Penthouse, Lincoln Center, New York
On Tuesday night we hosted a party to celebrate the opening of the final stop of the retrospective and to thank all our friends and colleagues from New York, Beijing, and Bilbao. We even had live music (jazz trio) on our patio…a big first for us.
#86. Who’s fast.
Present Tense Biennial (San Francisco) – Features a work by Michelle Yun and her brother David. Their installation is at 708 Kearny Street.
Chinese Culture Center
750 Kearny Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108
Satellite Installation throughout Chinatown:
55 Columbus Street
664, 665 and 667 Clay Street
17 Walter U. Lum Place
704, 708, 701 and 716 Kearny Street
May 1 – August 23, 2009
Gallery Hours: Tuesdays – Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm
Sundays 12 noon to 4 pm
Charwei Tsai: Transience, Osage Soho (Hong Kong)
45 Caine Road, L/G Shop 1, Corner Old Bailey St, Soho, Central, Hong Kong
1 till 31 May 2009
(852) 2537 0688
There are a lot of kites in his artwork – some are ignited, others flown by dancers. Here, he’s just showing off his skills during a recent trip to Taidong.
The Guggenheim Bilbao designed this microsite to promote the retrospective there. They also filmed a walkthrough with Cai so you can hear about the works straight from the horse’s mouth: