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Artintern 藝術國際
July 9, 2013

London-based Taiwanese artist Cheng Ting Ting is a practiced ‘outsider’ whose utmost [...]

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Art Media Agency (AMA)
July 8, 2013

Cheng Ting Ting is to be the subject of an exhibition entitled “The Observer”, which will take pl[...]

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Timable
July 5, 2013
Art Slant
May 3, 2013

Dale Adcock, Katrina Blannin, Gary Colclough, Corinne Felgate, Nick Hornby, William Stein, Sinta Tantra

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Pixelbread
May 2, 2013

The Fine Line brings together work that explores the widest possibilities and narratives that can be created from the simplest lines drawn. Straight, parallel, interrupted or deconstructed, the lines and patterns presented in this show can be seen not just as tools of spatial demarcation but as rooted further in desires to establish the relationship between concepts and patterns, structures and phenomena.

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Time Out Hong Kong
May 2, 2013

The group exhibition brings together seven UK artists to explore the widest narratives that can be created from simplest drawn lines. Opens April 24; until May 31.

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Undo.net
May 2, 2013

The Fine Line brings together work that explores the widest possibilities and narratives that can be created from the simplest lines drawn. Straight, parallel, interrupted or deconstructed, the lines and patterns presented in this show can be seen not just as tools of spatial demarcation but as rooted further in desires to establish the relationship between concepts and patterns, structures and phenomena.

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Art in Asia
May 1, 2013

The Fine Line brings together work that explores the widest possibilities and narratives that can be created from the simplest lines drawn. Straight, parallel, interrupted or deconstructed, the lines and patterns presented in this show can be seen not just as tools of spatial demarcation but as rooted further in desires to establish the relationship between concepts and patterns, structures and phenomena.

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beARTY
April 30, 2013

The Fine Line brings together work that explores the widest possibilities and narratives that can be created from the simplest lines drawn. Straight, parallel, interrupted or deconstructed, the lines and patterns presented in this show can be seen not just as tools of spatial demarcation but as rooted further in desires to establish the relationship between concepts and patterns, structures and phenomena.

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