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New York-based conceptual artist Wong Kit Yi shares a website, apartment and body with her business manager Ali Wong.
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In 2009, three graduate students rented a musty, water-damaged basement in Seoul and invited guests to the space.
In the 1970s and ’80s, Chinese avant-garde artists showed their work in apartment spaces to evade intervention by government authorities.
A work catching fire and forcing the cancellation of a preview would seem an inauspicious start to any exhibition.
Perhaps the best-known artist in Thailand is one the rest of the world has barely heard of.
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