DISTRACTED
Julia Long

Published by Hu’an Publications


Distracted is Julia Long’s first essay and illustrations collection, an encapsulation of her past experiences.

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NO APOLOGIES 2

Published by Tabula Rasa Books

No Apologies 2 is a graffiti magazine proudly made in China that features writers from all around the world. It documents the work of 6 writers from around the world: Mexico City, New York, Ürümqi, Nanjing, Bari, and Tampere. The distances are great but the attitude, the rewards and the costs of this game move them closer than you may imagine. In these pages BICER, BIS, DONIS, JOINTS, SOAP, and VAMP talk about their lives as writers and they share with us the images of their most significative pieces. You will travel around the world with the eyes of some of the best writers of the planet and you will discover that this global movement called graffiti is most often a personal journey through heaven and hell.”

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GLASSWORT
Yuan Yuan

Published by Tabula Rasa Books
Producer: Sammi Liu
Graphic Design: Yu Xiaodan


Glasswort is published on the occasion of Yuan Yuan's homonymous solo exhibition, on view at Tabula Rasa Gallery from 2019.11.23 to 2020.1.1.

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BOUNDLESS
Kuri The Brow

Published by Tabula Rasa Books
Producer: Sammi Liu
Graphic Design: Yu Xiaodan


Kuri The Brow is an artist from several different places from the earth. Short story manga is one of his favorite ways to express his unique world. This little booklet is a collection of his works from 2016 to 2019. Love story, black humor and surrealism are all mixed together to form this piece of manga.



LI TAO
Li Tao

Published by Tabula Rasa Books
Producer: Sammi Liu
Graphic Design: Yu Xiaodan


Li Tao’s solo exhibition entitled ‘Universe · Secondary’, an exhibition project co-initiated by Tabula Rasa Gallery and KWM artcenter opened on May 30, 2019 in the two spaces simultaneously. ‘Universe’ presented by Tabula Rasa exhibited until July 30 and ‘Secondary’ presented by KWM artcenter exhibited until June 29.  The two spaces will respectively exhibit Li Tao’s latest two series of large-scale installations, which demonstrate comprehensively Li Tao’s thought and exploration in material, shape and space.



A TIMELY JOURNEY
Tu Hongtao

Published by Long Museum
Producer: Sammi Liu
Graphic Design: Yu Xiaodan


A Timely Journey contains the latest scenery series of Tu Hongtao’s art work in recent 5 years, including a comic dialogue record with cartoonist anusman. Tu’s solo exhibition, A Timely Journey, curated by Barbara Pollack, was presented from November 10th to December 2nd at Long Museum.

THREE MINUTES
TO MIDNIGHT FLOWER THIEF

Xiao Hanqiu

Photograph By: Xiao Hanqiu
Graphic Design: Kiki


Three Minutes to Midnight Flower Thief is an essence of my self-create poems, words as well as some candid photos. It is always my aspiration to make them published. They are my rarest treasure, though some of them seem to be god-given. With a hidden title, this book is not supposed to be defined easily.
by Xiao Hanqiu


 NO APOLOGIES

Published by Tabula Rasa Books

In the streets of China during the last decade — and even for longer— there has been a silent proliferation of tags, throwups and pieces that slowly claimed many corners of the cities of this old-new nation. No Apologies documents the work of some of the best Chinese writers and compare it with the leading gures of this movement from abroad. It's time for China to claim back their share of the loot.

ART SU 4
Selections from Almost Art Project 2018 Exhibition

Editor-in-chief: Sammi Liu
Executive Editor: Liu Yuan
Editor: Yang Wei, Yu Xiaodan, Fang Xuan
Graphic Design: Yu Xiaodan


Almost Art Project (AAP) is the first art festival in China that specializes in showcasing the works of outsider artists (self-taught artists with no professional training). Art Su 4 was the accompanying catalogue for the 2018 AAP exhibition, which includes all works by participating artists and an essay by Sammi Liu.

ART SU 3
Selections from Almost Art Project Exhibition At 798 Art District, 2017

Editor-in-chief: Sammi Liu
Executive Editor: KK
Editor: Fan Xia, Liu Zhibang, Sun Mengyi, Yang Wei
Graphic Design: Sun Mengyi


Almost Art Project (AAP) is the first art festival in China that specializes in showcasing the works of outsider artists (self-taught artists with no professional training). Art Su 3 was the accompanying catalogue for the 2017 AAP exhibition at 798 Art District, which includes all works by participating artists and an essay by Han Yong.

ART SU 2
Selections from Almost Art Project Exhibition At 798 Art District, 2016

Published by Bananafish Books
Editor-in-chief: Sammi Liu
Executive Editor: KK
Editor: Liu Zhibang, Wang Ruopei, Zhao Lingxuan
Graphic Design: Sun Mengyi, Guan Wei


Almost Art Project (AAP) is the first art festival in China that specializes in showcasing the works of outsider artists (self-taught artists with no professional training). Art Su 2 was the accompanying catalogue for the 2016 AAP exhibition at 798 Art District, which includes all works by participating artists and three essays.


ART SU 
Selections from Almost Art Project Exhibition At Yangmeizhu Alley, 2015

Published by Festina Lente Publications
Publisher: Zhang Yuling
Editor: Sammi Liu, Zhang Jueyin, Xiao Hanqiu, Tim Crowley
Assistant Editor: Chen Yueqi, Wang Ruopei
Graphic Design: Wang Yunchong


Almost Art Project (AAP) is the first art festival in China that specializes in showcasing the works of outsider artists (self-taught artists with no professional training). Art Su was published on occasion of the inaugural AAP exhibition at Yangmeizhu Alley, Beijing in 2015, which includes a complete catalogue of works by all participating artists and three essays.

MA HAIJIAO 2012-2018
Ma Haijiao

Ma Haijiao (b.1990, Hebei province, China) studied from 2009 to 2016 at the China Academy of Art, where he gained a BA and then an MFA. He now lives and works in Beijing. His art practice has an enduring concern with the daily “routine” of life, and taking this as his starting point, he traces its logic to shape video narratives and other works.


HALF-WAY IN TO THE GARDEN
Yuan Yuan

Published by Bananafish-books
Co-presented By Tabula Rasa Gallery
Graphic Design: Guan Wei


Garden is human order imposed on plants. A garden’s joy and beauty lies both in its realism to nature and its artificiality. In Yuan Yuan’s world, a garden is an escape from the noisy and the ugly. Only in a garden can she experience the disappearance of time, a pre-condition for her freethinking and imagination. In a way Yuan Yuan has found her way to Epicurus’ garden, because she concentrates on nature, on her independence and on the importance for her to determine and reach her inner peace and balance. Yuan Yuan’s canvases feel soothing and unaffected, but on closer examination, you find an emotion balanced on the edge of dreamy romance and isolated melancholy. Perhaps this is why her paintings can have such a strong force with viewers and have a lasting conversation with them.

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