Bloody Pixy Liao: Reversing and Reframing the Roles of Gender and Nudity in Media

FeaturedYIJUN LIAO, "EXPERIMENTAL RELATIONSHIP," 2020. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Born and raised in Shanghai, Yijun "Bloody Pixy" Liao's work is now on display inside Antwerp's (BE) Stieglitz19 gallery. Bloody beautiful.

A Shanghai LGBTQ Raconteur: About GenderF*ck Androgynous Aesthetics

FeaturedPhotography by Irina Kovalchuk for Temper Magazine, 2019. All rights reserved

Far from the conventional urban Chinese background, increasing public curiosity stumbles across the highly individual views of Shanghai's vibrant LGBTQ community.

About Chinese Art, Censitive Politics And The Coming Out Of Creativity

FeaturedGraffiti writings spotted behind the Sino-Japanese Friendship Hospital on Heping Road, Beijing, 2011. Image vi Chinesense.com

Art and politics have always been intertwined; with politics being a quintessential source of inspiration for creative critique par excellence. There are eras in which the connection is more apparent than in others, yet in more recent years artists in China have been expressing their political opinions en masse.